EDITORIAL: A day for community pride in Martinsville Martinsville Bulletin
Are you with us this weekend, standing at attention with your chest thrust out and pride seeping from every pore?
Editorial: Trump's anti-press rhetoric is now codified in a scary new Russian law. STLtoday.com
Anyone who wonders what would be the logical conclusion to President Donald Trump's constant attacks on the free press were he unrestrained need only look ...
Editorial: Ebola is back. Irrational responses are no way to fight it. STLtoday.com
There's another serious Ebola epidemic sweeping communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo. To avoid a repeat of the hysteria that accompanied the ...
Editorial: No intention of fixing the CRC - Opinion Sarasota Herald-Tribune
There's so much sleight-of-hand in this legislative session, things can look like something they're not. Apples are really oranges. And some of the legislation ...
Stephen Moore Would Be a Loyalist, not an Expert, at the Fed The New York Times
President Trump has tried to get the Federal Reserve to share his love of low interest rates. Now he's ratcheting up the pressure.
Saturday Editorial: Good work by Visit Jacksonville in touting our city Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Visitors to Jacksonville are faced with the largest city in land area in the continental United States. They also have a bewildering list of choices: beaches, parks, ...
Editorial: Equity is still a missing piece in the legal marijuana retail puzzle The Boston Globe
If the state wants to make good on the marijuana law's social-equity promises, it does need to put money behind them.
Editorial: In the face of fear, a salute to Pensacola's faithful Pensacola News Journal
In the aftermath of last week's horrific massacre in New Zealand, local Muslims and other worshipers gathered to grapple with the latest horror.
Editorial: The Valentine holds courageous conversations | OUR OPINION Richmond.com
Pointing to a pallet on the floor of the master bedroom in the Wickham House at the Valentine, a tour guide will ask, “What do you think this is?” Some.
Editorial | Great politics, bad policy Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
Illinois' sales tax is already too narrow, and now legislators are inventing ways to have it apply to fewer items and to bringin less money.
Editorial: If Jersey legalizes pot, can Pa. be far behind? The Mercury
New Jersey might be on the verge of going to pot. And that can mean only one thing: Can Pennsylvania be far behind? This week New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy ...
Editorial: Speed the process for libraries seeking state bond money NorthJersey.com
It is high time for the state to step up and deliver on what was promised. Why it has not been expedited before now is a mystery and an embarrassment.
Editorial: For Democrats, more voters might not trump Trump Daily Commercial
Andrew Gillum, Tallahassee's former mayor and the Democratic gubernatorial candidate who narrowly lost to Republican Ron DeSantis last November, ...
Editorial: Turns out that Hartford actually does have it Hartford Courant
Steve and Catey Violanti, of Valparaiso, Ind., were strolling back to their hotel on a blustery Friday afternoon in downtown Hartford after a workout at the YMCA.
Editorial: Week in Review — March 23 - Opinion - The Review The-review
Someone is going to end up short-changed, and we're worried that when the dust settles, that "someone" will include all of us who drive on Ohio's crumbling ...
Editorial: Trump plan takes on student loan debt The Columbus Dispatch
Crooked admissions schemes aren't the only problem plaguing colleges and their students these days. The cost of a degree from a private college continues to ...
Editorial: Providing willing workers with higher skills pays off nicely The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio suffers from a significant job mismatch: Hundreds of thousands of people remain stuck in low-wage, low-skill jobs while better jobs go unfilled because ...
EDITORIAL: Mail-in voting should be an option for all Scottsbluff Star Herald
Scotts Bluff county voter turnout has not been good for our recent elections. Scotts Bluff was one of five counties statewide whose turnout in last year's primary ...
Editorial: Help celebrate famed local author Flannery OConnors birthday The Augusta Chronicle
On March 25, 1925, author Flannery O'Connor was born in Savannah to Edward and Regina O'Connor. Monday marks what would have been the legendary ...
Editorial: Extreme weather is nothing new for March on the Great Plains Omaha World-Herald
If you're looking for the month that brings the most dramatic extremes in Nebraska weather, the clear choice is March. During March in Nebraska, observes ...