11 political cartoons on Oprah running for president and more
Here are some political cartoons on recent news events.
Michelle Singletary: Don't spend more than you can afford for your child's college
Michelle Singletary in her "Color of Money" column advises: Don't spend more than you can afford for your child's college.
Letter: Romney won't resist Trump's agenda
In my opinion, Romney is like Jeff Flake, who spoke out against Trump but would not resist his legislative agenda.
In our opinion: Assisting in suicide should have legal recourse
A bill before the Utah Legislature would add assisted suicide to the state’s manslaughter statute. That is an appropriate measure that could give law enforcement authorities more prosecutorial leverage.
Op-ed: Immigrants are only taking the jobs we would rather not do
The fact remains that the jobs these immigrants are “taking away” from us are jobs not many of us would want to, or even could do.
Letter: The health of presidents
Even if there are medical concerns, they probably won't matter unless they are severe mental health issues.
Patricia Jones: A dive into a candidate's financial history could help end voter's remorse
If political candidates volunteered their credit report, assuming it is favorable, it would build trust with voters.
Op-ed: In Oregon, progressivism spills over at the pump
Frank Lloyd Wright purportedly said, "Tip the world over on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles." Today, however, Oregon is the state with the strangest state of mind, which has something to do with it being impeccably progressive.
Op-ed: Solar tariffs won’t put the American worker first
Why should one of our economy’s top contributors be penalized for taking advantage of the free market?
Op-ed: In Trump's White House, it's the survival of the servile
White House staffers have two general objectives: to serve the president and to please the president. The two do not always coincide.