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Editorials

From the editorial: "Those who step up, in spite of that risk of great personal sacrifice, deserve our unfettered gratitude for our freedoms and our liberties."
From the editorial: "If you have the credentials and the willingness to give back, your community needs you. ... Not for any special interest or political party and not for fame or fortune. Rather, running, especially for all-important local offices, is a pledge to do what you can for the place you call home."
From the editorial: "A fear (is being) kindled by something called 'replacement theory.' The idea is that a shadowy global cabal, often associated with Jews, is systemically replacing white people with darker-skinned peoples."
From the editorial: "The U.S. Supreme Court and Congress might be only a few steps away from prompting similar defiance by states that refuse to recognize federal supremacy regarding abortion rights."

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From the editorial: "It was yet another massacre fueled by a formerly fringe belief that has found a mainstream foothold thanks to irresponsible pundits and political opportunists."
From the Editorial: "We will spare a moment to say our last goodbyes to a few myths propagated by progressives in the ongoing rhetorical gunfight over how to keep New York City safe."
These events are perfect fodder for Republicans in the midterm elections in the fall and the Big Enchilada in 2024.
Ukraine's resistance has been remarkably brave and skillful.
From the editorial: "The moratorium subsidizes high earners and the well-educated at the expense of lower-income, non-college-going Americans."
From the editorial: "Avian flu typically peaks in the spring as waterfowl migrate north, so those numbers could grow dramatically in the next six weeks."

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From the editorial: "With widespread participation, (cleanup events) promise to keep our community spruced up and looking nice and full of pride."
From the editorial: "The next major milestone for the Armory’s rebirth is expected this session of the Minnesota Legislature via a $7.5 million allocation in the bonding bill."
From the editorial: "There’s fear that Minnesotans continue to flirt with death by attempting to make do or get by on their own — though they no longer need to."

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