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Check the facts

August 10, 2016 One of those “fact check” analyses of presidential candidate Donald Trump’s speech on the economy made the limits of such writing very clear. more »»

Does anyone at UN, WHO even care enough to stop incompetence?

August 9, 2016 One wonders whether those who bungled a United Nations health initiative understand people may have died — no, probably died, and perhaps in large numbers — as a result of the failure. more »»

Viewers will turn into hits on field rather than hits on stage

August 8, 2016 By late September, even voters interested in the presidential election may be ready for some football as an alternative to politics. more »»

If Obama is concerned about US credibility, he has only himself to blame

August 5, 2016 With many Americans, both Democrats and Republicans, questioning the wisdom of a proposed 12-nation trade pact, its supporters are offering what they hope will be a persuasive argument. more »»

Finding vaccine and cure for Zika virus should be a major priority

August 4, 2016 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory that pregnant women should stay out of a section of Miami is not the most disturbing news about the Zika virus this week. more »»

Some things are more important than politics

August 3, 2016 While it can be hard to do sometimes, we’re going to put aside the presidential election and the partisan politics that come with it for a moment to do something that is long overdue. more »»

More needs to be done to point out positive things our police are doing

August 2, 2016 Only William Gossett knows with certainty what he would have done had police in Monaca, not arrested him outside a movie theater. more »»

Harsher penalties needed for completely unacceptable behavior

August 1, 2016 If you are among the perverted class who engage in “upskirt” photography, Georgia may be the place for you. more »»

Mosby should not be let off hook for botching Freddie Gray death case

July 30, 2016 On April 12, 2015, Baltimore, Md., police arrested 25-year-old Freddie Gray on a charge of possessing an illegal switchblade knife. more »»

It’s long past time to focus on eradicating IS terrorists

July 29, 2016 Two Islamic State terrorists invaded a church in France during morning Mass Tuesday. Before they were shot down by police, they forced the 86-year-old priest to his knees and slit his throat. more »»

When innocent people are shot by police, failures must be addressed

July 28, 2016 Charles Kinsey has told reporters of the North Miami, Florida, the police officer who shot him admitted he did not know why he pulled the trigge. more »»

Kaine’s history of accepting gifts makes him perfect match for Clinton

July 27, 2016 Pennsylvanians would be exceedingly upset if we learned our governor had accepted more than $200,000 in gifts from deep-pocket donors. more »»

‘Democratic’ Party behaved like anything but during primary

July 26, 2016 One of the founding principles of America is that just about anyone from anywhere can be elected to any office — including the presidenc. more »»

Lecturing US on keeping commitment to other countries is unnecessary

July 25, 2016 President Barack Obama and his former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, probably are the last people who should be lecturing Donald Trump about the United States keeping its commitments to other... more »»

Give police credit for maintaining peace, order at the GOP convention

July 23, 2016 Remember the buzz before to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland? For weeks before it opened, there was speculation about violent demonstrations and confrontations among competing... more »»

Coronation of Clinton next week should be no cause for celebration

July 22, 2016 Democrat Party leaders no doubt are gloating about this week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland, where the party has nominated Donald Trump for presiden. more »»

A wall too high for the GOP?

July 22, 2016 WASHINGTON — Political conventions are echo chambers designed to generate feelings of invincibility, sending forth the party faithful with a spring in their steps and hope in their hearts. more »»

Despite rising toll of police deaths, Americans’ feelings remain unchanged

July 21, 2016 Another cop was murdered Tuesday. He was Capt. Robert Melton of Kansas City, Kansas, gunned down as he was approaching suspects in a drive-by shootin. more »»

Government privacy is not any more important than that of citizens

July 20, 2016 Secrecy over technology is unacceptable when the prosecutors need evidence, government lawyers argued in the Apple cellphone situation a few months ago. more »»

State Dept. needs to get serious about properly handling sensitive information

July 19, 2016 It turns out Hillary Clinton had an option she did not use, probably wisely, in defending her use of personal email servers for official business while she was secretary of state: Everyone else is... more »»



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