• Editorial: How do they sleep at night? 24 Sep 2020 22:15 In March, before South Africa went into full lockdown, the Mail & Guardian’s Sarah Smit spoke to Sisanda Kulima, a community health worker. Like her peers, she was already on the front line of our response to the Covid-19 pandemic.  Gauteng premier …
  • Editorial | The Notorious RBG forged egalitarian legacy 24 Sep 2020 21:39 There are said to be five stages of grief, the last being acceptance. In 2020, everyone has barely been able to suffer through three stages before restarting the process as a result of another horrifying loss.  Unfortunately today, we grieve again in 2020. …
  • Editorial: Closing Arguments, Part Three: Drs. Pritzker and Madigan, your patient is seriously ill. The ‘fair tax’ is no cure. 24 Sep 2020 21:36
  • Editorial—Are young people responsible for taking political action? 24 Sep 2020 20:08 As the time for political action approaches, namely going to the polls or filling out a mail-in or online ballot, many young people, especially students may feel conflicted about their role in our democracy. Is it the responsibility of young people to …
  • The News Editorial: Leadership lost 24 Sep 2020 19:03 We need leadership in Washington, D.C. now more than ever but leadership is lacking from both of the country’s major political parties. While we can point to many examples, the most recent came after the sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader …
  • Editorial: Drs. Pritzker and Madigan, your patient is seriously ill. The ‘fair tax’ is no cure. 24 Sep 2020 18:47
  • Editorial Board: SU COVID-19 plans are somewhat effective, but not perfect 24 Sep 2020 18:23 Five weeks into the fall semester, Syracuse University’s coronavirus prevention policies seem to be effective. As of Wednesday, 27 students in central New York currently have the virus, and 127 are in quarantine. But even though SU has so far prevented a …
  • Editorial: Hero or villain? NZ's housing boom is back 24 Sep 2020 18:18 Here we go again. Like Arnie's unstoppable Terminator, the housing market is back. And like the robotic sci-fi character, it is not always clear whether that's a good thing or bad thing. Some big sale prices and strong data in the past month have …
  • Reporter editorial: Deep breaths, please 24 Sep 2020 17:44 In the hyper-ugly political moment we are living in, it’s certainly part of the climate that someone, or some group, could be so horribly offended by political signs for candidates they can’t stand that they would stop on the side of the road, pull them up …
  • Editorial: One departure is far too soon, one arrival is far too late 24 Sep 2020 13:59 Voters in Victoria are getting an election that most did not want, not quite yet, but are not getting a chance to vote in an election that they need. What is wrong with this picture? On Oct. 24 the good people of Victoria will be able to vote in a …
  • Editorial: Decision in Taylor case upsetting, inadequate 24 Sep 2020 13:20 Former Louisville police officer Brett Hankison was indicted Wednesday. He was involved in the death of Breonna Taylor on March 13. Much to the disappointment of activists across the country, Hankison’s was not charged in any way for Taylor’s death. Rather …
  • Editorial: Time for Boston College to get its Covid response right 24 Sep 2020 11:35
  • Editorial: Emergency ordinance necessary 24 Sep 2020 10:49 The Petersburg Borough Assembly acted with both courage and compassion on Monday night when they passed Ordinance 2020-19 that updated the borough's civil emergency plan. The easy decision would have been to cave to the public comments opposing the …
  • Editorial: The University of California admissions disgrace 24 Sep 2020 10:22 First things first: Who is the UC regent who improperly helped the child of friends get admitted to Berkeley, and when will an explanation — or resignation — be forthcoming? The number of students wrongfully admitted to four University of California …
  • Editorial: What is the value of student journalism? 24 Sep 2020 10:20 Students are well into the 13-week fall semester at California Lutheran University.  With under 400 students on campus, most undergraduate research taking place remotely, a roughly 20% revenue shortfall and no sports teams competing, it’s evident this wasn …
  • Editorial: Akilah Bacy for Texas House District 138 24 Sep 2020 09:41 Akilah Bacy, candidate for State Rep 138 (D). Akilah Bacy, candidate for State Rep 138 (D). Photo: Jill Karnicki, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Photo: Jill Karnicki, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Akilah Bacy, candidate for State …
