• Times Editorial - This is no time to let yourself be distracted by Iran 21 May 2019 01:36     Those smarter than the author of this editorial would simply say it’s the latest example of the “military industrial complex” rearing its ugly head.     In simpler terms, it’s just the latest attempt by those in power to distract the masses with the …
  • Editorial: Extremist attitudes on abortion get us nowhere 21 May 2019 01:34 Democracy depends on compromise, but compromise is in short supply in our highly polarized country. From immigration policy to taxes to public spending, our politicians are locked in a zero-sum approach. The public has organized itself into various special …
  • Editorial: Are we confusing medicinal cannabis and dope? 21 May 2019 01:04 A Horizon Research survey of 1156 New Zealanders, commissioned by licensed medicinal cannabis company Helius Therapeutics, has reportedly found that 14 per cent of us will definitely try to access medicinal cannabis products when they become more widely …
  • EDITORIAL – The return of the Cayman Islands Classic 21 May 2019 00:20 Months before the tip-off of the third-annual Cayman Islands Classic, we are confident in declaring at least one winner: Cayman’s blossoming sports tourism industry. Eight US college basketball teams and a thousand or more loyal fans are expected to arrive …
  • Editorial Comment: Women’s Parly quota system extension progressive 21 May 2019 00:11 The Herald The gender equality narrative often evokes different emotions and reactions whenever it is tabled for discussion at different forums and spaces. In spaces where patriarchal remains deep-rooted, concerns are often raised on whether gender …
  • Editorial: Police, aiding and abetting molestation by priests 20 May 2019 23:22 It was a conspiracy and someone should pay. Attorney General Letitia James is the one to make sure it happens. As disturbing as it is to know that Buffalo police and the Catholic Church were engaged in a depraved and illegal policy to shield priests from …
  • Editorial: The value and the danger of “Climate Change Adaptation” programs 20 May 2019 23:19 Readers may well wonder about the “danger” mentioned in this headline.  The value of climate change adaptation is obvious to the well-informed: it will help willing residents and their communities better survive the extremes that climate change is bringing …
  • Scathing Washington Post editorial rips GOP for not having the courage to stand up to Trump 20 May 2019 22:31 On Monday a scathing editorial in The Washington Post ripped the GOP for consistently selling out to President Donald Trump. A lone Republican, Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) spoke out against Trump and said that special counsel Robert Mueller’s reports confirms …
  • EDITORIAL: US-Iran row threat to peace 20 May 2019 21:49
  • Editorial: Do we really need selfies in the voting booth? 20 May 2019 20:13 More Headlines MADISON, Wis. - It was probably inevitable that the combination of phones with high quality cameras and social media web sites would result in a seemingly irresistible need to photograph ourselves everywhere doing everything. Our culture …
  • EDITORIAL: Only gradual car parts ban makes sense 20 May 2019 19:30 Monday, May 20, 2019 21:00 By EDITORIAL A second hand spare parts shop at Grogon garage in Nairobi on Friday. Seventeen categories of imported parts will be banned. PHOTO | SALATON NJAU | NMG  The Kenya Bureau of Standards (Kebs) has, without doubt, …
  • EDITORIAL: Vet posho mills 20 May 2019 19:30
  • Self-inflicted ash storm engulfs Osceola County Commission | Editorial 20 May 2019 18:58
  • Editorial Cartoon: Breaker of chains – and names 20 May 2019 18:47 Large master bedroom. Huge walk in closet. Master bathroom. Kosher kitchen. Female house. North Oakhurst Drive. $2,500/ month. (310) 595-4650 • Roommates-Shared Room 221 S. Doheny Dr, Beverly hills Amenities: control access, on site parking , on site …
  • EDITORIAL: EMPLOYING GUILE AS A VALUED STRATAGEM 20 May 2019 18:23     Newton’s third law of Physics states that, “for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” Based on my observations, this statement can be applied not only to the field of science but also to our interactions as human beings. Newton’s law …
  • Editorial: Starts with rifts 20 May 2019 17:34  No one could neglect importance’s, credibility and effectiveness of parliamentary and other democratic organs in the civilized world. Such states and its people have achieved these institutions and made it stable and acceptable after prolong efforts and …
  • Editorial: Quiet confidence in the tourism sector 20 May 2019 17:31 EDITORIAL: Across small and medium size businesses grumpiness is rising at compliance obligations and there's pessimism about revenue outlooks. But there's one sector that is a conspicuous bright light. A MYOB survey showed 45 per cent of tourism …
