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Letters to the Editor: We panic-bought guns. Homicides are now up. Coincidence?

If you're choosing not to be vaccinated, you're part of the problem

Editorial: It's time to get tough on COVID vaccine evaders

Column: Biden violates his oath of office and pro-Constitution allies don't care

Column: What would Jesus do? He'd get vaccinated, that's what

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Op-Ed: Hong Kong is the front line of a new cold war. If it burns, the world gets burned too

"A lot of nut jobs have peddled lies to Americans before, and even styled themselves as messianic," writes @page88 . "But at no time in history have so many Americans been drawn to what’s looking increasingly like a cult. I don’t use the term recklessly."

Under other circumstances, being homebound in Italy might not seem a bad thing, writes @DavidC Unger in an opinion piece for @latimes  . Unger teaches American foreign policy at Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe and authored "The Emergency State. "

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Editorial: Republicans can support democracy or Trump. There's no middle ground

You can take some comfort in the fact that the sacrifices we’re making under quarantine, if they stayed in place for the rest of year, would likely be sufficient to put us on track to save the planet, writes @MatteFleischer . But don't be too comforted.

It has come to this even though Italy moved early and aggressively against the coronavirus threat with what it thought were strict measures of containment, @DavidCUnger  writes.

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