Daily Archive : Wednesday September 2, 2015

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    Politicians providing fiction, not fact on Longmeadow

    Guest columnist Laura Brehmer: The Longmeadow highway and bridge project would slice through quiet neighborhoods, near elementary and middle schools. It would split subdivisions where children play and cross Longmeadow in route to school.

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    The emerging, sorry truths about our history with ISIS

    Columnist Georgie Anne Geyer: There is more information revealing that many in our military and diplomatic corps actually did know of the brutal and dangerous revolutionary sect that was forming inside Syria.

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    The GOP’s Trump dilemma: How to overcome futility

    Columnist Michael Gerson: The pertinent question is not: Can the Trump movement win? Rather: Can any political coalition that includes and accommodates the Trump movement win?

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    Remembering a towering figure in Maryland politics

    Columnist Richard Cohen: Although he certainly did not look the part, Marvin Mandel thought of himself as a latter-day Duke of Windsor.

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    Budget impasse brutal to service providers
    A Lake County letter to the editor: As we begin the third month of a budget impasse in Springfield, United Way of Lake County would like to call our state leaders’ attention to the very real disruption the delays are having on citizens in need of services and the agencies that deliver those services.

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    Climate dividend will pay off
    A Grayslake letter to the editor: Gordon Szymanski’s August 29 letter used uninformed claims to reject the national carbon fee and dividend policy advocated in earlier letters by Deni Matthews.

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    The Clintons’ ties to uranium makers
    A Woodstock letter to the editor: What’s a legacy? Political leaders are said to be concerned with their legacies, the historically significant achievements of their tenure in office.

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    Reporter’s murder a vicious hate crime
    A Wheaton letter to the editor: The murder on live TV in Virginia of reporter Allison Parker, a white woman, and cameraman Adam Ward, a white male, by Vester Flanagan, a black man, was a vicious hate crime.

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    Many people have lied about WMD
    A Lake in the Hills letter to the editor: On July 24, Martha of Arlington Heights stated that Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld all lied about the WMD prior to Bush being in office. She omitted 1. Sandy Berger, February 1998; 2. Carl Levin, Tom Daschle, John Kerry, October, 1998;

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    Today’s Opinion Page editorial cartoon
    Today's Daily Herald Opinion page cartoon.

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