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Opinion | Massacre at the Israel Music Festival

In a world where might determines right, the innocent aren’t spared. Source link

Opinion | On Marriage, an Economist Bravely States the Obvious

Melissa Kearney worried about being pigeonholed as she wrote ‘The Two-Parent Privilege.’ Source link

Opinion | ‘Happy Days’ Is Here Again

As strange as it seems, my son is obsessed with the Fonz. Source link

Opinion | ProPublica Buries Its Clarence Thomas News

The outlet’s latest hit piece unwittingly debunks its own political narrative about the Supreme Court justice. Source link

Opinion | America in the Age of ‘Retcon’

Rewriting the past to suit the fashions of the present is harmless in fiction but a danger in real life. Source link

Opinion | Jimmy Buffett Didn’t Need a Music Degree

Mississippi taxpayers shouldn’t subsidize useless majors. Source link

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