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    Ordering Business to Do What Is in Their Advantage

    Valerie Jarrett and Jason Furman state that "companies have found for decades that fair workplace policies are a cost-effective way to recruit, retain, and motivate employees, including LGBT workers."

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    More Money Isn't the Answer to the VA's Many Problems

    The VA doesn't have a funding problem—it has a culture problem of poor management, inefficiency and no accountability.

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    Respect Your Dog's Olfactory Sensitivity

    Dogs are living creatures with very sensitive olfactory nerves. It is horrible for a dog to be covered with sweet-smelling shampoos so an owner can take a vacation with his very primitive nose.

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    U.S. Could Have Funded Medicare

    If the federal government had conservatively invested a newly retired couple's contributions, it would have in essence fully funded their expected Medicare expenses. But that's not how Washington works or thinks, is it?

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    Just Let the Paintings Speak for the Artist

    A great artist (or poet for that matter) never explains his works. Rather, he leaves the eye of the beholder to seek the meaning. We may all see a different view when "looking out" of the same window.

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    CORRECTION

    Russia's Czar Nicholas II was married to a granddaughter of Britain's Queen Victoria.

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    Hong Kong Administrators Should Stand Up for the People

    Hong Kong Administrators Should Stand Up for the People

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    The Poison of Protectionism

    It's necessary to step away from economic arguments to see the broader immorality of protectionism.

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