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How often do voters show up at the polls on election day, stare at their ballot, sigh and say, “Are these really my only choices?” Then, they pick one and hope for the best.

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The average person can probably describe the benefits of a robust manufacturing industry in the United States: It creates good middle-class jobs, develops quality products and reduces supply chain delays and risks.

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Gregory Washington, the president of George Mason University, recently did what many leaders in academia are unwilling to do these days: He stood up to demands to bar a speaker whose positions many on his campus abhor.

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We have been close friends for 27 years. Our kids grew up together. As Marines, we served in the same artillery battalion. As military husbands and fathers, and as retired veterans with more than 47 years of active-duty service between us, we’ve shared similar experiences both on and off duty.


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When pollsters and politicos rank the likely candidates for the GOP nomination for president, it’s a long list. They range from former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to former U.N. Secretary Nikki Haley.

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The Prince William Board of County Supervisors has sought voter approval on two bond referendums that I can remember (2006 and 2019). The county conducts regular satisfaction surveys to gather residents’ opinions on various topics. Departments within the county government use online polls to…

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A police car screamed past me, followed by a second cruiser, red and blue lights flashing and siren wailing. Immediately, I thought, “There’s been another shooting.”

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There have been bazaars and markets as long as there have been people. No matter the time or the place – ancient Babylonia, 14th-century Tenochtitlan, Paris during the French Revolution, or any number of malls across the United States – if you want to know a people, go to where they shop.

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I remember the first year it aired. At the time, I didn’t know it was the show’s premiere, or that it was the start of a national holiday tradition. I was a little boy, and I just knew that I wanted to see it.

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