  • Editorial Cartoon (May 21, 2019) 20 May 2019 16:28
  • Editorial: Willy Street, Dane Arts and Pheasant Branch 20 May 2019 14:04
  • Editorial: Cheers and Jeers — May 20 20 May 2019 13:35 Cheers ... to MILO — My Impact Lifts Others — the after-school club that blends traditional and autistic students. Working together on a Soap Box Derby car helped to show club members what they all have in common: having fun. Jeers ... to the increase in …
  • Editorial: We're in the solution business - Willy Street, Dane Arts and Pheasant Branch Conservancy 20 May 2019 13:13 Editorial: Willy Street, Dane Arts and Pheasant Branch More Headlines MADISON, Wis. - Looking back at last week, we recognized several examples of problem solving, the likes of which we are tracking as an editorial agenda item this year. The first is the …
  • Editorial: False 'facts' and false premises threaten women's health 20 May 2019 13:13 President Donald Trump often criticizes what he calls "fake news." His mischaracterization of reporting that reveals his wrongdoing and incompetence is deception designed to fool some of the people some of the time. Unfortunately, some of the …
  • Editorial Cartoon: As goes 'Bama so goes Carolina 20 May 2019 12:55
  • Editorial: The FDA is on a collision course with the courts over imported execution drugs 20 May 2019 12:34 The Justice Department has added another level of confusion to the nation’s already muddled capital punishment system, advising the Food and Drug Administration that it lacks the authority to regulate the importation of drugs used in lethal injections. As …
  • [Editorial] Fiscal health concerns 20 May 2019 08:43 In a fiscal strategy meeting last week, President Moon Jae-in reaffirmed his plans to continue to expand government expenditure. “It is urgent to solve structural social problems such as low growth, bipolarization, the low birth rate and the rapid aging ( …
  • [Editorial] N. Korea to respond positively to food aid and SK businessmen’s Kaesong visit 20 May 2019 08:17
  • [Editorial] It is our duty to fully investigate the truth of the Gwangju Democratization Movement 20 May 2019 08:17
  • Editorial Cartoon (May 20, 2019) 20 May 2019 07:39
  • Editorial: End the bloodshed 20 May 2019 06:46 In the wake of recent US bombing against a police convoy at Helmand causing lives to at least 17 including local commander, wide range unrest and panic is escalating in parts and parcels of the country. Beside former President Hamid Karzai, the incident is …
  • EDITORIAL: Charter schools show they can replicate success at new campuses 20 May 2019 05:33 Creating something successful and replicating that success at scale are two different things. The good news for students is that a new study shows some charter schools can do both. Creating something successful and replicating that success are two …
  • Editorial: The fact that day-care facilities are not a norm in our parliament is shameful 20 May 2019 02:55 May 20, 2019 AMERICAN online payment giant PayPal will not be coming to Pakistan, a Senate committee was told last week. Despite... Updated May 20, 2019 Three decades ago, Benazir Bhutto became the first elected leader in the world to give birth in office. …
  • Editorial: 'It's time to face reality and step up no-deal planning' 20 May 2019 01:46 On Thursday, the UK voters face the absurd prospect of picking deputies for a parliament which makes laws for an entity they are intent on leaving. This surreal election comes because the UK's political leaders cannot agree on the Brexit terms - and by …
  • Editorial: The numbers tell the tale in Buffalo schools 20 May 2019 01:03 For a window into just how complicated it is to run a school district as large and diverse as Buffalo’s, consider a couple of recent stories in The News: • Even as enrollment in the district’s schools has been declining, the number of teachers and staff …
  • EDITORIAL COMMENT: US$500million facility to stabilise prices, tame black market 19 May 2019 23:34 The Chronicle THERE has been a surge in parallel market rates of late, triggering massive price hikes and an erosion of disposable incomes. Businesses, most of whom source their foreign currency on the black market, have been hit hard and are passing on …
  • Editorial: Emefiele’s reappointment: A break with tradition 19 May 2019 23:21 Generally, public policies and government actions, more often than not, are a function or product of tradition, which is an established way of doing things. The reason is that tradition makes for stability and predictability in conduct and expectations. …