  • Editorial: Gene Wu for Texas House District 137 24 Sep 2020 09:41 Gene Wu is a candidate for Texas House of Representatives, District 137 shown Thursday September 8, 2016. (Jeremy Carter / Houston Chronicle) Photo Assignment ID: 00068545K Gene Wu is a candidate for Texas House of Representatives, District 137 shown …
  • EDITORIAL: Judge slaps down state Democrats over tax scheme 24 Sep 2020 05:18 Democrats ignore the supermajority requirement for revenue measures. Common sense and the law prevailed this week when a Carson City judge saw through efforts by legislative Democrats and the governor to sacrifice the Nevada Constitution for their own …
  • Editorial: Flagging peace talks 24 Sep 2020 03:29 With intra-Afghan talks stuck on technicalities in Doha, the level of violence across Afghanistan is terrifically high. Attacks by the warring sides have increased, with civilians being the victims of crossfires and bombings. Amid all this, there are …
  • EDITORIAL COMMENT : Forex auction firm foundation for growth 24 Sep 2020 02:46 The Herald The recovery of the economy after more intense phases of the lockdown and the general strength of the economy was displayed in spectacular fashion this week at the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s (RBZ) foreign currency auction. Not only was the …
  • Editorial: Goodbye and good riddance to gas-powered cars 24 Sep 2020 01:05 California has made it official: This is the beginning of the end of the gasoline-powered car. For the health of the state and the planet, the demise of the tailpipe can’t come soon enough. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Wednesday requiring …
  • Editorial: celebrating the Schitt’s Creek Emmy wins 24 Sep 2020 00:49 Reading Time: 2 minutesThe 72nd Annual Emmy Awards aired virtually over Zoom this past Sunday night, marking a first for the televised event that celebrates the best in TV.   Since the onset of COVID-19 put the world at a standstill back in March, many …
  • EDITORIAL: Share information faster to ease school reopening 24 Sep 2020 00:17 Categories: Editorial, Opinion Chances are if people are confused, upset and complaining that they’re getting incomplete and incorrect information from you, you’ve probably done a poor job communicating with them. With all the stress being placed on …
  • EDITORIAL: Keeping our readers informed about candidates 24 Sep 2020 00:12 We don’t mean to brag, but we think last week’s McLeod County commissioner candidate forum hosted by the Leader was terrifically informative for viewers and voters. If you haven’t already had a chance to watch the forum with District 1 candidates Nathan …
  • News Diggers Editorial | Some Excerpts: UPND Can Lose Again To PF, And Here Is Why 23 Sep 2020 23:46 OVER the weekend, United Party for National Development (UPND) chairperson for elections Honourable Gary Nkombo made a rare admission, stating that the biggest opposition party needed to make internal adjustments, instead of always blaming the Patriotic …
  • Editorial: Honoring Notorious RBG 23 Sep 2020 22:34 It’s difficult to comprehend that women didn’t always have the rights that they have now, and many of those rights were only gained a few short decades ago. Imagine when women weren’t able to open a bank account, have credit cards or a mortgage without a …
  • [Editorial] Ulterior motive 23 Sep 2020 21:25 For the first time in one and a half years, President Moon Jae-in this week presided over a meeting to discuss reforming the country’s prosecution, police and top intelligence agency. He was flanked by Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae when he walked into the …
  • EDITORIAL and the pitbull question 23 Sep 2020 20:05 The debate over whether Taiwan should ban pitbulls was ignited again when one killed a poodle at the Taipei Expo Park on Sept. 13. It was the third incident this month, after a similar attack at a night market in Kaohsiung, and two pitbulls attacked three …
  • Editorial: QAnon enters Illinois politics. Voters in two U.S. House districts, take note 23 Sep 2020 18:21 Ideally, Illinois voters could spend their lifetimes never hearing about this except that QAnon talk is spreading this election season, and two Chicago-area Republicans seeking U.S. House seats have promoted the movement on social media and declined to …
