It staggers the imagination that, as shown in a recent section-front photo in the Review-Journal, first-grade students were allowed to splatter their principal and assistant principal with whipped cream pies. It’s a breakdown of respect for the dignity of the office, wrong of the school and wrong of the parents to condone such behavior. Then we wonder why kids go bad.
Weinstein trial coming to a conclusion.
Why are resources being diverted from real traffic issues?
A waste of TV time.
Actions speak louder than words.
I don’t think we are asking too much to be treated fairly.
We absolutely support your Wednesday editorial advocating for abandoning this chaotic and time-consuming caucuses as a means of awarding presidential delegates. Early voting for the Nevada caucuses was very confusing —- the ballot instructions were poor and volunteers were unsure how to handle questions about the process. They were, however, very dedicated to making sure the voter results were accurately recorded.
His administration is the most corrupt in American history.
Once freedom is given up, you don’t get it back without a fight.
Time to go back to a primary.
What he has unleashed will take decades to clean up.