  • Editorial: The biggest chunk of your tax bill is up for a vote 19 May 2019 22:50 On Tuesday, voters in Riverhead and Southold towns will go to the polls to vote on school district budgets. Several districts are offering propositions along with their budgets, and voters will need to read those closely before making a decision,  For …
  • Editorial Comment: Time to deal with price madness is now 19 May 2019 22:40 The Herald The move by Government, through the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to stabilise the interbank exchange rate through a US$500 million draw down facility is laudable. The facility starts being drawn down today. Suffice to say, the facility raised …
  • Forum Editorial: We don’t value green space enough 19 May 2019 19:37 We’re referring, of course, to Beaton Farm, a modest patch of open space near the Sheyenne River and 19th Avenue South, an area that is becoming increasingly congested from development. Park board members approached the West Fargo Planning and Zoning …
  • Editorial: 'European elections at a critical time'   19 May 2019 18:06 0 Comments Editorial: 'European elections at a critical time' Independent.ie With some justification, the elections to the European Parliament on Friday are considered to be the most important for some time, probably in the history of the European …
  • Editorial: District 1 needs representation on County Board 19 May 2019 15:24 No voice when the proposed property tax levy must be certified to the state in September. No voice when the budget is finalized in December. No voice when big issues come up for a vote. READ MORE: Goodhue County commissioners don't name Allen's …
  • EDITORIAL: Economic growth and agricalture inseparable 19 May 2019 14:50 Tanzania is in the middle of its parliamentary budget session in the nation’s de jure capital Dodoma slap-bang in the middle of the sprawling country of some 56 million souls.... read more... Published By: The Citizen - Today Toa Maoni yako hapa - Add your …
  • Editorial cartoon (1): May 19, 2019 19 May 2019 12:05
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  • Canton Repository Editorial Board members answer your questions at Belden Village Mall 19 May 2019 10:51 Staff report Sunday May 19, 2019 at 5:40 AM Coffee and conversation event is Friday morning at 10:30 a.m. at Belden Village Mall. Free coffee and thoughts for citizen and readers. Have a burning question you would like to ask the Editorial Board of The …
  • [Editorial] Food aid 19 May 2019 09:19 The South Korean government is poised to send food aid to North Korea at a time when denuclearization talks between the North and the US need a fresh boost. It is doubtful, however, that the donation alone would be able to draw Pyongyang back to the …
  • NWA EDITORIAL: Trail, baby, trail 19 May 2019 06:28 "The purpose of this Conservation Easement is to ensure that the Brooks-Hummel Nature Reserve will remain forever predominantly in its present condition as a nature park preserving the natural habitat as much as possible, with the City of Fayetteville …
  • Editorial Comment: Engagement key to development 19 May 2019 06:15 Editorial Comment The initiative by Chitungwiza’s new mayor Lawrence Maiko to meet residents to get feedback on issues to do with service delivery and to share views on developments in the town is a commendable move. The mayor says he has embarked on this …
  • Editorial: Courts must answer evil act 19 May 2019 06:12 A new member of the family was coming. A baby boy: Marlen Ochoa-Lopez and Yovani Lopez’s boy. Nine months pregnant, Marlen already had a 3-year-old son who now would have a brother. Marlen, 19, was doing the things that parents do when they’re bringing a …
  • EDITORIAL: The little engine that couldn’t 19 May 2019 04:35 “Government programs, once launched, never disappear.” Ronald Reagan said. “Actually, a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we’ll ever see on Earth.” The 40th president’s words continue to ring true. Consider California’s bullet train. …
  • EDITORIAL COMMENT: Fight against corruption is for everyone 19 May 2019 03:42 The Sunday News PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has always spoken against corruption and has implored every Zimbabwean to shun the evil practice. Speaking in a special Independence Day interview, the Head of State and Government said the various hurdles in …
  • Editorial: Kaira’s son's death — In the age of information, empathy should not become the casualty 19 May 2019 02:44 ON Friday, PPP Punjab president Qamar Zaman Kaira’s son was killed in a car accident, along with his friend. To lose a child is one of the greatest sorrows to befall a parent, and messages of condolence began pouring in. Along with these expressions of …
