Letters to the Editor: 4-12-18

A year ago, I was nominated to be an applicant of the National Teachers Hall of Fame in which the organization chooses only five...

A rat-mazing tale

Heigh ho the derry-o, the rat takes the cheese. Truth be told, he only found the hard casing from some excellent honest-to-gosh, real from...

Is the target real news or fake news?

So is Sinclair Broadcast Group standing up for honest journalism? Or is it shilling for a president who likes to shout “fake news” every...

Mark Zuckerberg’s insufferable tripe

Once again, Mark Zuckerberg is sorry. The founder of Facebook, who has apologized for privacy breaches throughout much of his company’s existence, is back at...

Terra Brantley is using her story to teach, inspire others

About 130 women filled the dining hall but you could have heard a pin drop. Terra Brantley, 54, is known perhaps in equal parts for...

How should America respond to Syria’s use of chemical weapons?

On April 22, 1915, chlorine gas, wafted by favorable breezes, drifted from German lines toward enemy positions held by French troops near Ypres, Belgium....

The futility of Trump’s politics of outrage

President Trump doubled down last week on his repulsive charge that immigrants from south of our border are “rapists.” It was another sign of...

2,400-mile road trip to sunny south Florida

It’s always enjoyable to make a short trip in the middle of what still feels like an Indiana winter to spend some time in...

Much to be proud of

My wife and I along with friends attended another “outstanding” theater production this weekend, performed by the Wells Community Theater. We are so proud to...

What government interest is served by disenfranchising felons?

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The bumpy path of Desmond Meade’s life meandered to its current interesting point. He is a graduate of Florida International University...