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In a photo provided by the Humane Society of the United States from Wednesday, May 14, 2014, shows two dogs at a suspected puppy mill in Howell, Mich. Officials say more than 90 dogs and puppies were removed Wednesday, May 14, 2014 from the site. Several agencies were involved in the removal of the dogs from the Howell-area property, about 45 miles northwest of Detroit. Investigators found large-breed dogs and puppies, mainly poodle mixes, living in what the Humane Society says were substandard conditions. The Humane Society says their fur was matted and untreated medical conditions were found, including dental and eye problems. (AP Photo/Humane Society of the United States)

EDITORIAL: The inhumane society

Eight million stray dogs and cats find their way into animal shelters every year, and the lucky ones are adopted into a warm home with a loving family. Shelters are operated by small charities usually called “humane societies,” whose good deeds are funded by private generosity. The Humane Society of the United States trades on the good of others to finance a radical agenda.

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** FILE ** U.S. Senate candidate and Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, D-Ky., rallies a group of supporters during a campaign stop in Brandenburg, Ky., on Wednesday, July 30, 2014. (AP Photo/David Stephenson)

EDITORIAL: The tax man's politics

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Indian Prime Minster Manmohan Singh addresses a press conference, in New Delhi, India, Friday, Jan. 3, 2014.  India's Prime Minister Singh said Friday he would step aside after 10 years in office, paving the way for Rahul Gandhi to take the reins of the world's biggest democracy if his party stays in power in this year's elections. (AP Photo/Harish Tyagi, Pool)

EDITORIAL: An Indian success story

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Republican Ed Gillespie, left, and Sen. Mark Warner, right, laugh after a debate at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., Saturday, July 26, 2014.  (AP Photo/Richmond Times-Dispatch, Bob Brown)

EDITORIAL: The two faces of Mark Warner

"Governor Warner wouldn't recognize Senator Warner today." That was the memorable line from the weekend debate between Virginia's Sen. Mark R. Warner, the Democratic senior senator, and his challenger in November, Ed Gillespie.