  • Staff Editorial: Your “STEM school” is showing, UMBC 23 Sep 2020 17:57 By The Retriever Editorial Board on September 23, 2020 In a triumphant email to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s student population, administrators announced that the District Courthouse at the campus’ edge had been purchased and would be …
  • Intel Editorial: Intel Fuels the Edge Today With Expanded Tech, Customer Deployments 23 Sep 2020 17:51 Intel Editorial: Intel Fuels the Edge Today With Expanded Tech, Customer Deployments With More Than 15,000 Edge Customer Deployments Today, Intel Expands Current Offerings by Introducing Two Processors at the Intel Industrial Summit SANTA CLARA, Calif. — ( …
  • Editorial: The election must determine next Supreme Court nominee 23 Sep 2020 15:05 CBC Editorial: Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020; Editorial #8589 The following is the opinion of Capitol Broadcasting Company. Trust and truth aren’t big words. But given the latest comments from our president, North Carolina’s U.S. senators and a senator from …
  • Tribune Editorial: Keep it rolling Fremont 23 Sep 2020 14:49 Lastly — and this is the biggest of all — the Fremont community did its part, much like it did in 2019 during the flood. The Fremont community understands what students are going through in this uncertain time and has been willing to do what is necessary …
  • EDITORIAL: Michigan voters — know your rights 23 Sep 2020 14:17 With election day right around the corner, many are confused about where and when they can vote. Whether you intend to vote in person Nov. 3, by mail or in your local clerk’s office, here are some tips to make the process easier: • If you don’t get a …
  • Editorial: Trump wants to invade your privacy in the name of immigration enforcement 23 Sep 2020 11:56 You might think that the massive collection of biometric data from legal immigrants seeking or holding green cards, as well as from some of their U.S. citizen sponsors, would be a bridge too far even for the Trump administration. But when it comes to …
  • Editorial cartoon for Sept. 23, 2020 23 Sep 2020 10:48
  • Peterborough editorial: Tone-deaf BWXT report was a public relations misstep 23 Sep 2020 10:05
  • EDITORIAL: And the nominee is ... 23 Sep 2020 09:44 It would have been better to have gone with honesty in the first place, way back in 2016 (or in any year). Then the current Republican leadership in the United States Senate wouldn't have all these questions to answer about hypocrisy in politics. When …
  • Editorial: The rot at the centre of power 23 Sep 2020 08:43 Is it time to restore our faith in the institutions on which Malta depends for the rule of law to prevail? That would be premature, but the dramatic news that came on Monday night sheds some light at the end of the dark tunnel of institutional paralysis …
  • Editorial: Continue avoiding off-campus gatherings 23 Sep 2020 07:57 Some of the things we thought about how COVID-19 would progress on campus seem to be true. Sheila Simons, a public health professor and graduate coordinator who is working with Eastern’s contract tracing efforts, and Eric Davidson, Interim Director of …
  • Editorial: returning to school looks different this year 23 Sep 2020 07:26 It has been a little over six months since The Suffolk Journal has published an official paper, and we’re all aware of how much the world has changed since.  First and foremost, the COVID-19 pandemic swept the country in greater proportions than were ever …
  • EDITORIAL: Black Lives Matter 23 Sep 2020 06:39 Seventeen Republican state senators from West Virginia recently made headlines for penning a letter to Marshall University and West Virginia University criticizing, among other things, WVU’s football team for wearing “BLM” stickers on their helmets. In the …
  • Editorial Comment: It’s up to small-scale farmers to deliver 23 Sep 2020 04:49 The Herald The distribution of farming inputs under the Climate-Proofed Presidential Inputs Programme, commonly known as Pfumvudza, is now in full swing countrywide, ensuring that farmers will earn a profit from their labour this year and Zimbabwe will …
  • EDITORIAL: Repayment deal works for Amsterdam, Montgomery County 23 Sep 2020 03:40 Categories: Editorial, Opinion Will this deal make Montgomery County whole from all that it’s owed by the city of Amsterdam? Definitely not. Did Amsterdam catch a break for its financial mismanagement and budgetary incompetence? For sure. Is this the deal …
