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The Orlando Sentinel on why it won't endorse Donald Trump for president in 2020:

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If the United States aims to be a tolerant, pluralistic country that treats all its citizens with respect, the Supreme Court shouldn't be giving its blessing to the display of one faith's sacred symbols on property that belongs to the public. But that's what seven justices did Thursday when …

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The Cullman Times on Roy Moore’s future in Alabama politics:

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Oberlin College has an admirable liberal past and a contemptible progressive present that will devalue its degrees far into the future. This is condign punishment for the college’s mendacity about helping to incite a mob mentality and collective bullying in response to “racist” behavior that…

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Seventeen years after the George W. Bush administration began to imprison suspected terrorists at a U.S. base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and 10 years after then-President Barack Obama announced his intention to close the facility, 40 men remain incarcerated at Guantanamo facing the prospect of…

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The Wall Street Journal on Democratic state Attorneys General suing to block T-Mobile's merger with Sprint:

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The Cullman Times on addressing sexual abuse in the church at the Southern Baptist Convention:

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Hugh F. Culverhouse Jr.’s $26.5 million donation to the University of Alabama’s law school was the largest in the institution’s history, and the university thanked him by renaming the law school in Culverhouse’s honor.

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