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Editorials

  • Photo op is a personal choice

    The following editorial was published in the Boston Herald on April 19.

    Five years ago we were drowning in a sea of outrage over Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas’ decision to “snub” President Obama during his team’s visit to the White House.

  • Thumbs: Our high country lowdown on the news - April 21, 2017

    THUMBS UP! HELPING OTHERS LIVE

  • Stop sexual assault

    The following editorial was published in the Des Moines (Iowa) Register on April 13.

    All of us have so much to learn about sexual assault on college campuses. Why are complaints rising? How can we prevent the crimes? Just how big is the problem?

  • Flying the unfriendly skies

    The following editorial was published in the Chicago Tribune on April 11.

    With much of the world — thanks to social media — appalled at United Airlines for having a passenger dragged off a Chicago-to-Louisville, Ky. flight, we’re reminded of the story of how an airline put one of its customers first:

  • Thumbs: Our high country lowdown on the news - April 14, 2017

    THUMBS DOWN! LET’S FIX THE ROADS
    For a number of years, motorists have needed to do some creative dodging of the several manholes on Hot Springs Boulevard, near the New Mexico Behavioral Health Center. Many people have been stopped (but not necessarily ticketed) by police, who observe motorists trying to dodge the manholes, whose position on the highway is not uniform. We urge authorities to make efforts to align these manholes to avoid drivers’ having to pay for expensive front-end alignments. Swerving to avoid auto damage should NOT be a ticketable offense.

  • Time for a clear strategy

    The following editorial was published in the Minneapolis Star Tribune on April 7.

    President Trump’s decisive action in launching a missile strike against Syria has put the world on notice that the U.S. will not shy away from using force to achieve its goals. That has been a matter of some concern in recent years in light of Syrian dictator Bashar Assad’s history of atrocities, saber-rattling by North Korea, and increasingly aggressive behavior by Russian military against western countries.

  • Score one for balance of powers

    The following editorial was published in the New London Day (Conn.) on March 27:

    And now for our next act. The failure of the American Health Care Act to make it across home plate had the minute-by-minute drama of a closely contested game, right down to the breaking news that House Speaker Paul Ryan was “rushing” to the White House to inform the president that he couldn’t get the votes to pass the bill.

  • Thumbs: Our high country lowdown on the news - April 7, 2017

    THUMBS UP! BEING CHEERFUL
    Winning two out of three is admirable. That’s what the West Las Vegas cheerleading team accomplished over the weekend of March 24-25 at The Pit in Albuquerque. The squad, led by head coach Isabel Cavazos, scored an enviable 142.07, beating out Hatch Valley in the runner-up position. The West cheer team lost by a narrow margin in 2016, but took top honors the year before.

    THUMBS UP! A $10 MILLION GRANT

  • Solve health care problem

    The following editorial was published in the Minneapolis Star Tribune on March 31.

    The rationale heard repeatedly in Congress from Minnesota Rep. Jason Lewis and others during the debate over the Republican health reform plan boiled down to this: We should vote for this bill because we made a campaign promise to repeal Obamacare.

  • Climate policy is essential

    The following editorial appeared in The Washington Post on March 28.

    Under President Barack Obama’s leadership, the world finally began addressing one of the greatest challenges human beings have ever faced, a multi-generational struggle to keep the planet temperate and accommodating to human life.

    President Trump’s move to rip up Mr. Obama’s climate policies are beyond reckless. Children studying his presidency will ask, “How could anyone have done this?”