“The U.S. needs immigration reform, so the current discussion on how to keep foreigners out...
This story was compiled before the midnight EST deadline for Congress to pass a short-term spending bill to prevent a government shutdown. All quotes are verbatim.
The Dallas Morning News’ editorial board takes Mark Zuckerberg’s 2018 “personal challenge” with a big fat grain of salt.
Congratulations, Robert E. Nelson, that you are able to contribute an extra $100 a month to reduce the federal debt. You suggested everyone contribute a $1 a day to eliminate the federal debt (”If everyone contributed $1 a day, we could eliminate the federal debt,” Jan. 14). However,...
“Jackson has been a well-regarded doctor. But since finding himself in Trump's orbit, he has adopted the hyperbolic style and excessive flattery of the boss that we see in other, previously respectable members of Trump's court,” writes Dana Milbank.
One study estimates that prohibiting food-stamp funds from being spent on sweetened beverages would prevent more than 400,000 Americans from becoming obese.
“He was almost surely trying to say that we should pick immigrants for skills (he reportedly mentioned Asia as well as Norway), but typically stated his position in the crudest terms possible,” writes Rich Lowry.
A while back, the Standard-Examiner published a satirical letter from me about a little old lady, secretary of the homeowners association, who was outvoted for HOA president by a newcomer, rich celebrity (“A story about a little old lady, a celebrity and a homeowners association,” March...
“What Trump proposes to do is spend $18 billion to erect a giant symbol. What he would really be doing is shoveling money down a — what's the term? — rathole,” writes Steve Chapman.
In the Ogden School District, children facing food insecurity can now count on two healthy meals a day. That improves their ability to learn — making Ogden a stronger community.
“All nonsense aside, it’s a challenge to comprehend why those who didn’t vote for nor like the president don’t understand the need to hope his health is intact. Anything less reflects animosity out of control,” writes D. Louise Brown.