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VOICES- Communities have a right to say what they need. Why is it only a problem when certain communities speak up? As the 2020 campaign lurches to a start, get ready to hear a lot about “identity politics.” 

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TOO MUCH KNOWLEDGE A BAD THING?-To prepare themselves for future success in the American workforce, today's college students are increasingly choosing courses in business, biomedical science, engineering, computer science, and various health-related disciplines. 

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CAL BUZZ-We agree with Harvard Professor Theda Skocpol:  “The piling on about Joe Biden’s sometimes unwanted affectionate touches by political competitors and media outlets is shameful.” 

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GUEST WORDS--Jared Kushner’s father reportedly pledged $2.5 million to Harvard just as young Jared was applying. The young man gained admission, despite rather mediocre grades.

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WAR POLITICS--I spent last week at Angelo State University in remote central Texas as a panelist for the annual All-Volunteer Force (AVF) Forum. It was a strange forum in many ways, but nonetheless instructive.

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PACIFIC STANDARD PERSPECTIVE--Purdue Pharma, the company that makes OxyContin, has been taking some legal hits lately. Last week, the company settled a lawsuit with the state of Oklahoma for $270 million, the largest amount yet in a state opioid suit.

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