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Aging is the unavoidable journey

It’s May Day as I write this. It is a

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This spring, berries take the cake

  [cleeng_content id="935187188" description="Read it now!" price="0.15" t="article"] Strawberry-picking

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How to kill an economy

Sometimes a statistic seems obviously wrong and even absurd. It’s

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The U.N. has its own agenda and it’s not yours

Most people have never heard of a United Nations initiative

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Promises made, promises kept in 100 days

Last year, I made an ambitious promise to the people

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Audit: DHHR is a ‘train wreck’

A newspaper headline about the most recent study of the

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Countdown to Apple Blossom

Author’s note: This story, “Countdown to Apple Blossom” originally appeared

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Lawmakers: What they left in, what they left out

Some of the bills that didn’t pass at the 60-day

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On the Senate floor last week, I quoted John Adams’

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‘I struggle with guilt at finishing’

Please take a moment and appreciate your legs and your

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