test13

More From Op Ed

September 10, 2018

More than a few Americans are fed up with Hollywood and want no part of what the industry produces. For a while now, once- unifying entertainment awards shows have become minefields of woke declarations and Trump-bashing, which are perceived by many Americans who voted for the president as insults…

Homer Hickam

September 10, 2018

North Carolina’s economy is in reasonably good shape. Over the past five years of available data, our state’s employers have added 480,000 net new jobs, with our job-creation rate exceeding the national and Southeastern averages. North Carolina’s average income per person has gone…

john hood.jpg

September 10, 2018

Sept. 7, 2018

To the Editor,

I read with great interest the Civitas column analyzing Our Carolina Promise – a unified legislative agenda that is a forward-looking, positive promise to the citizens of North Carolina.

This is about better jobs, better schools, safer and healthier communities,…

September 09, 2018

The Boston Globe

Capping off an improbable rise from the Boston City Council to the threshold of Congress, Ayanna Pressley made history Tuesday night by defeating Rep. Michael E. Capuano in a closely fought Democratic primary. The resounding victory clears the way for Pressley, whose chances were…

September 09, 2018

Nike must have known, when it began its new ad campaign with Colin Kaepernick — who started the kneeling protests in the NFL — that it was courting controversy. "Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything," the text says, superimposed over Kaepernick's close-up.…

Salil Puri

September 09, 2018

The "deep state" exists after all. But it turns out that deep state is not made up of the permanent bureaucracy, shadowy intelligence officials, or even Obama administration holdovers; rather it is made up of President Trump's own senior appointees.

In a New York Times op-ed, an unnamed "senior…

MarcThiessen

September 08, 2018

The Washington Post

Sniping about Brett Kavanaugh's paper trail dominated Day One of the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearings on the judge's Supreme Court nomination. Republicans pointed out that a very large number of documents have been disclosed. Democrats countered that, regardless of the…

September 08, 2018

Call it the "McConnell Miracle."

It is not an overstatement to say that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has saved the Constitution as we know it. By that I mean the Constitution as it was originally written and subsequently amended and interpreted in Supreme Court rulings, not as the…

HughHewitt

September 08, 2018

State Treasurer Dale Folwell administers the State Health Plan, the largest in our state. Folwell believes his office should know what various procedures cost his 700,000 present and retired state employees, so he sent a request to UNC Health Care, the largest health care provider to the plan,…

Tom Campbell.jpg

September 07, 2018

The search for the so-called Golden State Killer had hit a dead end when investigators decided to test DNA evidence from a crime scene against genetic data on GEDmatch, a website of volunteered samples. Eventually, this technique helped investigators close one of the most notorious cold cases in…

296 stories in Op Ed. Viewing 21 through 30.
«First Page   «Previous Page        
Page 3 of 30
        Next Page»   Last Page»

Loading...