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    But this time you are not hearing expressions of outrage from President Joe Biden or the Democratic Party leaders. That’s because this year’s manipulative pro-Trumper ads are being paid for by — not Russia, not Trump — the Democratic Party, columnist Martin Schram says. 

      Most people think the government is something other people do. It’s not personal to most Americans — therefore they have no heartfelt participation in it. And yet, as a nation, we are terribly vulnerable to the forces of division and authoritarians, columnist Debilyn Molineaux says. 

        Teachers should be free to teach. Under the direction of local school leaders, educators need space to cultivate the intellectual and moral growth of their students without the heavy hand of a distant, self-serving education establishment, columnist Daniel B. Coupland says. 

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        The term stagflation — first coined during the economic doldrums of the 1970s — refers to the combination of stagnant economic growth and inflation, both of which are afflicting the American economy today, columnist E. J. Antoni says. 

        The United States holds the greatest responsibility for climate change as it has produced more carbon emissions than any other country in history. As a wealthy, liberal country with significant global influence, it is also better positioned than any other to act. If we’re looking for anyone to lead this effort to save the world, it should be us, columnist Elizabeth Shackelford says. 

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