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I believe the strategy outlined by the president — bombing in Iraq and Syria, supporting Kurdish and Iraqi partners on the ground, and recruiting, vetting and arming moderate Syrian rebels — falls short in several key respects.
If Scotland votes to leave the United Kingdom on Thursday, one cause will be the disguised English nationalism of unionists who try to argue, at the same time, to keep the United Kingdom together and break the European Union apart.
What is it about roundabouts that cause so many to get into a tizzy?
On Saturday, Sean McGlynn, former deputy city manager of El Paso, Texas, became the new city manager of Santa Rosa.
Quick takes on the news from The Press Democrat’s editorial writers.
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