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    I, for one, applaud the Portland, Ore., City Council’s brave decision to divest from all corporate securities. It took real guts to explicitly commit to supporting the Trump administration by buying federal government debt

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    Lessons for the Next Supreme Court Nominee

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    Most Countries Handle Income Taxes Better

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