Monday’s Opinions: Taiwan arms deal in limbo as Trump courts China

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Taiwan arms deal in limbo as Trump courts China
With Beijing’s role in North Korea negotiations top of mind, some U.S. officials fear a key small arms package could fall by the wayside.
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Macron won — now comes the hard part
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His bias against an entire group renders him unfit to serve.
 
Neither side is really right on offshore drilling
Both Mr. Trump and environmental activists are overstating their case.
 
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After an initial bout of shared sacrifice it should be able to rekindle economic growth.
 
 
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Jon Ossoff may have won Georgia’s 6th District this past week
His opponent, Karen Handel, could be the first AHCA casualty.
 
Comedian Stephen Fry facing blasphemy investigation in Ireland
“A well-placed source said it was ‘highly unlikely’ that a prosecution would take place,” but even investigations can be a substantial deterrent (especially to other speakers, who are less prominent than Fry).
 
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