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Steve Huntley is a former editorial page editor and metropolitan editor of the Chicago Sun-Times.

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Violence in Kenosha could be turning point in presidential election

Lawless barbarity is tearing apart cities across the nation.

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When campaign gets beyond personalities, issues might trip up Biden

Surely at some point, someone in Biden’s campaign will note the contrast of the Democrat holed up in his basement while Trump is out on the campaign trail.

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Ugly times in America bring out the most vicious stabs at ‘humor’

Great entertainers probed the human condition and found enriching humor, not venom to torture other human beings.

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Roger Ailes saw liberal bias that mainstream media won’t admit

The high and mighty in the mainstream media can see bias, slant and point of view in Fox News coverage but not in their own work.

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Cut off American aid to Palestinian Authority

<p>It is time to stop throwing good money after bad. That would be the $400 million American taxpayers send each year to the corrupt Palestinian

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No denying a cancer within a religion of peace

<p>The vast majority of Muslims in Western countries are law-abiding, peace-loving, constructive citizens. Barack Obama, George W. Bush and others

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Call it what it is: Radical Islamism

<p>After the Benghazi attack, I quoted George W. Bush saying that our security forces have to be right 100 percent of the time while the terrorists

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U.S. would be better with Romney as president

<p>He’s back! Well, at least he’s talking like maybe he’s back. Mitt Romney threw the Republican 2016 presidential race into a frenzy of joy

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Obama speech ignores reality

<p>State of the Union messages are rarely memorable. President Barack Obama’s latest one was noteworthy only in its disregard of the political

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Obama needs Congress to seal a deal with Iran

<p>The White House hasn’t tried to hide how pleased it’s been with President Barack Obama going it alone and issuing several executive actions