Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier - Opinion

Letters to the Editor Sunday, Feb. 17

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OK, Mother Nature: We’re crying uncle!

In less than three weeks, we’ve seen just about everything winter can throw at you. And we’ve seen a lot more than any sane motorist wants … Read more

A new day for the Iowa Caucuses

Reprinted from the Quad City Times Feb. 13. Read more

Pope Francis' acknowledgment that nuns have been victimized is a good start

Reprinted from the Feb. 10 St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Read more

Questions remain on recreational marijuana

Reprinted from the Feb. 7 Sioux City Journal. Read more

Letter to the Editor Tuesday, Feb. 12

War in Yemen Read more

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Spring thaws needed: snow and ag trade

For those of us who have slid, shoveled, and skated through the wildest up-and-down February weather in years, here’s a warm thought: Corn … Read more

Mess in Virginia and liberal hypocrisy

We have discussed in this space several times the fundamental principles that drive the American left and its avatar, the Democrat Party. Read more

Time to care for our atmosphere

Surely Kamyar Enshayan and I aren’t the only ones greatly disturbed by recent scientific evidence that uncontrolled global warming is going… Read more

Is Trump everything we wanted?

Senate Majority Mitch McConnell observed during the first two years of the Trump Administration, “we got everything we wanted.” Read more

Klobuchar: Snow can’t stop her campaign

It snowed on Amy Klobuchar as she announced her run for president. And while that might be a bad omen for some candidates, the icy weather … Read more

Worst drug lords in the U.S.

Reality is never an obstacle for President Donald Trump. The opioid epidemic is an example. Read more

Commentary: Trump gets sued over his asylum policy. Again. Next up: His fake national emergency

Injunction, here we come? Immigrant rights groups sued the Trump administration Thursday over its brazen decision to force asylum-seekers from Central American to wait on the Mexico side of the border as their cases proceed. The policy is a blatant attempt to make it even harder for the desperate to exercise their legal rights to ask for protection from persecution in their home countries, and ... Read more

Waterloo Public Library slipping behind peers

TIM JAMISON tim.jamison@wcfcourier.com

WATERLOO — More than 25 years have passed since Waterloo Public Library supporters celebrated a maj… Read more