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Opinion

December 02, 2016

Editor’s note: The following opinion column originally was published in The Charlotte Observer.

December 01, 2016

WASHINGTON – One by one the flames are jumping the firewalls of our written and unwritten Constitutions.

December 01, 2016

WASHINGTON — This week, Fidel Castro finally got something he had always wanted.

December 01, 2016

The Los Angeles Times’ editorial published in Sunday’s edition of The Daily Advance addresses the TPP, or Trans Pacific Partnership, agreement. The editorial states that while the TPP needs to be tweaked, it is in our national interest to ratify the agreement rather than throw it out,…

November 30, 2016

WASHINGTON — The first time I lived in the nation’s capital, Ronald Reagan was president.

November 30, 2016

A recent letter cites a few documented violent incidents and makes it appear as though this is going on all over the country. Yet, by contrast, the letter says nothing about a dozen-plus cities around the country where supporters of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are protesting, blocking major…

November 30, 2016

Well, Donald Trump is on another Twitter rant and this time the object of his tirade is the recount effort mounted by Jill Stein and the Green Party.

Seems Trump is now claiming to have won both the Electoral College and the popular vote; that is if one discounts his alleged millions…

November 29, 2016

I am quite perplexed that our local, and for that matter statewide, school systems are shortchanging our kids' educational experience. We have come to know the "new math" as I was taught to be one half-day equals a whole day. You miss a whole day of school and you only have to make up a half day.…

November 29, 2016

Sunday’s editorial in The Daily Advance provided the impetus to research its mission role as per why it even exists. I found many different views and definitions of journalism and how it applies to this newspaper, and even if it has a doctrine, I couldn’t find one. Essentially, the…

November 29, 2016

The early Romans held the belief that duty is more important than success; and when they abandoned that belief, they also abandoned the discipline and diligence that made their success possible.

Winning is unquestionably preferable to losing, but we must be exceedingly careful to not let the…

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