Editorials: David L. Applegate

The Times Scores a Double

Always good for a laugh, The New York Times op-ed page on Monday, November 10, 2014, hit the Daily Double.

Cancel the Midterms? I Don’t Think So!

Writing in The New York Times on Monday, November 3, 2014, from Durham, North Carolina, Professor David Schanzer and his student Jay Sullivan suggest that, by U.S.

Osama vs. Obama: Some Thoughts on the 70th Anniversary of D-Day

When the late Osama bin Laden referred to the United States as a “weak horse” he may have been more right than wrong.

Dumber and Number: The Destructive Pursuit of Fixing Income Inequality

Over at a place called The Patriot Post, writer Burt Prelutsky recently posted an amusing if profane piece called “

Bean Bag Justice?

Like the Chicago Tribune, we too were surprised to s

Them vs. Us

With all the talk of America’s forgotten middle class, it’s worth taking time as we begin a new year to consider that the country’s seeming obsession with wealth and inequality may instead be&

Christmas and the Constitution Can Coexist

Many educated Americans likely recognize the expression “separation of church and state” but probably do not know it appears nowhere in the Constitution.

Wealth, Inequality, and Pope Francis

With everyone from