  • Editorial: Grand visions on Buffalo's waterfront 18 May 2019 23:06 The visions for a transformed Buffalo waterfront could have been much more modest. Say there had only been a “Buffalo Million” from the state, or that the development of Canalside stopped progressing four or five years ago, or the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. …
  • Tribune editorial: There is indeed $40 million of need for Utah’s homeless 18 May 2019 22:53 It’s the dawn of a new era for homelessness in Utah, and Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox is drawing a hard line. Cox, who heads the state’s Homeless Coordinating Committee, delivered the news this week that the state will fund less than half of the $40 million in …
  • Editorial: SMA sufferer's fight for care 18 May 2019 17:58 EDITORIAL: Today we have highlighted the plight of a young Kiwi expat in Australia looking to come home. But she has a degenerative disease alleviated by a new drug that Australia funds and New Zealand does not. Natalie Edwards, 16, will need to come home …
  • Up there, Earth looks serene -- State Journal editorial from 50 years ago 18 May 2019 16:47 This State Journal editorial ran on May 20, 1969, two months before American astronaut Neil Armstrong took the first step on the moon: It looked like a child’s marble floating in space. A blue, green and white glassie that gods might use in an interstellar …
  • Editorial Cartoon (May 18, 2019) 18 May 2019 16:10
  • Editorial: Week in Review — May 18 18 May 2019 14:26 Pushing through the pain A $2.47 million project to revitalize and beautify downtown Massillon with a more visitor-friendly facade has its critics. Some believe the streetscape effort, billed as a rebirth that will spur economic development, is an …
  • Editorial: Thanks to the award-winners and all those who protect the public's safety 18 May 2019 12:04 Commissioner Stephen Wantz closed his remarks Wednesday during the annual Public Safety Awards by saying, “We should say thank you on a regular basis for those who run in when others run out.” Yes we should. Wednesday, which was Peace Officers Memorial Day …
  • Editorial: Thumbs up 'Nope to Dope' walk, Tech Center project moving forward, farmers market season 18 May 2019 11:00 THUMBS UP: This morning at 9, those in recovery, friends, advocates and supporters will gather at Triangle Recovery Club at 2 N. Court Street in Westminster, listen to a speaker and then trek all the way down Main Street and back for the fourth annual “We …
  • EDITORIAL: Improve organisation of mainland footbal league 18 May 2019 09:21 The Tanzania Mainland Premier League (TPL) will climax on May 28, when all the 20 participating club teams will be in action at different venues across the country. Traditional football archrivals Simba and Young Africans (Yanga) are virtually neck-and- …
  • EDITORIAL: Official must act restraint 18 May 2019 09:21 What for all practical purposes amounts to a tiff between National Assembly Speaker Job Ndugai and Stephen Masele is as uncalled for as it is ill-advised and embarrassing. Mr Masele is a member of the Tanzania’s National Assembly as well as a member of the …
  • Editorial: One way to end bickering about death penalty 18 May 2019 06:49 The Supreme Court justices’ tempers are showing. In an unusual written exchange released Monday, conservative members of the court — divided over a Texas death penalty case — argued about whether the court was right to halt the execution of Patrick Henry …
  • Editorial cartoon (1): May 18, 2019 18 May 2019 06:32
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  • EDITORIAL: Nevada moves to stop innovative medical facilities 18 May 2019 04:55 It makes sense that Nevada’s existing medical care providers want to handicap new competitors. That doesn’t mean elected officials should be doing their bidding. In a cut-throat, protectionist sort of way, it makes sense that Nevada’s existing medical …
  • Editorial: Fresh thinking on ex-offenders will strengthen our economy 18 May 2019 04:39 Some central Indiana businesses, exasperated by the struggle to find qualified workers, are mining a new source of talent—ex-offenders. We’re pleased to see this trend unfold—and we credit the Indy Chamber for helping to accelerate it. Chambers of commerce …
  • Bob Layton’s editorial: May 17 18 May 2019 04:33
  • EDITORIAL: Yes, even killers deserve due process 18 May 2019 03:39 Yukoners who don’t spend a lot of time focused on the justice system here likely missed a really important concession made by the Yukon government in court earlier this month. The territory finally acknowledged that the Whitehorse Correctional Centre (WCC) …
  • Editorial: Project could eventually be a life-saver in Kelly 18 May 2019 03:31 Voices quivered. Eyes, in some cases, were red either from tears, intensity of frustration or both. It was a Tuesday night in Kelly, the small community of about 200 — and really just about every one of them — packed into the church by the highway, the …
