Biden's ideas deserve votes, not filibusters (Chris Truax)

Although Mr. Truax is identified as a Republican, he doesn't seem to know who has been invoking the impeachment rule with great frequency in recent years, i.e., Senate Democrats. Also, the latest word is that Democrats are not willing to have a debate about the minimum wage increase, they simply want it approved. Read More…

Biden faces scrutiny over reliance on executive orders (Aamer Madhani)

White House defends record pace of presidential actions since Inauguration Day. Read More…

Biden vows to tackle the disease of disunity (USA Today editorial)

Editorial gushes over the curative power of President Biden's inauguration speech. Read More…

Conservatives like me have hope after Biden Speech (Mary Kate Cary)

A traditional conservative take on Biden's inauguration speech was along the lines of "trust but verify." Read More…

Help us heal (News Journal editorial)

This piece attributes all recent problems to Republicans, thereby effectively equating national reconciliation with unconditional GOP surrender. Read More…

Former Del. AG: Trump not to blame for siege (Meredith Newman et al.)

Here's is but one of countless examples of the lockstep denial by the mainstream media that there were any significant flaws in the conduct of the 2020 elections. Read More…

Let's make a deal on the COVID vaccine (Jonathan Zimmerman)

To calm the political conversation, all concerned need to give some ground. Here's an example of how it might work. Read More…

Trump praises progress on vaccine (Zeke Miller et al., AP)

President Trump given zero credit from the mainstream press for a major achievement, rapid and apparently successful development of a vaccine (the first of several in the pipeline) for a COVID vaccine. Read More…

States: Voting smooth despite Trump claims (Christina Cassidy et al.)

A text-book example of one-sided news reporting, which supports a preconceived conclusion versus attempting to ascertain what is happening. Read More…

Tragedy: GOP not fleeing Trumpism (Paul Brandus)

Columnist concedes that Democrats didn't win a mandate in the elections, yet argues Republicans should throw in the towel anyway. Read More…

Trump's historic, dishonest press conference (Tom Nichols, USA Today)

This account exhibits unjustifiable animus against the president, it might as well have been titled "Orange man bad." Read More…

Trump's massive vote total breaks my heart (Michael Stern, USA Today)

Far from acknowledging that the media played a less than noble role in the election results, this column demonizes all Trump voters as bigots or fools. Read More…

Election will be meaningless unless we change (Mitch Albom, Detroit Free Press)

This piece raises some good questions, especially the media's role in the tumultuous discord of the past four years. Read More…

Trump's foreign policy record (USA Today)

Trump's foreign policy record is dismissed as a lot of bluster and showmanship without many notable accomplishments. He deserves more credit for having the courage to reexamine and challenge a number of policies that were misguided or outdated, whereas his predecessors were courting long-term disaster by sticking with the status quo. Read More…

Could Russia be tied to information cited in story (Caren Bohan et al., USA Today)

Here's a textbook example of how to discredit unfavorable information without addressing it on the merits. Read More…

Donald Trump would repeal Obamacare with a nothing burger (USA Today)

If the only possible choices were the Biden healthcare plan or the Trump healthcare plan as it now stands, the conclusion of this editorial might seem persuasive. But there is another choice, which would be to tell our political leaders to go back to the drawing board on healthcare and come up with a plan that would enhance consumer choices and competition.
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Earth's future at stake in election (USA Today)

Billed as the first in a series of USA Today analyses of election issues, this editorial endorses the Biden climate plan versus current administration policies. Read More…

A new slant on the Constitution (News Journal)

The point here seems to be to slam President Trump, not reflect on the Constitution. Read More…

AG's priorities should focus on Delaware (Vernon Proctor)

This letter makes far more sense than reports attempting to justify DE suit against the oil industry for causing global warming. Read More…

We must protect Delaware from damage by fossil fuel industry (Kathleen Jennings & Shawn Garvin)

Delaware officials lambaste oil companies for allegedly misleading the public about the catastrophic effects of using fossil fuels to power our economy and motor vehicles. Read More…
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