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November 02, 2018

It's closing in on a week before an American election. For some people this means that everything absolutely must be about nothing but that election, with hyperbole.

The president of the United States is fear-mongering over the approach of a convoy of Latin American immigrants to get his "base" to…


November 02, 2018

"Both sides" are not responsible for the horrific political terrorism we have seen this past week. Only the right is to blame — starting with President Trump and his complicit enablers in the Republican Party.

They have been playing with fire. It was inevitable that people would get…

Eugene Robinson

November 01, 2018

Proponents of a constitutional requirement that all North Carolina voters show a photo ID have a problem. They want voters to show that they are who they say they are, but they can't show that voter fraud is what they say it is.

In-person voter fraud can't be identified because it's all but…

Ned Barnett

October 31, 2018

For 25 years I served as a Superior Court judge. I know how important it is to find qualified and experienced attorneys to serve as judges on our trial and appellate courts. Our judges are responsible for our civil and criminal trial and appellate dockets. Matters of child custody arrangements,…


October 31, 2018

This year, voters will decide whether to pass a constitutional amendment requiring a truly bipartisan Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement.

Here's why you should vote "yes."

The Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement, as the name implies, is responsible for administering elections and…


October 31, 2018

Washington Post

To the list of Trump administration officials who seem to believe that the rules need not apply to them, add Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.

The latest evidence comes from a report of the Interior Department inspector general, which The Washington Post revealed. Investigators found…

October 31, 2018

President Donald Trump's greatest ally in escaping responsibility for the spasm of violence across the U.S. is false equivalence, the idea everybody is equally to blame.

Television commentators spent the weekend trying to be fair-minded by declaring that both sides contribute to the lack of…

October 31, 2018

Democrats are hoping the coming election will give them a majority in the House of Representatives. Republicans and much of our nation dread that prospect. My question is: What would a House majority mean for the Democrats? Let's look at it.

To control the House of Representatives, Democrats must…

Walter Williams

October 30, 2018

The Washington Post

Outdoor retailer Patagonia will close all its stores on Election Day so that its employees can vote. Ride-hailing companies Lyft and Uber will offer free and discounted rides to polling places on Nov. 6. Meat company Tyson Foods has launched its first campaign to get employees…

October 30, 2018

I admit to losing it Friday when Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson, speaking in the Washington National Cathedral at the interment services for Matthew Shepard, the young man who was pistol-whipped and left for dead 20 years ago at a remote prairie in Wyoming, said to Matt's ashes and choking back…

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