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Michael Strain: Planned tax on university endowment earnings bad

Michael Strain: Planned tax on university endowment earnings bad

The late Daniel Patrick Moynihan's prescription for building a world class city? "Build a great university, and wait 200 years." New York's Democratic senator understood that fruit grows when a few square blocks are seeded with producers and consumers of knowledge, intensely focused on those activities.

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Gary Abernathy: Big Media sees reality in ‘Trump Country’ visit

Gary Abernathy: Big Media sees reality in ‘Trump Country’ visit

HILLSBORO, Ohio -- A year ago, the Times-Gazette was one of just a handful of newspapers around the nation to endorse Donald Trump for president. Seldom has a 58-word statement in a small rural publication garnered such attention, shining a national and even international spotlight on a newspaper and a community.

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Letters to the editor, November 16

Letters to the editor, November 16

President Trump claims that tax cuts for big corporations will increase the incomes of middle-class Americans by $4,000 to $9,000 per year.

Walter E. Williams: Liberals use blacks as stalking horses

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Walter E. Williams

When hunting was the major source of food, hunters often used stalking horses as a means of sneaking up on their prey. They would synchronize their steps on the side of the horse away from their prey until they were close enough for a good shot.

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Letters to the editor, November 15

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It might be fun attending a Mad Tea Party while breathing polluted air watching Trump and his singing and dancing puppets entertain us.

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Don’t rush to regulate social media

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It's clear that the government of Russia used the openness of social media giants Facebook and Twitter, as well as search engine behemoth Google, to engage in shenanigans that it hoped might influence the results of the 2016 presidential election.