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Is Trump’s grip on the GOP weakening?

Rich Lowry Republican politicians can be forgiven for thinking that the GOP is Trump’s world and they only live in it at his sufferance. He not only survived Jan. 6 and his second impeachment — he has thrived since. Trump’s rallies are still remarkably well-attended, he is making progress in his project of killing the…

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Not Again

Susan Estrich I represented Fox News creator Roger Ailes five years ago. The New York Times called it “The Curious Case of Susan Estrich.” I didn’t consider it strange at all. I represented a friend of 30 years, who was being sued by a woman so virulently anti-Hillary Clinton in an election cycle that I had…

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Link between DVT and Varicose veinds uncertain

Dear Doctors: I inherited my motherís prominent varicose veins, and despite surgery, they are back. My sister recently told me our mother had deep vein thrombosis when she was older. She told me to be careful, and to watch for symptoms. Am I at risk because of my varicose veins? Dear Reader: Deep vein thrombosis,…

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Unemployed friend criticizes reader’s job

DEAR HARRIETTE: One of my best friends has been unemployed for almost a year, and is living off of unemployment checks. I casually complain to her about my job, and sheíll respond by saying that Iím not getting paid enough and she would never put herself in a position like mine. Iím annoyed because Iím…

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Couple not invited to wedding, excpeted to give gift

DEAR HARRIETTE: My wife and I recently received a note from good friends of ours stating that they are having an in-person wedding for their daughter, but because of COVID-19, we are not invited. They added that if we want to give a gift from the registry, here is the link. I thought that was…

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Warren Harding, a century ahead of his time

David Shribman Democratic Sen. Byron P. Harrison of Mississippi called the remarks “unfortunate in the extreme.” Sen. Thomas E. Watson of Georgia wondered why it was necessary for the speaker to travel to the South “to lecture their people.” Today’s historians regard the address as surprising. And even a cursory examination of the speech —…

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Media gone wild (Over Trump!)

Ann Coulter If you really, really miss Donald Trump, MSNBC may just be for you! Biden is cratering, fuel prices are skyrocketing (hey, anybody seen Greta Thunberg?), hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens are pouring across our border, and the murder rate keeps hitting historic highs. But the establishment media can’t stop talking about TRUMP.…

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Pink Is For Men, Too

Rachel LaBeane Breeze-Courier Writer October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. To honor survivors and raise awareness, many people and businesses put up the pink ribbon. When we see it, we all tend to think that the pink is for the brave girls and women who have conquered cancer. After all, women are the ones who…

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Girlfriend irritating partner more often

DEAR HARRIETTE: Is it normal to find yourself becoming increasingly irri- tated by your significant other? My girlfriend gets on my nerves more than usual these days. What could be the reason? Could this be a sign that we need to break up? — Always Annoyed DEAR ALWAYS ANNOYED: Whenever you notice that you are…

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Neurocognitive disorder more umbrella term than diagnosis

Dear Doctor: My mother passed away several years ago from a form of dementia called organic brain syndrome. Can you tell me what this is? I’d like to know what the symptoms are and if it’s hereditary. Is there any way of preventing it from happening to me? Dear Reader: Organic brain syndrome is an…

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