• Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials

    Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: Sept. 11 The Charlotte Observer and Raleigh News & Observer on how a congressional election in North Carolina may have foreshadowed the 2020 presidential race: Early this year, when Republican Mark Harris called for a new election in North Carolina's

  • Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials

    Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: ______ Sept. 4 The Houston Chronicle on gun laws in Texas following a mass shooting that killed seven people: Texas leaders who keep going through the motions of addressing mass shootings in this state without making significant changes should be

  • Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials

    Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: _____ Aug. 28 Tulsa World on the $572 million verdict in Oklahoma's opioid case against health care giant Johnson & Johnson: Oklahoma has won a judgment of more than $572 million against corporate health care giant Johnson & Johnson after

  • Editorial Roundup: Recent editorials in Arkansas newspapers

    Here are excerpts from recent editorials in Arkansas newspapers: The Jonesboro Sun. Sept. 7, 2019. Most people would simply find it unimaginable: A school where four students and a teacher were killed in a 1998 mass shooting is auctioning off an AR-15 assault rifle to raise money for a band

  • Editorial Roundup: Recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers

    Here are excerpts from recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers: The Oklahoman. Aug. 25, 2019. - An illegal immigration fix? Highly unlikely Ahead of the first Democratic debates in June, several progressive groups demanded that candidates support their "Free to move, Free to stay" policy platform that includes defunding and reforming

  • Louisiana editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from Louisiana newspapers: ___ Sept. 8 The Houma Courier on the Centers for Disease Control's warning about vaping and e-cigarette use: Health officials, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, are urging people to avoid vaping until authorities can determine what's behind a life-threatening condition associated

  • Mississippi editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from Mississippi newspapers: ___ Sept. 11 The Greenwood Commonwealth on the health risks of vaping and e-cigarette use: Either through intentional or subliminal marketing, the manufacturers of e-cigarettes have been touting them as safer alternatives to the real thing. And they may be, but how much safer has

  • California Editorial Rdp

    Sept. 11 The Los Angeles Times on college athletes getting paid: College athletes are required by their schools and leagues to be amateurs, which makes them the only ones not earning money off the vast number of hours they put into honing their craft. In fact, a multi-billion-dollar industry has

  • Recent Missouri editorials

    The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Sept. 6 Time to bring down the hammer on the vaping industry E-cigarettes have for too long held a unique place in the American regulatory framework. They aren't tobacco, so the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has no jurisdiction. Though their ingredients are ingestible, liquid

  • Recent Kansas Editorials

    The Manhattan Mercury, Sept. 8 On one key priority, Mike Pompeo has it exactly right. The United States needs to stand for the inalienable rights of people around the globe. Mr. Pompeo, the current U.S. Secretary of State, was in Manhattan Friday to give a Landon Lecture at Kansas State

  • Colorado Editorial Roundup

    The Aurora Daily Sentinel, Sept. 4, on gun control and mass shootings: If you can't exactly remember which mass shooting came before last weekend's West Texas rampage, you're not alone. America's mass shootings are so frequent now that details often blur. Towns and victims become a fill-in-the-black response by elected

  • Editorials from around Pennsylvania

    Recent editorials of statewide and national interest from Pennsylvania's newspapers: Battle against robocalls should be more than a pipe dream Easton Express-Times Sept. 1 Remember the days before robocalls? When your landline and cell phone were free from scam artists selling something, threatening you with arrest, wheedling to extract a