people are arguing loudly against homosexuality, saying it’s against
the laws of their gods, and trying to force those beliefs on everyone,
using our government and laws to do it. This is wrong.
government was founded on the basis that religion is to be kept out of
it, and that religions ...
The following editorial appears on Bloomberg View:
Any doubts that the U.S. military has been unable to address its own problems with sexual assault should be dispelled by a just-released Department of Defense survey.
The economist Milton Friedman arned that the United States cannot have open borders and an extensive welfare state. He was right, and his reasoning extends to amnesty for the more than 11 million unlawful immigrants in this country.
Polybius, in his "Histories," tells the story of Antiochus IV, ruler of the Seleucid Empire, who invaded Egypt during the second century B.C. The Egyptians, led by Ptolemy, sent urgently to Rome for assistance.
In the April 28, 2013, issue of the Brainerd Dispatch, Keith Hansen wrote an editorial stating that investing 40 percent of the state's budget in K-12 education "seemed a bit steep" and called for more results.
Keith Hansen's April 23 editorial on the beginning of an American meltdown has two major themes. The first is the danger of our many internal polarizing conflicts. The second is the danger of jihadist terrorism.