  • Editorial: United We Stand, Divided We Fall! Yes It’s true 23 Sep 2020 01:01 There is a very famous phrase “United We Stand, Divided We Fall”. We use and hear it a lot. It is one of most used phrase, especially when there is a dire need of unity. Not only theoretical, this phrase is actually practical, and it immediately spawns …
  • Record editorial: Young people, driving state’s COVID-19 surge, must take pandemic seriously 22 Sep 2020 23:47 Get it together, young people. In recent days, the state has experienced its largest coronavirus surge since July, with an all-time high of 1,117 new cases Friday. What’s behind the spike? According to state health officials, it’s more a matter of who: …
  • Editorial: The Earth lies defiled under its inhabitants, Professor Legates 22 Sep 2020 23:47 Shana Slater/THE REVIEW “David Legates, a professor of geography at the university, probably thinks of himself as that lone hero, because his long career as a climatologist has been rife with controversy.” The bitter, embattled scientist, the desperate …
  • [Editorial] Legislate prudently 22 Sep 2020 23:24 Three economic bills pushed by the government and the ruling Democratic Party of Korea are making businesses nervous. They are amendments to the commercial law and the fair trade law, and a proposed act on the supervision of financial groups. …
  • Maverick Citizen: Editorial: Rise up, fallen fighters! 22 Sep 2020 22:31 In the last few months we have seen the deaths of ordinary people who helped define our heritage by becoming extraordinary: Andrew Mlangeni, Achmat Dangor and George Bizos. These were people whose lives contained South Africa’s raging currents, epitomised …
  • Editorial: Senate Should Wait on Supreme Court Nomination 22 Sep 2020 20:25 YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — To some extent, the death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg Friday night came as no surprise – her longtime battle with cancer was no secret. Nonetheless, it came as a shock to the body politic. It added tension to an already tempestuous …
  • Editorial: Eastern needs to help solve more technology issues 22 Sep 2020 19:33 Technical difficulties are something to be expected in a world where a majority of interactions are now being held in an online setting, but the hosts of such interactions should do their part to make sure the platforms they use are user friendly and work …
  • Editorial: Frustrated with public corruption? Here’s one fix. 22 Sep 2020 18:26 We know the current system doesn’t work. It allowed the Senate Republican Leader, Bill Brady, to work for and invest in a gambling company, a highly regulated industry with enormous legislative oversight, without the public or even his closest colleagues …
  • Editorial: With absentee voting surging in Wisconsin, allow clerks to count ballots early 22 Sep 2020 18:19 Imagine this election night scene: From Superior to Janesville, municipal clerks in Wisconsin cities are overwhelmed by an avalanche of absentee ballots and struggle to produce a timely tally. Many hours pass before complete results are reported. Meanwhile …
  • Editorial: Another sign of the times: Mass shootings are spiking 22 Sep 2020 17:02 Sometime in the dark hours of a recent Sunday night, gunmen opened fire inside an illicit marijuana farm in Riverside County, killing seven people. It was, according to data maintained by the Gun Violence Archive, the 28th mass shooting in California since …
  • EDITORIAL: No more ‘ballot-box biology’ — and no to 114 22 Sep 2020 16:21 It is billed as the “restoration” of a species that once prowled our state — yet the proposal seems driven by sentiment rather than science. Proposition 114 on the fall ballot would require the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife to create a plan to …
  • Editorial: Colwood-Victoria ferry should be launched as soon as possible 22 Sep 2020 15:25 Colwood Mayor Rob Martin is eager to see a commuter ferry running between Royal Bay and downtown Victoria. He is right. We should all get on board — the idea first, and in a few years, the ferry itself. And to be clear, this ferry would not just be …
  • EDITORIAL: MU must better prepare students for quarantine possibility 22 Sep 2020 12:55 As the likelihood of Marquette University residence halls going under quarantine increases due to a steady climb of COVID-19 cases on campus, it is imperative the university is more transparent and communicative with students regarding the possibility of …
