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The Daily 202: Only one New England Republican remains in Congress – and she could lose or retire in 2020

Two moments on Thursday underscored why the left is more determined than ever to replace Collins in 2020: First, she announced that she will not ... know your bias. pic.twitter.com/2KJuiPsUR2 — Alexan... read more

Letters to the Editor: ‘Dangerous thought-police’

If he had understood what I had written (‘The burka’s place in Britain’, 27 September), he could not have made such a ... the Freedom of Information Act 2000” is therefore doubly ironic. To quote his ... read more

Waiting for the Epiphany: Sexual Harassment in the Emergency Services

Change is hard, harder when your culture is highly fraternal and insular. Change threatens established orders—not only how ... s paid vacation in September before retiring with full honors and benefit... read more

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Lincoln’s Letter to the Editor

Titled “The Prayer for Twenty Millions,” the letter demanded that Lincoln immediately move to end slavery, not only in the Confederacy ... s open letter in a remarkable way: he wrote a letter to the e... read more


Matt Light adds disappointment in former teammates’ reaction to being ashamed over Patriots’ protests

Former Pats offensive lineman Damien Woody, an ESPN analyst and former teammate of Light’s, took to Twitter Monday following Light’s comments, saying, “So basically Matt Light was like I don’t give a ... read more

The utopian, careless world of “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”

In other words, Lara Jean is not your stereotypically demure, robotic Asian-American girl. When Lara Jean’s letters get mysteriously ... Duk Dong is an offensive character, Lara Jean bluntly answers i... read more

Giants visit Texans teetering on the edge of irrelevance

Until the offensive line gets its act together, exploiting Beckham and Barkley ... Sprinkling in a win or two would not hurt the process. “I think you learn about your team as you go through the seaso... read more

The Double-Edged Sword Of Social Media

Sending a letter to the editor is a private person reaching out to communicate in a public venue. But that private person reaching out to communicate with personal friends is not ... act of indiscreti... read more

Spurred on by the generals, the government now admit they’re considering an amnesty

I have seen a copy of that letter. Nevertheless, the Historical Enquiries Team, set up in September 2005 by ... That should be statutory, not administrative, and could take the form of a statute of li... read more

The complex, essential matter of free speech in a democracy

When asked why he was protesting ... or other matters of opinion or force citizens to confess by word or act their faith therein.” Limits on free speech Not all speech is deemed worthy of protection. ... read more

Why Nike did the right thing with Colin Kaepernick

You know Kaepernick, the lightning rod who started a national movement and fervent debate by first sitting and then kneeling during the national anthem ... they will ever get the other to agree. Which ... read more

Dear Simon Schama, you need a history lesson on Zionism

I’ve just read your letter to The Times this week about Zionism and antisemitism ... Saying Gaza is a “concentration camp” should not be as offensive as the health crisis facing 1.8 million Palestinia... read more



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