  • EDITORIAL – A good time to re-discover Discovery Day 18 May 2019 02:51 “Since pre-Columbian Amerindians are not known to have visited the Cayman Islands, the history of the islands and their people effectively began on 10 May 1503, when Christopher Columbus and his men were the first Europeans to sight and describe Cayman …
  • Editorial: DASB senator pay undeserved and irresponsible 18 May 2019 02:37 The student government leader’s resolution to pay DASB senators for their work shows just how self-indulgent and out of touch they are with De Anza College’s financial reality. During their May 15 meeting, DASB senators voted unanimously to provide a …
  • Editorial: Render unto Caesar 18 May 2019 02:16 In January 2018, in the midst of a severe flu season, the Catholic Diocese of Maine instituted protocols to impede the spread. Parishioners with flu symptoms were asked to stay home. For them, the Sunday Mass obligation was lifted. The communion ritual was …
  • Editorial: Open primaries, yes 18 May 2019 02:16 Maine is a national leader when it comes to the way it runs its elections. Programs such as same-day voter registration, Clean Elections public financing and a paper record of every vote that can be relied on in the event of a recount put our state in the …
  • Editorial: 'Doonbeg or dromoland? let's be diplomatic about it' 18 May 2019 02:06 Not long ago Leo Varadkar was eager to curry favour with America's president. So eager, he bragged to an embarrassed audience in Washington how he had personally intervened with Clare County Council to make sure a windfarm Trump was opposing would not …
  • Editorial: Mock collision an important high school event – even when cancelled by rain 18 May 2019 01:23 (Last Updated On: May 16, 2019)A year ago, sirens screamed through the streets behind Morinville Community High School (MCHS). Police, paramedics, and firefighters arrived at the scene of a two-vehicle collision that claimed the life of one teenager, sent …
  • Editorial: Thoughts and Prayers Are Not Enough 18 May 2019 01:00 Since the March 2018 March For Our Lives, there have been more than two dozen school shootings. (Photo by Kimberly Dijkstra)Another shooting in Colorado last week brings up emotions of anger and sadness at the thought that this has happened yet again, with …
  • Shelter Island Reporter Editorial: Journalism 2019 18 May 2019 00:31 Courtesy photo Our mission has long been to provide you with the very best community journalism. And beginning at the end of this month, we’re asking more of our readers to support that mission. Beginning on May 28, digital access to shelterislandreporter. …
  • EDITORIAL COMMENT : Soccer fans don’t love this Umbro kit — for a good reason 18 May 2019 00:18 The Herald THE Umbro kit for our national football teams, which was unveiled in Harare on Thursday, has sparked another wave of debate amid an outpouring of emotions among a huge constituency which feels the apparel is an insult to the status of the teams …
  • EDITORIAL COMMENT: Unki platinum smelter to accelerate beneficiation/value addition drive 18 May 2019 00:07 The Chronicle WE applaud mining conglomerate, Anglo American, for constructing a smelting plant at its Unki platinum in Shurugwi as this will accelerate efforts by Government towards value addition and beneficiation of the country’s minerals.  Currently, …
  • Editorial Cartoons of the Week (May 11 to 17) 17 May 2019 23:45
  • Editorial: Don't reward Senecas with sports betting 17 May 2019 23:20 One money-grab at a time. Before New York State allows in-person sports betting that could further enrich the Seneca Nation of Indians, it should require that the nation’s three Western New York casinos pay all the money they already owe to the state and, …
  • Community editorial board: Don’t play into fear; instead, focus on the positive 17 May 2019 22:05 Terrorists attacked mosques a month after we visited New Zealand. While having lunch with a friend, I saw an all-news channel with never-ending viewing and analysis. It was painful to watch because of: People were killed; There was a media circus; and, No …
  • Editorial: Phones are the new driving peril 17 May 2019 21:28 Recent horrors on local roads and this year's aberrant national road toll are nothing short of ghoulish. I was reminded of this when speaking this week to a police officer who recently had the burden of telling a victim's family that their loved …
  • EDITORIAL COMMENT : Dialogue, not confrontation, the answer 17 May 2019 21:17 The Herald President Mnangagwa’s meeting with representatives of medical doctors should be the beginning of a good working relationship for both the Government and the medical fraternity while putting to rest a litany of challenges that have been …
