It’s a year later, and we’re still arguing about hearing offensive ideas on college...
Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, is the weakest presidential candidate in U.S. history. He is so weak that Hillary Clinton supporters — not Hillary Clinton, but yes,
Raymond Uno did not simply prevail over unjust imprisonment during World War II, fueled by the blind anger and terror of his own government — he showed the unlimited potential of the human spirit.
“Clinton was head and shoulders above Trump,” writes Chris Cillizza. “She was, unsurprisingly, very well prepared — using a slew of facts and figures to not only make her positive case but to also slam Trump.”
“Clinton shifted the contest her way during her party's convention,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr. “She did it again during Monday night's debate.”
“Kudos to Holt for sticking to the facts here,” writes Michelle Ye Hee Lee. “He precisely made it clear that stop and frisk was ruled unconstitutional in New York, whereas Trump resorted to word games.”
We are very fortunate to live at this time and in this place. There is beauty and wonder all around us! But along with the beauty, there is also discouragement. Each of us is faced with trials and challenges. And although there is wickedness in the world, I truly believe that there is no room in...
The debate over diesel emissions testing in Weber County wasn’t just about air quality, writes David Ferro. It was also about politics.