Martin Luther King Jr. said a riot is the language of the unheard. But he also said riots are socially destructive and self-defeating.
About 54% of respondents said the state is on the right track, while only 49% thought the country was going in the right direction.
Coronavirus is like alcohol, money and power. It shows who among us are the flowers who could use a dousing of Roundup.
Anyone who cares about due process or protecting taxpayers should really be cheering for the west end of Market Street.
If the point is for Democrats and Republicans to pick their candidates for the general election, why should the general public pick up the tab?
We are not talking about 15 additional hours of certification. It’s included in the 90 hours teachers must get already.
Over the course of the teacher-pay debate, I’ve heard numerous advocates for increasing teacher pay argue that if the state got rid of the voucher program and no longer funded charter schools, there would be plenty of money to increase teacher salaries. Their math doesn’t add up.
We are not going to give it up to criminals and vagrants without a fight.
The city should increase opportunities for more school choice.
Eliminate taxes for people who make less than $10 an hour.
I have a problem trying to hold people accountable for something they either didn’t do or had nothing to do with.
In the last couple of weeks, two more states—North Dakota and Illinois—took steps toward either legalizing marijuana or decriminalizing its possession.
The senator’s greatest quality was his thoughtfulness and sense of bipartisanship when it came to problem-solving.
When it comes to other jobs, college admissions, you name it, there is probably going to be some element of “unearned access.”
This is one of the most politically idiotic moves a party chairman can make.
You can’t judge a 1944 song using 2018 standards.
Matt never hesitated to get out of the office and go interact with people to bring his readers a complete picture of what was going on.
The only things to be gained from a trade war are higher prices, economic uncertainty and misery, much like real war.