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The Republican

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Boston Globe

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St. Cloud Times

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The Iola Register

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The Columbus Dispatch

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The Chronicle

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The Eagle, Bryan-College Station, Texas

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The Daily News

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The News-Press

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Watertown S.D.

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The Telegraph

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The Journal Star

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The Albany Herald

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The Rutland Herald

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San Francisco Chronicle

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Indianapolis Star

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The Denver Post

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Waco Tribune-Herald

Position: Waco, TX

Quad-City Times

Position: Davenport, Iowa

The Holland Sentinel

Position: Holland, MI

Foster's Daily Democrat

Position: Dover, New Hampshire

The Avalanche-Journal

Position: Lubbock, TX

The Daily Freeman

Position: Kingston, TX

The Daily Tribune

Position: Columbia, MO.

The Star

Position: Aniston, Ala.

The Sun Journal

Position: Lewiston, Maine

The Commercial Appeal

Position: Memphis, Tenn.

The Nashua Telegraph

Position: Nashua, N.H.

A democracy free of facts

In the heat of battle this presidential election year, accusations are flying from both campaigns of lies, half-truths and contradictions. Yet, the candidates no longer show contrition when a...

DATE: Sept. 6, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

Scare tactics won’t resolve big issues

As a nation we need to have a sober discussion — Gov. Mitch Daniels calls it an “adult conversation” — about the future of Medicare and Social Security.In theory, this would be the perfect time for...

DATE: Aug. 30, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

Economics 101

There has been a lot of talk about how this summer’s drought might affect food prices. Much of the talk centers on corn, which is far more ubiquitous than many people realize, a component of many...

DATE: Aug. 21, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

‘Ulcer Gulch’

Just when you think you’ve seen it all from our lawmakers in Washington, something like this comes along and you realize the situation is even worse than you thought.On Aug. 2, 2011, our federal...

DATE: Aug. 13, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

Solve jobs problem before arguing over the credit

If you were to chart jobless numbers over the past three years, it would be flat-lining right now at a low point. Some 12.7 million Americans are looking for work, and in June only 80,000 landed...

DATE: July 14, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

Climate change should not be a political issue

While Americans are attempting to fully comprehend the U.S. Supreme Court’s hugely controversial ruling on President Obama’s health care program, another issue is begging for attention. Famed...

DATE: July 10, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

Job well done!

Editor:Pouty little whisps of smoke rise from the dying fires ... they could not consume all they wanted and have laid down in submission to the skills and determination of courageous men and...

DATE: July 7, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

For a day, Congress gets its act together

So they can get something done, after all.In the wake of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision on the constitutionality of the hotly contested health care bill, Congress put aside its differences...

DATE: July 7, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

The writing on the wall about health care reform

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to release its decision sometime this month on the constitutionality of some or all of the Obama administration’s health care reform plan that was rushed through...

DATE: June 15, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

The high cost of partisan destruction

Before the two major parties undertake another campaign in which the emphasis will be on winning by destroying the credibility of the opponent, they should take a close look at the collateral...

DATE: May 23, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

Wide, bitter rifts show no signs of ebbing

A couple of years ago we lightly suggested that, if we can’t live together, the Red and Blue states should just form separate nations and be done with it. We facetiously suggested how the new map...

DATE: May 15, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

End bipartisan bickering over student loan rates

The two major political parties in Washington are playing their favorite game of gridlock again, this time bickering over student loans for college.Specifically at stake is whether to let the...

DATE: May 5, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

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