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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

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Quad-City Times

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The Holland Sentinel

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Foster's Daily Democrat

Position: Dover, New Hampshire

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The Daily Freeman

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The Daily Tribune

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The Star

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The Sun Journal

Position: Lewiston, Maine

The Commercial Appeal

Position: Memphis, Tenn.

The Nashua Telegraph

Position: Nashua, N.H.

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

Sound research should precede oil-shale leases

Contrary to the hard line position being put forth in a joint resolution by Garfield County commissioners and several other counties in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming, we believe the current BLM review...

DATE: April 28, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

Is it any wonder politics disgusts people?

If you’ve ever wondered why politics leaves a bad taste in the mouths of many people, all you have to do is look at the current campaign for president. To be fair, this campaign isn’t a whole lot...

DATE: April 19, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

They can’t win, but they won’t buy in

Strictly by the numbers, news that one of the Republican challengers to front-runner Mitt Romney exited the race Tuesday should have come as a surprise to no one.There is Texas Rep. Ron Paul, the...

DATE: April 19, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

Just in case you didn’t understand ‘tornado!’

Weather warnings? Just give it to us straightMark Twain is credited with a memorable observation: “Everyone talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.” That may be true. But...

DATE: April 12, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

Educational success in other nations

We’ve all heard the comparisons between U.S. public education and that of other industrialized countries. And we don’t rank well in those comparisons. Too often, policymakers respond with outrage...

DATE: March 31, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

We should know who is buying our elections

Got an extra $52 million in your petty cash slush fund? Want to buy an election? Well, you can and no one would be any the wiser unless Congress passes the badly needed DISCLOSE Act.If passed, the...

DATE: March 8, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

C-minus for Congress looks like grade inflation

Congress recently received an overall grade of C-minus from 40 top academic experts who make it a habit to study that legislative body.In the old days a C was considered average, so a C-minus would...

DATE: Feb. 18, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

The right of free tweets

Twitter’s decision to start censoring tweets at the request of repressive governments represents a regrettable retreat from the free-flowing ethos that has made it such an essential social...

DATE: Feb. 4, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

Super PACS obstruct campaign responsibility

It’s a strange state of affairs when a political candidate cannot control the campaigning that is done on his behalf and he is barred by law from directly trying to assert control.The ads that have...

DATE: Jan. 28, 2012 | COLUMN: Others Say

That’s where the money is

As Congress returns to Washington after the holiday break its members must pick up where they left off by extending the Social Security tax cut and providing unemployment payments to the long-term...

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

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