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Today's Opinions

  • Nov. 1, 2013: Our readers write

    Full ownership and responsibility

    This past month I got to witness an unending comedy of errors by the GOP and the Democrats.

    First, there was the government shutdown in which President Barack Obama and the U.S. House of Representatives played a game of chicken over whether to defund or delay Obamacare.

    With the mainstream media as his personal cheerleading squad, our campaigner-in-chief played it hard with a my-way-or-the-highway approach while using government workers and our national parks as his pawns.

  • Area students earn high marks

    ISSUE: Student successes are many

    OUR VIEW: Strong seasons on fields of play

    It rarely comes as a surprise anymore when we see the immense success of local students, whether it be on the field of play for sports or for our area high school bands.

    The last few weeks are just another indicator of that.

  • Theft was wrong, response was right

    When does a blatant, criminal act of outright theft produce a good result – and an educational experience as well – in terms of the First Amendment?

  • Have a safe Halloween

    ISSUE: Halloween safety
    OUR VIEW:
    Everyone’s responsibility

  • Oct. 30, 2013: Our readers write

    Fonda the problem

    During an interview, Jane Fonda was questioned about military veterans taking issue with her playing the role of a loved first lady of a beloved president. Her response was if veterans have a problem with it, “ they need to get a life. If it tweaks the right, who cares?”

  • Bullying complaint primarily bull

    ISSUE: Texas ballgame bullying charge

    OUR VIEW: Diminishes impact of law

    Ninety-one to zero: The final score of a Texas high school football game became a matter of national debate after a parent upset with the outcome tossed out an accusation.

    The football coach of Aledo High School now must defend himself against allegations of bullying.

  • Great things happening

    ISSUE: Worthy projects and outstanding achievements
    OUR VIEW:
    A round of applause

  • Coach Pawley an inspiration to all

    By THOMAS ED CECIL

    Guest Columnist