Editor: Egyptians want tomorrow – a new day – and they want it now. They want to be citizens – in charge of their own destinies and the destiny of their nation. It was the American dream over 200 years ago –
Editor: The Arizona debacle is a tragedy that touches all of us. A cross section of people engaged in a discussion of public affairs in a public space – the quintessential democratic experience – were shot down by a deranged young man
Editor: Edgar Gorke and I (Your Opinion, Dec. 29 and Dec. 19, respectively) are not the first and will not be the last to have opposing positions about our nation, its principles and the meaning of words. Progressive and perhaps even progress
Find the original op-ed piece here. Free to succeed Editor: Sondra Myers states in her Dec. 19 letter: “Many of us abhor the continuation of tax relief to the very richest people in our nation and we are right to abhor
Editor: Compromise is a highly charged word. Is it the essence of reason and the key to democracy – or is it a sellout of values – a capitulation? In fact we use the word both ways. The art of compromise
Editor: The pre-election blame game is on. My only hope is that people of all parties or no party will understand it for what is. Do Americans really believe that the failed terror attempt on Times Square was Obama’s fault?
When the Evan Bayhs feel that they must leave the political arena in despair, we must stop and think why and begin the difficult process of repair. We Americans have been defined by our sacred democratic rule of law, which