Editorials

Representatives Must Represent; Public Misled on Keystone XL

On Friday, the State Department released the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the much-debated Keystone XL Pipeline. What follows is an open letter of sorts to the representatives of Nebraska in the United States Congress.

A Postal Service Monopoly is Possible

In a release received via email this week from the CEO and General Counsel of the National Newspaper Association, Tonda F. Rush, the opening line read this: “Unlimited Postal Rate Increases Proposed by Senate Leaders.” Say WHAT?????

A Risk We Can't Take

There has been another recent push to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline. Canada just came public urging the U.S. to decide on the project, a 1,200 mile pipeline that would carry an estimated 830,000 barrels of oil from the Alberta tar sands each day.

Rampant Fraud

The narrative that the welfare system is broken and ripe with fraud has gone too far.

The Two Triggers

As I sat down to finish writing this on Tuesday, I have learned of another shooting making headlines today, which injured three people on a Texas college campus.

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