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COMMENTARY

The COMMENTARY tag applies to opinion page commentary columns.

"As a student, you do not surrender your First Amendment rights when attending a school-sponsored event. Your right to free exercise, including prayer, remains true at graduation. At the same time, no student should ever feel coerced into prayer — or any religious activity — by their school."
Freedom Forum First Amendment specialist Kevin Goldberg breaks down why two key religious freedom cases before the Supreme Court this term matter to you — and predicts how the court will rule.
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Platooning less, the left-handed-hitting outfielder is hitting .300 against lefties this spring
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After leading by as many as 26 points in the first half and as many as 25 points in the second half, the Timberwolves proved they aren’t ready for success in a crushing 104-95 loss.

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... 'why not let the organizers at U.S. Soccer put their finger on the scales and create early-round matchups that pit the Davids against the Goliaths?'
While many view the FOIA as a federal law for journalists to use in their role as watchdogs of government activity, access to records provides an ongoing benefit to all of us.
As we navigate the epidemic burnout and moral injury, particularly among physicians and health care professionals, let us remember and prioritize a few key principles of self-care.
Many discussions about cancel culture devolve into arguments over whether or not a particular person was really canceled — which sidesteps questions of whether, and under what circumstances, cancellation is right or wrong. Cancel culture can be hostile to free speech — but it also is free speech.
"In our divided society, we must recover a shared vision of religious freedom. ... it requires practicing our civic duty to guard that right for others, including those with whom we deeply disagree."
"While few newspapers seek participation and input from residents, this opportunity in Duluth to give back to your community and to support the local newspaper remains invaluable."

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"We wouldn’t publish a letter saying climate change isn’t real, for example, as such a statement is inaccurate. We will, however, publish — and we do routinely — letters with which we disagree, even strongly disagree."
Cinco de Mayo is coming up this week, a day that, as a working journalist, will always remind me how important it is to carefully check my facts.

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