Daily Archive : Thursday September 28, 2017

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    Slusher: Kneeling, patriotism, talking and the need to listen

    Columnist Jim Slusher: “We need to talk.” It’s one of the most dreaded phrases in the English language. But when said, it’s usually true. Just as true and just as dreaded, though perhaps not as familiar, is its natural corollary.

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    Trump’s big problem: He talks too much

    Columnist Byron York: President Trump’s speech in Alabama Friday night lasted one hour and 23 minutes. A transcript of his remarks runs to just over 12,000 words.

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    The morality ‘thread’
    A Mount Prospect letter to the editor: There is a “common thread” in man’s inhumanity to man in criminal acts and violent acts like strong armed robberies, road rage and incidents of hacking.

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    Where is outrage over the crisis in Yemen?
    A Mundelein letter to the editor: Do you believe that the media coverage on the war in Yemen has been sufficient? Do you believe Americans even know we are at war in Yemen?

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    Confederate leaders were traitors to U.S.
    An Arlington Heights letter to the editor: This opinion is in response to a Sept. 22 letter by Mr. Harold Knudsen claiming that Confederate leaders should be honored.

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    Lack of morality is root of our problems
    A Mount Prospect letter to the editor: There is a “common thread” in man’s inhumanity to man in criminal acts and violent acts like strong armed robberies, road rage and incidents of hacking.

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    Why let liberal states determine elections?
    An Elgin letter to the editor: We keep seeing columns and opinion pieces on abolishing the Electoral College and going to a popular vote. This would obviously be a dream come true for one of the two major parties.

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    Wheaton College silence is consent
    A Cary, North Carolina, letter to the editor: Dear President Ryken and the Board of Trustees: Your silence is consent. As a Wheaton College alumna, I am more than “deeply troubled” by the recent news that five Wheaton football players viciously attacked a fellow player.

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    Today’s Opinion Page editorial cartoon
    Today’s Daily Herald Opinion page editorial cartoon

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