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Michael Gerson: Trump’s authenticity is a lie
Trump’s intentional push against boundaries of taste is really the search for a darting spotlight, like a TV show that has gone on for a season too long.
Greg Peck: Were Super Bowl game, commercials really super?
I was underwhelmed by much of the whole Super Bowl 50 TV viewing experience Sunday, both the game and the commercials.
Steven Walters: Sen. Fitzgerald pushing to block county executives from Legislature
Winnebago County Executive Mark Harris, a Democrat running for the 18th District seat open because of a Republican retirement, said Fitzgerald's bill targets one person—him.
Kathleen Parker: Hillary's golden tongue
Hillary Clinton's past speeches on Wall Street, and recent requests for her to make the transcripts public, have stirred controversy.
Peter Funt: What about Bernie Sanders?
Donald Trump's supporters should join Democrats and independents in reassessing the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Esther Cepeda: Latino duo will broadcast the Super Bowl with inimitable flair
A profile of the headline-making duo who do the Spanish-language play-by-play for the Super Bowl-bound Carolina Panthers.
Pro: Woodrow Wilson’s covered-up illness makes strong case for releasing records
A candidate’s physical and mental fitness to survive the pressure cooker of the presidency in this era of global turmoil should be a pressing concern of American voters.
Michael Gerson: Rubio, Cruz offer a contrast in leadership
Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are social and economic conservatives. ... But they represent two entirely different approaches to the gathering and use of power.
Con: Fitness for office shouldn’t necessarily be judged by age or accumulated health problems
Medical advances and healthier living are pushing out the boundaries not only of life expectancy but also of the ability of people to remain more vital and active far longer.
Charles Krauthammer: The 'establishment' issue is nonsense
The threat to the GOP posed by the Trump insurgency is not that he's anti-establishment. It's that he's not conservative.

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