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The challenge is to recognize our own biases and sift through what’s important and what isn’t.
We can emerge as a country together once again this time, if whoever is elected goes big.
The faithful who turn out for Trump’s rallies hold to certain articles of faith. One is that they are the majority of American voters, no matter what the “corrupt” polls say.
Obama has turned a blind eye to the long-term risks of this corridor.
Who deserves your vote? Joel Mathis and Ben Boychuk, the RedBlueAmerica columnists, debate the issue.
An overwhelming 73 percent of U.S. teenagers own or have access to a smartphone, compared to just 23 percent of teens in 2011.
Targeting students from a position of cowardly anonymity is only the latest — and ugliest — stage in the well-funded project to shield Israel from criticism on campus.
It takes focus to cut through the campaign fog
Issues have become secondary to personalities
Californians are on the verge of tripling the number of American adults who can legally acquire marijuana without interference from doctors, dealers or cops.
County commission races
During Wednesday night’s debate, all sorts of people got their sombreros, bra straps and pacifiers in a twist over comments Donald Trump made.
Daily World endorsement goes to Teresa Purcell
While other voter blocs were disrespected in some of these emails, Catholics were treated with contempt for their “severely backwards” way of thinking.
Trump met his match when he disrespected women. They represent about 53 percent of the electorate.
What is striking in this year’s presidential race is that for the first time in modern campaign history, multiple contenders openly endorsed the populist charge that American democracy has been corrupted by mega money from billionaires and corporations.
How would Donald Trump perform as the commander-in-chief during a disaster?
She’s a Clinton — a Democrat who believes in progressive goals, but who’s willing to trim them, postpone them, even throw them under a bus (temporarily, anyway) when practical politics requires.
What might a post-Trump GOP look like?
We all have a lot to contemplate after this election cycle, including some ugly truths it has revealed about our nation.