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Opinion

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Column: In an MRI Tube, a Captive Audience for Political Ads

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Lebanon In this election season there is no escaping the crass political pitch, even, it turns out, during the deep and dark seclusion of a …

Editorial: Putin Advances

Monday, June 9, 2014

Ukraine’s newly elected president, Petro Poroshenko, got a pledge of support from President Obama in Warsaw this week. But in the struggle over Ukraine’s future, …

Column: Safe Sext: Getting the Message to Teens

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Teens sext. Does that mean they need sext ed? The logic is compelling. Sex is an activity in which some teens (and adults!) participate. It can be enticing. It can be dangerous. It can have life-changing ramifications. Thus, sex education. Sexting is also an activity in which some …

Forum, Oct. 23: A Good Cause; Fair, or Partisan Coverage?; Windsor Needs a Tree Ordinance

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Article Highlighted a Good Cause To the Editor: On behalf of the community of people with any kind of special need, and their families, thank you for the wonderful and exquisitely written article by staff writer Aimee Caruso about transitioning for young adults with special needs (“Deciding Who …

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Editorial: The Girth of a Nation

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Economics is sometimes called the dismal science, but the study of weight loss is nearly as dreary. A recent story in this newspaper, however, seemed to offer a morsel of hope when its headline declared: “Study: Rapid Weight Loss Just as Good.” Or, just as good as the …

Column: Beware a Republican-Controlled Congress

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

With two weeks to go until the midterms, and with polls pointing to the prospect that Republicans could take control of the Senate, the stakes are high — not just for the Obama administration and congressional Democrats, but for the United States. The consequences of Republican control of …

Willem Lange: There Was a Time When Scrappy Americans Pulled Together

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

It’s difficult, I suppose, for the majority of our population — those between, say, 20 and 60 — to appreciate the enormity of the challenges our nation has faced and overcome in the lifetimes of those of us ending our eighth decade. My parents were married during the …

Column: Beating Ebola Through a National Plan

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

The appointment of Ebola czar Ron Klain is an important initial step in mobilizing a coordinated national effort to confront this deadly virus. As the first U.S. hospital to successfully treat Ebola patients, Emory University Hospital has a unique perspective on the scope of the effort and skill …

Forum, Oct. 22: Debate About the Candidates; A Snow Deficit at Dartmouth

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Havenstein Will Rebuild Economy To the Editor: Why we enthusiastically support Walt Havenstein for New Hampshire governor: His first priorities are to rebuild our state economy and in doing so, create more good-paying jobs. He will review legislation, old and new, to be sure we understand the long-range …