Daily Archive : Thursday September 3, 2015

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    Slusher: Remember reliability, not just immediacy of breaking news

    Columnist Jim Slusher: The callousness is vexing enough, but the damage all this does to the reliability of information adds to the unease with which readers and listeners should approach all this “news” they’re getting from their friends and neighbors and political or social fellow travelers at their favorite social media watering

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    We must close birthright loophole
    A Palatine letter to the editor: Those who support the 14th Amendment’s birthright citizenship (jus soli) are extremely short sighted.

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    Publishing Clinton story promoted falsehood
    An Elk Grove Village letter to the editor: To run Ken Dilanian’s article about experts not seeing any criminal violations in Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information is a disservice to journalism.

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    Not too late to fix school-pay outrage
    A Fox River Grove letter to the editor: As a tax paying resident of Barrington Community Unit School District 220, I am appalled to learn our school board awarded a contract to RJB Properties Inc. that pays our high school custodians an abysmally low hourly rate of $8.50.

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    At some point, we have to say ‘enough’
    A Mundelein letter to the editor: While reading the article about the immigration shift in this country in the Sunday edition of the Daily Herald, it occurred to me that even though we, as a whole, are basically a charitable people to those in need, at some point, we have to say, close the door.

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    Purse search was needless, insulting
    An Antioch letter to the editor: In its effort to protect its patrons, the theater engaged in a search of senior citizens’ purses, a search that treats its patrons unequally.

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    Fund programs most likely for success
    A Wheaton letter to the editor: Regarding the Daily Herald article on funding for heroin treatment, I think I know why the governor changed the proposed law’s funding.

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    Students: You gave word to pay off loans
    A Naperville letter to the editor: When I went to college I knew how much money I was borrowing on my student loan and what payments would be expected of me after graduation.

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    IAPD administrator salaries outrageous
    A Glen Ellyn letter to the editor: Dear Illinois Association of Park Districts board members, based on recent news articles the salary amount and salary increases for IAPD administrators is outrageous.

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    Changes needed to election format
    A Glen Ellyn letter to the editor: It’s clear that every discussion concerning politics always draws down to the same two word conclusion: Term Limits.

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

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

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