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Rich Manieri

Supreme Court controversy is a bipartisan effort

“You don’t like a particular policy or a particular president? Then argue for your position. Go out there and win an election.”
Sounds like something President Donald Trump would say — unhelpful, divisive, perhaps even incendiary. Typical Trump, really.
But Trump didn’t say it. It was President Barack Obama in 2013, during a debate about the debt ceiling. In 2010, during the health care summit, Obama reminded Republican Sen. John McCain, that “the election’s over.”

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Steve Gardes

Capitalism and religion

Of all the economic systems that have developed over the last two centuries, none has created so much wealth as Capitalism. With that wealth has come the lengthening of the life span, the increased possibility of eliminating poverty and famine, and the expansion of the range of human choices. However, despite all the significant benefits of Capitalism, it has been a system that has been greatly misunderstood and frowned upon by many economists, political and religious leaders because it was deemed too materialistic and corrupt.

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Joe Guzzardi

Juan Williams: Black jobs don’t matter

With less than two months until Election Day 2020, more and more news stories are focused on the pivotal African-American vote.
In a New York Times op-ed written by Fox News contributor Juan Williams, the author boldly wrote that “the black vote now defines American politics.” Williams’ commentary went on to provide a long list of reasons that Black Americans should support challenger Joe Biden over incumbent President Donald Trump.


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