  • NBC5 Editorial: Fishing classic - MyNBC5-WPTZ 17 May 2019 20:54
  • Editorial: Firing of Strach shows Democrats' hypocrisy 17 May 2019 20:12 Kim Strach, the executive director of the state Board of Elections, was doing a good job before she got fired Monday. She’d helped guide the board through the minefield of the 9th Congressional District election fraud scandal. She’d offered strong …
  • Editorial: Decision helps out app lawsuit 17 May 2019 20:12 Friday May 17, 2019 at 2:01 AM Calls to break up Facebook this week were interrupted by a more immediate threat to a company just down the road. The Supreme Court's decision allowing an antitrust lawsuit against Apple to proceed is relatively narrow, …
  • Editorial: End phone records program no longer in use 17 May 2019 20:12 A surveillance program that allows the U.S. government to comb through hundreds of millions of Americans’ telephone records in search of connections to terrorism could soon be a thing of the past. That would be good news for personal privacy and …
  • Editorial: Are the SBP and govt ready to handle the aftermath of rupee devaluation? 17 May 2019 19:05 THE dollar shot up in both markets on Thursday, touching Rs148 in interbank and open market trade briefly before settling at Rs146. Considering it had opened at slightly above Rs141, the drop was significant, and anxiety has been stoked about what is to …
  • Editorial: Fix the ‘time off to vote’ law 17 May 2019 17:56 We are unequivocally pro-voting. Voter turnout always seems like a disappointment, except in the most hotly contested elections. All citizens should exercise their franchise. But doing so does not excuse us from our other adult responsibilities – even if …
  • Editorial: Bipartisan family caregiver support 17 May 2019 17:45
  • Editorial: Stopping bullying in schools starts at home 17 May 2019 17:16 EDITORIAL: Starting school marks a great milestone in a child's life - not to mention that of their parents or caregivers. Done well, the experience should be enjoyable, exciting even, certainly enriching, engaging and empowering. Ideally, that should …
  • Editorial: Blues have chance at some sort of redemption tonight 17 May 2019 17:14 EDITORIAL: The Blues have become synonymous with disappointment, the Super Rugby titles in 1996, 1997 and 2003 long forgotten. Seven seasons without knockout football and a singular top 10 finish will do that. Mention the team and the conversation …
  • Editorial: Project D.E.E.P builds pride of community 17 May 2019 16:57 Project D.E.E.P. participants were photographed at Monday night's 23rd annual Recognition Night at Florian Hall. John Sweeney photo For 23 years and counting, they have helped kids and teens get ready for entrance exams and offered extra help on tough …
  • Editorial: People of honour — Your time is now 17 May 2019 16:51 The frequency with which the names “Zuma” and “Gupta” dripped off our lips is slowing down. Our most recent memories of Jacob Zuma may be of his capitulation, but this week we were reminded of another time when, as deputy president, he allegedly helped …
  • Editorial: EFF must expect scrutiny 17 May 2019 16:51 On Tuesday evening, out of the blue, the Economic Freedom Fighters Gauteng provincial chairperson tweeted a bizarre attack on the Mail & Guardian. “The Mail & Guardian readership and circulation figures are low and they are looking for gossip about …
  • Editorial: A parking strategy drowning in complexity and frustration seeks a lifeline 17 May 2019 15:26 Each time a study or staff report is prepared to try and address the multiple problems with the parking challenges facing Palo Alto residents, employers, employees and visitors alike, the solutions seem more elusive. But at least the latest report, …
  • Editorial: Increased hate crimes demand more vigilance and tolerance 17 May 2019 14:31 Hate crimes, targeting Jews and Muslims and other minorities, are raging across North America. The latest was at a synagogue outside San Diego, resulting in the slaying of a Jewish woman at prayer services and injuries to three others. The alleged …
  • Editorial: NC needs conscience in Congress, not Trump cult followers 17 May 2019 12:45 CBC Editorial: Friday, May 17, 2019; Editorial #8422 The following is the opinion of Capitol Broadcasting Company In the United States loyalty to a president isn’t blind. You might not know that by the way leaders of North Carolina’s congressional …
  • Editorial Comment: Corruption undermining ED’s Second Republic 17 May 2019 06:44 Editorial Comment ALTHOUGH President Emmerson Mnangagwa is on record saying corruption, a socio-economic cancer that has continued to eat into the country’s moral fabric, will not be tolerated in his “Second Republic” after it had become unforgivably …