  • Staff Editorial: Students and SGA Should Work In Symphony 22 Sep 2020 11:59 Art by Samantha Miller After the postponement of spring Student Government Association elections due to COVID-19, Instagram, Twitter and Change.org became platforms for students to voice outrage and disappointment over University decisions this summer. …
  • Editorial: A better way to help Californians survive wildfires: Focus on homes, not trees 22 Sep 2020 11:55 Firestorms in the West have grown bigger and more destructive in recent years — and harder to escape. Massive and frenzied, they have overtaken people trying to outrun or outdrive them. Gridlocked mountain roads prevented many Paradise residents from …
  • Editorial Letter: Our Digital Transformation 22 Sep 2020 08:46 This editorial letter originally appeared in WWD September 2020 issue as "Our Digital Transformation" Usually when I am writing the editorial letter for the September issue, our editorial team would be gearing up to attend WEFTEC in either …
  • Editorial: Let’s Support Our Troops and Their Families 22 Sep 2020 07:31 Soldiers of Armenia’s Armed Forces during recent military drills As we celebrate Armenia’s Independence anniversary today, let us pledge to support the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia and the families of soldiers who bravely fight—and die—to …
  • Editorial cartoon for Sept. 22, 2020 22 Sep 2020 06:58
  • Editorial: Honor Ginsburg by putting integrity of institution first 22 Sep 2020 06:32 The loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a double blow. It will be felt as a personal loss by millions of Americans, and it will stress America’s politics at a moment when its fabric is already threatening to come apart. Consider this a measure of the country’s …
  • The Lancet reforms editorial policy after hydroxychloroquine Covid study retraction 22 Sep 2020 04:15 One of the world’s leading medical journals, the Lancet, has reformed its editorial policies following a shocking case of apparent research misconduct involving the study of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for Covid-19. In May, the Lancet published a …
  • Editorial Cartoon (September 22, 2020) 22 Sep 2020 03:59
  • Editorial: To borrow their words, school choice was ‘stunning’ 22 Sep 2020 03:41 At least Gov. Roy Cooper is giving some school choice. Oh no, he’s not on board with the voucher program that helps the state’s children who otherwise wouldn’t have an opportunity for a better education. He’d still rather they be assigned a school that …
  • Editorial: It's too early to require Mass attendance during a pandemic 22 Sep 2020 03:30 On Aug. 31, the Catholic bishops of Wisconsin announced an end to the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass, issued in March because of safety concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic. But before the lifting of the dispensation could …
  • EDITORIAL: DONATE TO DIGBOSTON TODAY! 22 Sep 2020 03:26 Running a newspaper was hard enough before the pandemic. Now it’s a real struggle to be sure. With the help of our loyal audience, we are building a subscriber base to help offset the advertising losses that the entire news industry has been suffering …
  • EDITORIAL: Let board pick Epra boss 22 Sep 2020 00:54 Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:26 By EDITORIAL Energy Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter. FILE PHOTO | NMG  We support Parliament’s decision to deny Energy Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter the power to unilaterally appoint the chief executive of the energy …
  • EDITORIAL: NOT EVEN A TIN OF SARDINES 22 Sep 2020 00:37     On Tuesday 15th September 2020, our newly elected Government held its first town hall meeting to share with the public the state of Anguilla’s finances, and to give updates on the work it has been doing since being elected to office. This is a welcome …
  • EDITORIAL COMMENT : Major spin offs to flow from Buhera dam 22 Sep 2020 00:30 The Herald In the late 1950s there was marked migration of indigenous Zimbabweans from Buhera in the east to the Midlands, especially to areas such as Gokwe, Sanyati and Zhombe. The search was for fertile land that enjoyed consistent rainfall patterns …
  • EDITORIAL: Don’t be shut out of election. Register to vote today. 22 Sep 2020 00:22 Categories: Editorial, Opinion When it comes to the lottery, they say, you’ve got to be in it to win it. The same axiom applies to elections. If you’re not registered vote, you don’t get to participate in them. And if there’s any year you might want to put …
