Former Weber State runner Sarah Sellers hoped to finish in the top 15 Monday in the Boston Marathon. She did better than that.
“Trump's standard — that a dictator can indiscriminately kill his people as long as he doesn't use chemical weapons — is nearly lost in the overarching lesson of the Syrian conflict,” writes Michael Gerson.
I don't remember much of the plane geometry that Mr. (Scott) Wangsgard tried to teach me in the early 1960s at Ben Lomond High School, but I do remember that he often remarked, "Figures don't lie, but liars can figure." I thought of his saying again when I read John Reynolds’ "clarification"...
“Outside, I’m constantly reminded of how big of a ‘loser’ I am. Now before anyone thinks I shouldn’t be so harsh on myself, I am referring to all the things I have lost,” Brian Wood writes this week.
“It's not often that public figures hold themselves to the standards they apply to others,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
“It's too early to render a verdict on Mueller's work, but he certainly appears to have become a kind of free-floating legal ombudsman,” writes Rich Lowry.
I am writing regarding the editorial you republished from the Chicago Tribune, “We can clean up the air without tougher fuel economy standards.” The day the Standard-Examiner carried this editorial was April 7, 2018 – not April Fool’s Day. Maybe it appeared in...
“For a certain type of reader — the kind who savors deluges of ultra-specific details about offbeat topics — ‘The Pale King’ is the most narratively fascinating book about the internal nature of boredom that has ever been written,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
“Despite President Trump’s tweeted epitaph, I'd like to assure you that attorney-client privilege is not dead,” writes E. Kent Winward.