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Candice Glover's "American Idol" victory raises a question: Can the genius of African Americans be recognized in their own hometowns?
At great political peril, George Ryan did the right thing.
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I was excited to hear that the Hilton Head Island High School boys track team won second place at the state track meet in Columbia last weekend. The girl's team finished eighth.
President Barack Obama derided those who "cling to guns or religion," and his administration has been doing everything in its power to marginalize them.
To paraphrase J.P. Morgan during the bank panic of 1908, the banking industry is not built on assets and balance sheets, it is built on trust.
The results of South Carolina's May 7 race for the 1st Congressional District is an ironic political event.
I concur with the column on the May 14 editorial page, "In Benghazi, as with all things political, it's the cover-up that counts." It couldn't be more accurate.
For anyone with a sense of humor, our recent congressional election provided a few laughs.
Concerning the May 9 letter "Scientific theories often taken on faith": My understanding of faith is that at its essence are beliefs that cannot be proved, whereas science, the essence of which is to inquire, is the opposite of faith.
Try to forget the music for a moment.
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Thursday, May 16:
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