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Something for Both Sides to Celebrate

The mid-term elections provided a rare occasion for conservatives and liberals, Republicans and Democrats, to look at the same events and feel a shared sense of satisfaction and encouragement. Republicans feel good about expanding their...

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Stress Blessing, Not Blame

It’s a shame that politicians on both sides tried to blame their opponents for the horrific synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh. Liberals attempted to tie the gruesome killing to the president’s harsh language; some Republicans...

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“The Kingdom of Kindness”

I first learned about the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting hours after it happened, when I walked to my own synagogue’s Shabbat services near Seattle. Like other Sabbath observers, I was isolated from the news until I saw a good...

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Vote for Collaboration Over Confrontation

Americans of every perspective say they’re disgusted by the polarization, pettiness and unbridled anger that have come to characterize our politics. The great majority of us say we want more cooperation and civility, but...

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A Land of Miracles

My kid brother Harry recently unearthed an old photograph showing me as a baby, held proudly by my great-grandfather, Samuel Idstein. He was close to 90 at the time, having left Germany with his family just before World War II. Neither he...

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Beto’s Blunder

Congressman Beto O’Rourke has broken fund-raising records in his challenge to Texas Senator Ted Cruz, but on a CNN townhall this new liberal “Wonder Boy” made comments that should doom his $60 million campaign and...

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Losing Her Million Dollar Bet

Senator Elizabeth Warren wants to affirm her Native American identity and to collect a million dollars in the process: President Trump in a rally promised to pay that much if DNA tests could “prove she’s an Indian.” Now she cites...

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Different Views of “Community Service”

You might expect Senate candidates to disagree on policies, but in today’s polarized politics they often differ on fundamental values as well. In the Voters’ Pamphlet in Washington State, candidates list their “Community Service”...

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No, The Gold Rush Wasn’t Racist

At Cal State Long Beach, a handsome statue known as “Prospector Pete” will be moved and sports teams will drop the the 49ers mascot because Gold Rush references now count as racist. One Native American activist said that “walking by...

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