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Thomas Sowell – Desperate Tactics

Thomas Sowell

It is desperation time for the Republican party establishment. Its extremely well financed favorite — Jeb Bush — never got anywhere with the voters in the primaries, and has already been forced out of the contest.

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Editorial: A nearer horizon

340 days. 144 million miles traveled in orbit. 5,440 times circling the Earth. The most well-earned frequent flyer miles in the history of humankind.

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Regarding climate change

To the Editor: It is astonishing that Marje Saiter [“Letters to the Editor,” West Newsmagazine, Feb. 24] makes it sound that “global warming” is a convoluted conspiracy that would include lies from Al Gore and data manipulation by three government agencies including NASA.

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The Constitution and the Court

To the Editor: Since his demise there are those who assert that the late Justice Scalia embraced a view that the Constitution is a “living document.”

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A night to remember

To the Editor: I just wanted to give a heartfelt shout-out to the four Missouri State Highway Patrol officers who provided security services for the Night to Shine event on Feb. 12 in St. Louis.

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Thomas Sowell – Last Chance for America?

Thomas Sowell

The "Super Tuesday" primaries may be a turning point for America — and quite possibly a turn for the worse. After seven long years of domestic disasters and increasing international dangers, the next President of the United States will need extraordinary wisdom, maturity, depth of knowledge and personal character to rescue America.

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Thomas Sowell – Paranoid Politics

Thomas Sowell

Amid all the media analyses of the prospects of each of the candidates in both political parties, there is remarkably little discussion of the validity — or lack of validity — of the arguments these candidates are using.

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