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November 18, 2016 View email in browser

How DePaul students missed out on a timely lesson about Trump

The administration at DePaul University blocked another appearance by a controversial conservative speaker, the Daily Wire’s Ben Shapiro. Learning how to confront political differences in a civilized manner is a tough lesson to embrace. Unfortunately, DePaul missed another chance to play the role of enlightened teacher.

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The up-and-down week of stubborn Gov. Bruce Rauner

Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner got some good news this week, but the overall outlook in the state is bad, writes Eric Zorn.

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Some common sense amid the bombast: Trump’s big league bet on jobs

Elements of Donald Trump’s economic plan could boost growth and standards of living. But there are yuuuuge caveats.

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An exit guide for Americans opposed to a Trump presidency

If you want to leave the United States before Donald Trump takes office, here are some of your options.

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Hypocritical complaints about the ‘normalization’ of Trump

Donald Trump’s conservative opponents complained throughout the primaries that the mainstream media was normalizing Trump. No one listened, writes Jonah Goldberg.

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What American law professors forgot and what Trump knew

How did millions of Americans justify voting for Donald Trump? They want a conservative Supreme Court.

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How the Trump family will profit from their father’s presidency

Being president is going to be very lucrative for Donald Trump and his family.

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Scott Stantis cartoons

Check out the latest cartoons by Tribune editorial cartoonist Scott Stantis.

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