“I’ve spent the majority of my incarceration as a student, and I’m thankful for that opportunity,” columnist Brian Wood writes. “These programs are a good start, but there needs to be more like them.”
The Trump administration just got a master's-level class on how not to do executive orders and why messing with the Supreme Court is probably a bad idea, writes E. Kent Winward.
To some readers, the dangerous air pollution that accompanied Fourth of July fireworks is nothing to worry about. Because we’re all going to die anyway, they argue.
If you’re looking for a family vacation idea — “something the kids will never forget” — let me recommend an old, green station wagon journey complete with no air conditioning.
Utah Sen. Mike Lee and other elected figures should be defenders of honor and virtue, fearlessly recognizing that Trump may never bend to criticism; indeed, if we’ve learned anything it is that our president would surely respond with vitriol.
“When we use labels or frames to describe people, it might seem like we are simply trying to provide clarity. However, what we are really doing is reinforcing narratives about who people are and what their possibilities might be,” writes Adrienne Andrews.
“When we hold too tightly to a story, it limits the scope of our reality, limiting what we're able to see,” writes E. Kent Winward.
When it comes to high-speed internet, we can’t afford to leave rural America behind, writes David Ferro.