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Want to help American workers? NAFTA, not protectionism, is the way to go

There are reasons to be optimistic this Labor Day. The unemployment rate is low, at 4.3 percent. Hundreds of thousands of new jobs are being created every month. Second-quarter GDP …
The national flags of Canada, the U.S. and Mexico are lit by stage lights last month at the start of the North American Free Trade Agreement renegotiations in Washington. A second round of talks opened Friday on renegotiating the 1994 trade pact.
This week, Mother Nature has shown us why Aqua by the Bay is a bad idea
You can’t change history, folks
You’re whistling Dixie if you think monument removal changes Manatee
Humans failed Snooty for 69 years
A hurricane proves need for local news
Clean water supply vital to Florida’s future growth but state lacks vision
Trump's Taiwan call wasn't a blunder. It was brilliant.
Dan Miller: The nomination process and the conventions
Nicholas Kristof: The real welfare cheats
In a court ruling on fair use, the dancing baby and the algorithms both win
Stuart Rothenberg: Post-CNN debate thoughts
Rep. Vern Buchanan: Time to end the filibuster
Cuba's prisoner release gesture just a sham for pope
The passion of Kim Davis

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