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We are slowly killing ourselves. The human race is stubbornly pursuing self-destructive behavior, rapidly destroying much in the world that is essential for human survival. A summary of a new … more
Those who are in favor of religious exemptions to vaccines that are otherwise mandatory before children attend school claim that the issue is about religious freedom. That may be true in some … more
Spurred by a public health scare, Congress is considering a big-government power grab to save young adults from themselves. Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, is reintroducing legislation to raise the … more
North Carolina is spending more than $37 million this year to subsidize the tuition that families of 9,640 students pay to private and parochial schools. Now, the Republican majorities in the state … more
Not since extra-loud TV commercials have Americans and Congress stood so united against a peace-shattering electronic scourge. This time, the offender is robocalls, which take a greater toll than … more
Just a couple of years ago, we believed America’s military services had finally begun to deal effectively with a huge and out-of-control problem: a virulent epidemic of sexual assaults. The problem … more
Facebook’s terms of service are clear: “We do not allow hate speech on Facebook because it creates an environment of intimidation and exclusion, and in some cases may promote real-world … more
We write this as products of public school teachers who transformed our lives. We write this as parents who have seen public school teachers transform the lives of our children. We write this as … more
The U.S. economy is growing at such a fast clip and the unemployment rate is so low that ... there must be something terribly wrong. Does that make sense? No, but the healthy state of the country … more
In 2001, a grieving nation vowed it would “never forget” the 9/11 hijackers’ brutality or the first responders’ indomitable courage. Less than two decades later, our elected leaders have … more
GUEST EDITORIAL The timing, of course, was part of the intent. A gunman with a semiautomatic rifle walked into the Chabad of Poway synagogue during services Saturday morning and opened fire. It … more
THUMBS UP to Mecklenburg County Superior Court Judge Lisa Bell, who sent a powerful message about the public’s right to know when she ordered police to release the full contents of body camera … more
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