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I’m a Former VP at Cigna. Health Insurers Are No Friend to Racial Equity.

As a former health insurance executive who oversaw corporate communications, I know first-hand that these recent carefully crafted commitments to racial justice are designed to paper over a shameful truth.

Outagamie County Official: The GOP Needs To Step Up And Give Us a Pandemic Plan — Now
Outagamie Co. Exec. Demands GOP’s Pandemic Plan

Commentary from Tom Nelson on the benefits of public health policy.

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I’m a Republican. Everyone — Including My Party — Should Embrace Voting By Mail.

The time is now for the federal government and the states to secure adequate funds to prepare for a November election that doesn’t require the majority of voters to congregate at the polls on Election Day.

President Donald Trump speaks during a Cabinet Meeting in the East Room of the White House, Tuesday, May 19, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
It Didn’t Have To Be This Bad

Former congressman Joe Walsh voted for Trump in 2016, but he won't be voting for him again. He explains why.

#RunWithMaud
On Ahmaud Arbery’s Birthday, I Have A Challenge For White People Who Want To #RunWithMaud

A NC activist says people need to do more than talk after Ahmaud Arbery's shooting in Georgia. Here’s how to ‘make it count.'

From the Editor: Not Voting Often Is Wrong. Making Voting Dangerous Is Worse.

Patience and science have to take precedence over partisan concerns and a need to golf

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Coronavirus Is Trump’s Vietnam — And He’s Already Lost

There is an arc to wartime reporting, a professor once told me. And while it is not a science — no two wars are the same — there are certain components we can rely on.  The first dispatches tend to be positive. They are, more or less, generally trusting of our commanders in chief. “U.S....