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Dan Schinhofen: It might be time to ‘Suck it up Buttercup’

When I was in elementary school and someone called me a name or “bullied me” I would run home to tell my mom. She would get down on one knee and take my right hand in hers, and with her other hand stroke my cheek. Then she’d look me in the eye and say lovingly, “Sticks and stones may break your bones, but names can never hurt you.”

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Thomas Knapp: Afghanistan, Oh, when will we ever learn?

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Ray Hagar: Harry Reid, Robert List recall danger of battling mobsters

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Dan Schinhofen: Why a delay if there’s a ‘clear and present danger’

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Tim Burke: Lack of progress is angering voters in the country

Unorthodox, narcissistic, vulgar, unconventional, and most certainly polarizing, are terms that have been used to describe President Donald Trump.

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