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Saturday, December 5, 2020

A real border skirmish

We can’t start our day without a stop at Andy Borowitz’s always entertaining site. His hypothetical post today on a “border skirmish” between Fox’s Geraldo Rivera and CNN’s Anderson Cooper sent coffee flying all over our keyboard.
Reports Borowitz:

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Our military men and women deserve better from us

It doesn’t matter whether you agree with war or not or how you stand on the current conflict in Iraq. The way this nation treats the young men and women who put their lives on the line is disgraceful. It has reached the point where a Marine Gen.spoke out about it recently.

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Losing both sons to war

By BETSY BLANEY

Less than two years ago, Roy Velez got the worst news a father could get: His oldest son was dead, killed during combat in Iraq.

This week, his pain only deepened with news that his youngest son had died in Afghanistan.

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Scapegoats ‘r Us

By REG HENRY

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

For the common toilers of journalism like myself, the newspaper game is not the most lucrative in the world. That is why I have opened a business to supplement my wages.

For the common toilers of journalism like myself, the newspaper game is not the most lucrative in the world. That is why I have opened a business to supplement my wages.

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More immigration flip-flops

By JOSE DE LA ISLA
Hispanic Link News Service

Wasn’t "flip-flop" a charge made by Republicans against Democrats in 2000? Along those lines, a key political fight is developing in Texas around the so-called "sanctuary" controversy.

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An unusually important midterm election

By JOHN E. MULLIGAN
The Providence Journal

November’s midterm congressional elections hold implications for the final chapter of the Bush administration, for the ideological makeup of the judicial branch of government and for such crucial policy issues as the war in Iraq.

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Facing the AIDs catastrophe

By JOSIAH D. RICH

Last weekend’s Group of 8 meeting in St. Petersburg offered an unprecedented opportunity to focus the most powerful nations on the AIDS catastrophe rapidly unfolding in Eastern Europe and Asia, including Russia.

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