The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act has left the law's most ardent detractors with not much more than a hospital gown for cover.
The following editorial appeared in the Reading Eagle (Reading, Pa.) on June 27:
We must strive to live from the inside out in our day and time. With pressures mounting from every side to abolish our core values and principles, we must live differently. We must strive to show the world that He who lives on the inside is greater...
The following editorial appeared in The Register-Herald, Beckley, on June 25:
the following editorial appeared in the Charleston (West Virginia) Daily Mail on June 25:
The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors on Thursday, June 25:
Members of Congress get categorized in all sorts of ways. They're liberal or conservative; Republican or Democrat; interested in domestic affairs or specialists in foreign policy.
The shooting in Charleston last Wednesday was a tragedy. It was a senseless, horrific act of hatred and unfortunately, in this country, it was nothing new.
The following editorial appeared in the Philadelphia Daily News on Wednesday, June 24:In a black and white world, the bad guys are locked up in prison and the good guys are on the outside, living blemish-free lives.
Logan County has taken it on the chin many times in my lifetime, from political corruption over the years, to the embarrassing worldwide viewed story of Megan Williams. In case you've put it out of your mind, like I'd like to do, she was...
The following editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times on Friday, June 19:
On June 18, Pope Francis issued a call for major changes in our lifestyles and our energy consumption as part of a worldwide effort to combat climate change. Francis based his call on the duty of man to act as good stewards towards God's...
The following editorial appeared in The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on Sunday, June 21:
The following editorial appeared in the Asia News Network on Monday, June 22:
My father liked a good story. In days before visual media took over the planet, radio and books were a source of stories. Jesus was the master at what is now the lost art of storytelling. I think His best is the story of two lost sons. The setting for...
The following editorial appeared in The Times Leader, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., on June 19:Not every dad does an acceptable job at parenting.
The following editorial appeared in the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer on Friday, June 19:
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Thursday, June 18:
WASHINGTON — Isn't America wonderful? Anyone can run for president. ANYONE.
The term now conjures up anxiety about the future, so candidates avoid it.Presidential candidates are getting creative when it comes to describing the middle class, The New York Times reports.
The following editorial appeared in The Baltimore Sun on Wednesday, June 17:
I spend a fair amount of time talking to students and other young people about Congress and politics in general, and I've noticed something. It used to be that I'd regularly get asked how one runs for office. Nowadays, I rarely...
As West Virginia's Attorney General, it's my duty to stand up for the legal rights of our state and its people.
The following editorial appeared in the Herald-Dispatch, Huntington, on June 9:
Editor,What does the flag mean to me?
“… go through the gates; prepare the way of the people; cast up, cast up the highway; gather out the stones; lift up a standard for the people.” — Isaiah 62:10 (KJV)
The following editorial appeared in the Charleston (West Virginia) Daily Mail on June 10:
WASHINGTON — Of the silly traditions involving running for the White House, the going-abroad-to-show-my-foreign-policy-credentials ritual ranks worst, except for eating fried dough at county fairs.
The following editorial appeared in The Baltimore Sun on Tuesday, June 9:
A friend of mine recently was telling me about a person he worked with who had laid claim to a digital watch since the young man was a kid. When the gentleman went to work at the local soda beverage distribution location, he was required to punch in...
The following editorial appeared in The Dallas Morning News on Tuesday, June 9:
If there's one thing on which there is no partisan divide, it's sexual abuse of children. Yet the revelation of child abuse in the Duggar family, which has starred in The Learning Channel's reality show “19 Kids and...
The following editorial appeared in The Philadelphia Inquirer on June 9:
During the five years I have served as your governor, I have made it a priority to develop a skilled workforce, reduce our state's prison and regional jail inmate population, rehabilitate those offenders when possible, and fight the battle...
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Saturday, June 6:Shhhh. Don't tell Siri, but we're worried: The robots may be plotting their takeover.
Each year, June 6th marks the anniversary of D-Day, the 1944 Allied invasion of Normandy during World War II. This important event, notably the largest seaborne invasion in world history, took an entire year to coordinate and was a decisive turning...
For centuries, God had promised the world, especially the Jews, a Messiah to come and save the world– and then came Jesus.
The following editorial appeared in the Charleston (West Virginia) Daily Mail on June 2:
The following editorial appeared in the Herald-Dispatch, Huntington, on June 3:“We are the future, and now is the time to follow our dreams.”
Finally, we have an answer to the 14-year-old question: In the wake of 9/11, why hasn't there been another successful act of aircraft terrorism in America? It's probably because hardly anybody's been trying, and those who did have...
The following editorial appeared in The Register-Herald, Beckley on May 31:
If you followed Sunday night's stalled Senate effort to reauthorize the Patriot Act, and the standoff over the reform-oriented USA Freedom Act, you may not even be sure which side you're on. It's not your fault.
The following editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, June 2: