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We'll sing; you breathe

By Connie Schultz Signs of our growing anxiety, as a country and as citizens, are everywhere, it seems. Physicians describe surging numbers of patients seeking help for anxiety and stress. Casual get-togethers, those brief...

Banning straws

By John Stossel Want to sip a refreshing beverage this summer? If environmental zealots and sycophants get their way, you won't be allowed to sip it through a plastic straw. Actress Nina Nelson and other celebrities made a video. . .

Letter to the Editor: Back page news

Back page news Editor's note: The Sun ran the same World in Brief articles on July 13 on the newspaper's national news page. The Daily Press does not typically publish national or world news briefs from the Associated Press,...

Trump calls off Cold War II

By Pat Buchanan Beginning his joint press conference with Vladimir Putin, President Trump declared that U.S. relations with Russia have "never been worse." He then added pointedly, that just changed "about four hours ago." It. . .

Opposing Supreme Court nominee XX

By Gary Exelby Reactions of some people to the president's Supreme Court nominee have been a great source of amusement to me. Before the July 9 announcement of the name, that is. The fulminations against the then-unnamed nominee...

Letter to the Editor: Parents separated from children

Parents separated from children Dear Editor, This my second letter concerning the current illegal immigrant parents being separated from their children. The Trump administration continues to keep illegal alien parents separate...

They say the most awful things

By Steve Gillespie Have you seen the posters distributed with the president's picture on them, stating that he is wanted for treasonous activities against the United States? They include allegations that he is betraying the. . .