As a public school special education teacher, I felt sick to my stomach as I heard the results of Tuesday’s vote on Betsy DeVos.
Regarding your editorial of Feb. 8, “The importance of accuracy, neutrality,” you write that you have not “dropped” any of your syndicated columnists based on their political leanings.
Kelly Shackelford’s Jan. 21 op-ed in The Hill, “6 ways Trump can advance religious freedom in his first 100 days,” is full of misinformation.
Reference John the Baptist. Quote. Men have loved the darkness, rather than the light for their works were wicked.
I may have to sue The Journal or something if you keep making me choke on my grits and sausage during breakfast. At least I was laughing while I choked.
What we’re now seeing in President Trump is a scary trend toward a hyper-nationalist and xenophobic agenda.
I read the story about the reopening of A.R. Lewis Elementary School as the new location for the sixth- to 12th-grade alternative school for the School District of Pickens County.
Most citizens of our great nation know very little about the Supreme Court of the United States. Currently there are eight justices on the court — five men and three women.
As one who grew up in Seneca and New York City, I did not grow up in a bubble.
In attempting to discuss the issues of the day, I get frustrated with those who declare their opinions as fact. His or her opinion cites either a set of “facts,” or an interpretation of what they believe to be fact.
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And just WHAT do you think his prose was?Make fun of Trump and his c...
I know God reads everything you post and what is in your heart. It does ...