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Robert Weissberg is a retired professor (emeritus) of political science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He writes from New York.
Far too many adults are happy to allow children to escape into their cell phones and avoid interacting with the real world and developing as people.
So called Hillbillies seem to be completely immune to today's race-based political discourse. This terrifies America's cultural and political elites.
Biden's solution to economic woes and an unqualified work force is typical of a government careerist who never ran a business in his life.
Adding a few black pilots will not transform America into a multiracial utopia, and the downside of stretching qualifications to reach civilian goals is inescapable.
Crime is back in the news on a daily basis, and urbanites in cities like New York City are overwhelmed with fear of random crimes.
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