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Kathleen Parker: Sensitive ears on campuses
Protections against unpleasant thoughts can only be arranged by managing unpleasant speech.
Greg Peck: How bad has spring allergy season been?
My spring allergies are subsiding, though tree pollen continues to fly as a new report ties the threat of allergies and asthma to climate change.
Peter Funt: Boston bomber’s sentence punishes us all
The death sentence for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will remind the world that America is not entirely the home of exceptionalism as many politicians suggest.
John W. Eyster: Discover Democracy at Milton High School event
John W. Eyster: Discover Democracy at Milton High School event
The Discovering Democracy research fair offers a special opportunity for the Milton community to learn more about significant public policy issues, community columnist John W. Eyster writes.
Michael Gerson: War lessons for the GOP
Michael Gerson: War lessons for the GOP
A Republican presidential nominee will need to show that he or she has learned lessons from America's experience in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Steven Walters: GOP conservatives flex new muscles in state Senate
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald is smiling more than ever this session because November elections added more conservatives to the Senate.
Matt Pommer: Committee slows Walker on Family Care
The number of people being served may not explain Family Care's importance. Each person has family members who prefer independent living to nursing homes.
Jason Stanford: The governor in the tinfoil hat
Greg Abbott either does not trust the U.S. military and the commander-in-chief to respect the sovereignty of Texas, or he’s pandering to his paranoid base.
Esther Cepeda: The power of being multilingual
Eventually, Hispanics will all speak English just as well as the Irish, Italian and German immigrants before them.
Kathleen Parker: Jeb Bush’s unfortunate honesty
It must be brutal to be the brother of the man who led the charge into Iraq and, as a presidential hopeful, to be asked to either defend or condemn his actions.

Opinion Matters

Greg Peck: Which states make up Midwest?
Greg Peck: We're covering our ash (again)
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Greg Peck: How bad has spring allergy season been?
Greg Peck: Enjoying great group of longtime co-workers

We the People

John W. Eyster: Discover Democracy at Milton event
John W. Eyster: What if Abraham Lincoln had lived?