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Editorial Roundup: Primary — The lowest bar to political involvement

We also have both U.S. Senate seats up, Amy Klobuchar’s for a full six-year term and a special election to fill the final two years for the seat opened by Al Franken’s resignation. That job is current... read more

Alabama editorial roundup

The Gadsden Times on fox sightings in Alabama: Foxes — specifically Vulpes vulpes, the red fox, and Urocyon cinereoargenteus, the gray fox — are native to every portion of Alabama. (...) So nobody oug... read more

Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials

The Washington Post asks who is paying for the next Supreme Court justice: Before President Donald Trump tapped Brett M. Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony M. Kennedy on the Supreme Court, the dark- ... read more

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Not real news roundup: Aluminum isn't a health hazard, Alabama Democrat not 'recently' arrested

A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue ... Head of Democratic Party hit with federal charges — hauled out in handcuffs. THE FACTS: Alabama Democratic Party Chairwoman Nancy Worley ... read more


Alabama editorial roundup

Tuscaloosa News on low voter turnout and voter suppression: Have you heard? Turnout for the November general election is expected to be so high that election officials have decided to add a second day ... read more

Alabama editorial roundup

The Gadsden Times on a U.S. Supreme Court decision that says states can collect sales taxes from online retailers: Let's juxtapose some Eugene O'Neill and George Harrison — "The Taxman Cometh," and we ... read more

Alabama editorial roundup

Recent editorials from Alabama newspapers: Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, leader of a state that is third nationally in automobile exports, has warned proposed import tariffs could harm the state's economy. I... read more

Alabama editorial roundup

Tuscaloosa News says party absolutism keeps the country divided: Not all that long ago, political party conventions held a great deal of intrigue and drama. The liberal, moderate and conservative fact... read more

Alabama editorial roundup

The Decatur Daily on a tariff on newsprint: Frederic Bastiat (1801-1850), a French economist and member of France's National Assembly, wrote prolifically about how most people see only the positive ef... read more



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