  • Editorial: CUSA should focus on supporting students through COVID-19, not just making merch 21 Sep 2020 22:39 The Carleton University Students’ Association (CUSA) has been vocal about its September programming. Students have received updates on merchandise, sex toy bingo—and virtually anything other than how it is supporting students during the pandemic. As of the …
  • [Editorial] Realistic viewpoint 21 Sep 2020 22:09 During a visit to a 1950-53 Korean War battlefield Saturday, Defense Minister Suh Wook said military tensions on the peninsula have eased due to the implementation of an inter-Korean agreement signed two years ago. In his inaugural speech the day before, …
  • Editorial: A second wave of COVID-19 epidemic looms 21 Sep 2020 21:54 Despite being at a low ebb for a while, recent trends in the coronavirus cases herald the deadly virus might once again come back to agonize Afghans. The Ministry of Public Health reported that 125 new Covid-19 cases were detected on Sunday in different …
  • Editorial: Mayor Lightfoot’s parking ticket switcheroo 21 Sep 2020 21:32 “The only ticketing that is going to be happening is if there is a car or other vehicle posing some kind of public safety threat,”she announced March 18, a policy she said would last until April 30. “So, for example, (a vehicle at) an expired meter that is …
  • Variety Wins Five Eddie & Ozzie Awards for Editorial and... 21 Sep 2020 20:45 Variety Wins Five Eddie & Ozzie Awards for Editorial and Design Excellence Click here to read the full article. Variety has won five Eddie & Ozzie Awards, presented by Folio:, for editorial and design excellence. No gala was held this year due to …
  • Editorial: Dog owners have more psychopathic tendencies than cat owners 21 Sep 2020 20:30 Did you know dog owners are more likely to have psychopathic tendencies than people who own cats? And rabbit owners are apparently most likely to be kleptomaniacs. You didn't know that? That's probably because I just made that up. No, I haven't …
  • Editorial | Republican Senators must hold off on filling Ginsburg’s seat right away 21 Sep 2020 20:02 Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City BY PAUL SCHINDLER “I want you to use my words against me. If there’s a Republican president in 2016 and a vacancy occurs in the last year of the …
  • Editorial: Ginsburg applied the law equally; will Sen. Cory Gardner apply his precedent of letting voters have say equally? 21 Sep 2020 19:12 Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a champion against sex discrimination, but what made her application of the law so compelling was her equal application — if there could be no government-funded military school for only men, then there could be no government-funded …
  • Editorial: Wisconsin has to get ahead of unemployment claims 21 Sep 2020 18:25 A man walks past a closed business, Wednesday, April 29, 2020, in Chagrin Falls, Ohio.  (AP Photo/Tony Dejak) Tony Dejak Gov. Tony Evers demanded the resignation of Department of Workforce Development Secretary Caleb Frostman last week, as a response …
  • [Editorial] 2 years after the Pyongyang Joint Statement, Seoul still needs to take bold action on inter-Korean relations 21 Sep 2020 17:12
  • Editorial | We need to talk about WeChat 21 Sep 2020 17:03 Outrage over President Donald Trump’s attempts to ban TikTok in the United States has erupted on social media over the past few months. But there’s another app, WeChat, that the administration is looking to place restrictions on. This proposed ban has …
  • Editorial: May her memory be a blessing 21 Sep 2020 12:36 Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death will have a lasting impact on our nation. Right now the country sits wondering what will happen next; when will the seat be filled, who will fill her seat, what does this mean for the countless cases she …
  • Editorial: Rooting for government merger mania in cash-strapped Illinois 21 Sep 2020 12:29 Members of Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot's staff prepare for the city's virtual City Council meeting on April 15, 2020, at City Hall. Forty-one aldermen can be seen on a computer screen. Chicago has a 50-member City Council and some have said the …
  • Editorial cartoon for Sept. 21, 2020 21 Sep 2020 07:24
  • Editorial | The late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an example for women everywhere 21 Sep 2020 07:23 The contribution of the late United States (US) Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the upliftment of women globally, including here in Jamaica, must never be underestimated, much less forgotten. From very humble beginnings, Ginsburg, who died …
