St. Louis Post-Dispatch (e-zine) - 19 Jun 2019

Table of content - St. Louis Post-Dispatch (e-zine) (19 Jun 2019)

‘Hmm’
Advice comes in all shapes and sizes, especially good advice
BY LEONARD PITTS JR.
BY S.E. CUPP
BY VICTOR DAVIS HANSON
BY MEGAN MCARDLE
BY TUCKER CARLSON & NEIL PATEL
BY DAVID M. SHRIBMAN
BY AISHA SULTAN
BY AMY DICKINSON
BY MALCOLM BERKO
BY ALEXANDRA PETRI
BY JOE AND TERESA GRAEDON
BY HELAINE OLEN
BY CAL THOMAS
BY SCOTT RASMUSSEN
BY GENE WEINGARTEN
BY ANNIE LANE
BY RUBEN NAVARRETTE
BY MICHELLE SINGLETARY
BY EUGENE ROBINSON
BY FAREED ZAKARIA
BY RICHARD COHEN
BY GARY W. MOORE
Things don’t change in politics ... until they do
DAVID M. SHRIBMAN
‘Moments’ in politics vary in length
Greece finds new footing as player on the world stage
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON
Trump has become the Dems’ great white whale
Reproductive health is about access — to antibiotics
MEGAN MCARDLE
EU elections don’t matter much. But the anger behind this one will
Student loan debt shows Congress needs to reprioritize
TUCKER CARLSON & NEIL PATEL
Bernie 2.0 Is ‘Woke’
What they see when they see us
LEONARD PITTS JR.
What would you give to save your world?
The growing stillness of home, but then Maya came along
A re-education on sacrifice and service
One coffee, black, hold the politics
S.E. CUPP
Elizabeth Warren sounds too much like Donald Trump
Only an ignoramus would sound like Trump
EUGENE ROBINSON
Mueller gave Congress a road map for holding president accountable
A four-person race for the Democratic nomination?
SCOTT RASMUSSEN
It’s more than the economy for American voters
Disruption, fear and opportunity in health care
Trump is destroying decades of hard work with Mexico
FAREED ZAKARIA
The crises are over, but the fury remains
Tariffs take aim at Mexico — but they strike at American Consumers
RUBEN NAVARRETTE
First Mexican American heavyweight champ packs a punch
Holbrooke appreciated the power of the past
RICHARD COHEN
Israel’s Netanyahu was Trump before Trump
Robert Mueller’s upside-down justice
CAL THOMAS
Extreme ideological views difficult to reverse
No credit where credit is due despite economy
Salon price hike leaves customer’s hair in knots
HELAINE OLEN
Staying the course is smartest move during uncertain times
Insurance and investment don’t go hand in hand
Aphria may be pick of the cannabis industry
MALCOLM BERKO
Western Alliance banks on good management
B&G Foods delivers good taste and long-term investment
How playing blackjack proved I was a natural saver
MICHELLE SINGLETARY
Yes, you probably should get a credit freeze for your child
The power of positive persistence
GARY W. MOORE
Disappointment is a reality of life
Older man teaches younger dog new tricks
Grief, confusion upset a homesick student
AMY DICKINSON
Hoarding disorder creates messy situation
Reader submissions honor all fathers
ANNIE LANE
Distraction-free dining should extend to public spaces
Educating readers on prosopagnosia
Can we risk nominating a man for president?
ALEXANDRA PETRI
Look out, here comes the Straight Pride Parade!
Britain wishes Trump would notice he was being insulted
‘Minor league graduations’ in the era of school shootings
AISHA SULTAN
Shedding light on Title IX hearings
Extremists ready to wage their holy war
First rule of baseball: Deny, deny, deny
GENE WEINGARTEN
Big Sister is listening ... and taking notes
Some moments in life are tough to live down
Addiction to nose spray a real problem
JOE AND TERESA GRAEDON
Why aren’t physicians and pharmacists outraged?
Does hot water work like coffee to improve bathroom visits?

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