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ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: A thumping in Virginia

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Glenn Youngkin’s victory in the Virginia Governor’s race last week is a political thunderclap that should warn Democrats about their ideological overreach. But it may be more important as a template for how Republicans can win back the suburbs after their alienation from the GOP during the Trump Presidency.

David Carlson: Don’t blame me for your contradictions

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Sometimes life offers a lesson in a mere few seconds of time, but a lesson that is worth pondering for months.

Morton Marcus: Climate changes everything

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You probably noticed the Earth, including Indiana, is experiencing climate change.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Information on Afghan debacle must be declassified so lessons can be learned

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Even as the Biden administration tries to close the book on U.S. misadventures in Afghanistan, it still has yet to open the books on embarrassing information that could expose how badly the 20-year stabilization effort was mismanaged.

OUR VIEW: Working together to create a ‘blessing’ in disguise

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Homelessness takes on many different forms.

John Krull: What a long, strange trip it’s been

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NEW YORK—The book sits on a crowded shelf in a small used bookstore on the Upper West Side.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Police deal leaves much latitude for use of force

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The (Fort Wayne) Journal Gazette

Michael Leppert: The power of making words matter

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Politico’s West Wing Playbook recently reported President Joe Biden has a “potty mouth.”

Leo Morris: A mayor redefines ‘citizen’

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Several years ago, I wrote an editorial about the effects of some policy or other on the citizens of Fort Wayne, and a copy editor gave me a hard time about it.