Opinion

The real key to success is cultivating great relationships
Monday, May 22, 2017
VIEW FROM THE TOP:
We are all in business to make money, and strong relationships help us do that. Just as important is the personal fulfillment that comes from all these positive interactions.
Slow-walking on Trump situation would be disastrous for America
Monday, May 22, 2017
There is really only one issue in American politics at this moment: Will we accelerate our way to the end of the Trump story, or will our government remain mired in scandal, misdirection and paralysis for many more months — or even years? ...
Trump clearly unfit for office
Monday, May 22, 2017
Letters to the Editor:
Donald Trump clearly has no clue about how to do the job. ...
Assuring our security? Trump isn’t even close
Monday, May 22, 2017
Wow, Donald Trump can’t even give a commencement speech to the military without making it all about him. ...
Russians’ visit was disgusting
Monday, May 22, 2017
Letters to the Editor:
Every time I see those Russian-supplied photos of the president and Russian officials in the Oval Office, I want to puke. ...
Air traffic control system desperately needs update, not upheaval
Monday, May 22, 2017
The air traffic control system is one of the miracles of our infrastructure: an essential and silent cornerstone of modern transportation. ...
ACA a boon for small businesses
Monday, May 22, 2017
Letters to the Editor:
As a small-business owner, I am disappointed by the House’s passage of the American Health Care Act. ...
Damage control versus doing the right thing
Monday, May 22, 2017
GUEST COLUMN:
Social media was never meant to be a place where customer service issues were handled. But that’s the way it has evolved, at least in part because companies avoid dealing with problems their policies create until the collective voices rain down on them via their Facebook and Twitter profiles.
Diagnosis: ‘Baumol’s disease’ afflicting economic growth
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Although William J. Baumol, who recently died at 95, was not widely known beyond the ranks of economists, all Americans are living with, and policymakers are struggling with, “Baumol’s disease.” It is one reason brisk economic growth is becoming more elusive as it becomes more urgent. And it is a disease particularly pertinent to the increasingly fraught health care debate. ...
Food for Peace measure a boon for US security
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Millions are on the verge of starvation as humanitarian crises in Africa intensify. In this environment of growing despair, the Food for Peace Reform Act, a bill being introduced by Bob Corker and Christopher Coons of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, rekindles hope for much-needed reforms in U.S. emergency food aid programs. ...
Time has come for 25th Amendment solution
Sunday, May 21, 2017
This will not get better. It could easily get worse. And as hard and controversial as a 25th Amendment remedy would be, Trump’s removal today should be less painful for conservatives than abandoning him in the campaign would have been. ...
Trump’s panel on voter fraud poses threat to access to polls
Trump’s panel on voter fraud poses threat to access to polls
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Sun Editorial:
When President Donald Trump announced in February that he planned to put together a commission to investigate voter fraud, it was cause for concern but not necessarily for alarm. ...
Circus column painted skewed picture
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Guest Column:
Having worked to end the mistreatment of elephants and other wild animals in circuses and traveling shows for nearly two decades, I cannot express to readers enough just how terrible the long suffering of these animals is. ...
Amid echoes of Watergate, courage under fire is a necessity
Amid echoes of Watergate, courage under fire is a necessity
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Where I Stand:
So, here we are in 2017, some 45 years after the break-in and the specter of Watergate has raised its ugly head again. This time, however, the questions to be answered are not about a third-rate burglary of the Watergate Hotel ...
Licensing requirements cost millions of jobs
Saturday, May 20, 2017
This month and next, millions of graduating high school and college seniors will head out into the world to make their marks. ...