As a Standard-Examiner reader and longtime subscriber, I am for the most part impressed with the caring and integrity of the editor. All in all, the paper is informative and involved in our community happenings. I do pray and hope reporters are not going to stop looking for the heartless person(s)...
Donald Trump wanted to deflect the public’s attention from Russia and Michael Flynn, so he attacked the media. Which was predictable, writes Chris Cillizza.
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“We have got to get over this idea that work must be entertaining in order for it to have meaning,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
While interesting, Carol McNamara’s column regarding protest versus more effective ways of communicating with political rivals strikes me as incurably naïve (“Millennials may be the key to breaking through America's political impasse,” Feb. 14 Standard-Examiner). Case in...
“A good editorial cartoonist dislikes everybody. We attack whoever is in power,” writes Daryl Cagle.
Doctors know best how to treat their patients. They need every tool at their disposal, especially when dealing with someone in rural Utah, far from a clinic, hospital or specialist.
Debate, writes Steve Chapman, is “the beating heart of a free, democratic society.” But try telling that to the faculty and students who attempted to keep Corey Lewandowski from speaking at the University of Chicago.
Cereal box prizes, along with a patient mom and wise father, were key in teaching me and my siblings civility, D. Louise Brown writes in this week’s Homefront.
I lived in Arizona for three years. My oldest daughter was born there. I think President Trump’s wall will not work. The tunnels are already there. I know of many other places to cross the border between the United States and Mexico. You can see how the drug wars have been going on for years....