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From the column: "I crave justice. And prosecution would provide the catharsis for which many of us yearn. But at what cost?"
From the column: "President Joan Gabel and our faculty and staff have addressed recent challenges with urgency, determination, and new investment."
From the column: "The ambition for power, fueled by purposeful lying, will be the death of the United States as a moral force in the world."
From the column: "Everyone favors more broadband competition. ... But the idea that local governments should enter this marketplace with a taxpayer-subsidized network does not represent real competition, not even remotely."

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From the column: "Increasing costs don’t mean a death sentence for travel plans. In fact, hitting the road, sky, or sea cost-effectively will help combat climbing prices — so travelers get their island getaway while helping the economy recover here and abroad."
From the column: "Pictures of the Nazi carnage changed the narrative about the Nazis. We need to see what the weapons of war do to children and innocents."
"An 80 mph wind ripped through our farmstead near Larimore, North Dakota, toppling trees, some of which landed in inopportune places."
From the column: "None of this (military spending) seems to have made the world any safer — and, unlike the Webb telescope, it’s not very inspiring, either."
From the column: "Aside from the eventual scientific and economic spinoffs, simply better knowing our place in the universe cannot be measured in dollars."
From the column: "The dangers of nuclear accidents are more likely than the threat of a war. There have been numerous mishaps, accidents, technology failures, communication breakdowns, and near accidental launches of nuclear weapons."

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From the column: "Universal voting ... is hardly a new or radical idea. The system already is used in 26 democratic countries worldwide."
From the column: "Beyond the lack of clear, practical benefit, mandatory voting sits uneasily with American principles. The First Amendment protects not only freedom of speech but also freedom from compelled speech."
From the column: "I am sure seeing what I look like at 3:00 in the morning was horrifying for many of the poor officers."

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