  • EDITORIAL: Biden flip-flops on fracking 21 Sep 2020 06:32 Joe Biden needs to win Pennsylvania, so he’s changed his position on fracking. In late August, the Democratic presidential nominee emerged from his basement and traveled to the Keystone State. He sought to assure voters there that a Biden administration …
  • Editorial: The state’s silence on sectarian tensions is indeed inexplicable 21 Sep 2020 04:41 THE embers of hate are once again being stoked. To prevent history from being repeated and innocent blood spilled in the name of religion, the government must act urgently and decisively. The PPP’s parliamentary leader in the Senate, Sherry Rehman, sounded …
  • EDITORIAL | Like Justice Ginsburg ’54 did for us, Leave the Doors You Open Ajar for Others to Pass Through 21 Sep 2020 03:11 In today’s Sun, you will read two pieces — one from our University president, and the other from the dean of Cornell’s law school — honouring the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’54. As students, we, too, hope to add to this conversation. …
  • EDITORIAL: Do ‘blue lives’ matter more than Blue Demons? 21 Sep 2020 02:54 When coronavirus cases began to spike citywide in March, we packed up our backpacks in physical classrooms for the last time, not saying goodbye because we didn’t know we had to. In April, we taught ourselves how to learn and teach over Zoom, sacrificing …
  • Editorial: Change a life, ask ‘Are you OK?’ 20 Sep 2020 23:27 It is a silent affliction. It even comes with a stigma — people being afraid or reluctant to admit it is or has been a problem for them or someone they know. It also does not discriminate; anyone of any color, young and old, women and men, rich or poor, …
  • [Editorial] Fulfilling duties 20 Sep 2020 23:22 A recent audit of the presidential office may look unusual, but the Board of Audit and Inspection just carried out its responsibilities. It should be able to keep doing so. Last week the board announced the results of an audit and revealed that …
  • EDITORIAL: Foreign Affairs must get diplomats housing right 20 Sep 2020 20:11 Monday, September 21, 2020 1:07 By EDITORIAL Foreign Affairs principal secretary Macharia Kamau. FILE PHOTO | NMG  Plans by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to acquire property for housing diplomats across the world is a step in the right direction, …
  • EDITORIAL: Consult farmers on KTDA 20 Sep 2020 20:11 Monday, September 21, 2020 1:10 By EDITORIAL Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya. FILE PHOTO | NMG  Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya says the government is considering taking back Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) as a parastatal. As an …
  • EDITORIAL: No progress on police reform without transparency 20 Sep 2020 18:52 Categories: Editorial, Opinion Transparency. If government officials, police departments and their unions don’t get this one basic concept through their thick heads, then any hope of building or restoring trust between law enforcement and the citizens is …
  • Editorial: Trump siding with the Taliban? 20 Sep 2020 18:17 As experts state, the type of a future government and human rights would prove to be the key sticking points between the negotiating teams of the Republic of Afghanistan and the Taliban. However, official discussions to elucidate that that’s the case haven …
  • OPINION | EDITORIAL: Brave new world 20 Sep 2020 15:34 When announcing the birth of the genetically modified babies, [Dr. Jiankui of China] said his actions met the ethical standards for embryo editing set out in a 2017 report issued by an international committee of the National Academies of Sciences and the …
  • OPINION | EDITORIAL: All together now 20 Sep 2020 15:34 As news of continued wildfires keep hitting airwaves and papers, it might be tempting to chalk it up as another disappointing aspect of this abysmal year, or to think that stuff just affects the West Coast. But that's not entirely accurate. The …
  • OPINION | EDITORIAL: The right candidate at the right time 20 Sep 2020 15:27 Editor's note: Paul Greenberg, former editorial page editor of the Pine Bluff Commercial and retired editorial page editor and columnist for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, won a Pulitzer Prize in 1969 for a series of editorials he wrote in 1968 on …