We can do something in Iowa about gun violence. We can vote against tying our hands.
The slaughter at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, has stunned a country tragically accustomed to mass shootings. Coming just days after the atrocity at Buffalo, New York, this latest outrage has strengthened calls for tighter gun laws. This time, perhaps, something might actually be done.
Teachers are trained to elevate young minds, not to gun down people wielding assault weapons who burst into their classroom intent on mass murder.
President Joe Biden came to Iowa this month and granted a request that his political adversaries (and friends) in the state have been relentlessly pursuing: Full-year sales of E15 ethanol.
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The Wall Street Journal on Sen. Joe Manchin rescuing the Democrats:
Editor’s note: The following editorial, among the most famous ever written, appeared in The New York Sun in 1897 and remains appropriate for this holiday season 120 years later. It was written by Francis Pharcellus Church, an assistant to the paper’s editor.
Stan Kroenke, the trash-talking man St. Louisans love to hate, is under increasing pressure to settle the court case over the Ram's 2016 move.
From the Wisconsin State Journal editorial board: "Vigilantes carrying rifles in the streets won't make our society safer."
From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial board: "The vigilante community across America must be jubilant."
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Republican lawmakers must back Iowa’s tradition of nonpartisan maps.
A version of this editorial appeared in Saturday’s Quad-City Times.
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A version of this editorial first appeared in the Dubuque Telegraph Herald.
For those who closely watch the once-per-decade redrawing of Iowa’s political boundaries, what happened last week was precedent-setting.
"Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo cannot survive in office," writes The News' Editorial Board.
Last Sunday, Tulsa World reporter Corey Jones showed that 18 people died in 15 OHP pursuits in the past five years, but that none of the chased drivers were suspected of violent crimes when the pursuit began, the editorial says.
This editorial was composed by the editorial board of The Boston Herald:
This editorials was written by the Bloomberg Opinion editorial board.
This originally appeared in the Oct. 24 Quad-City Times.
This originally appeared in the Oct. 12 Fort Dodge Messenger.
Nearly 60 years ago, a slightly built young man’s family was wracked by unspeakable tragedy.
This editorial originally appeared in the Oct. 12 Des Moines Register.
This originally appeared in the Oct. 17 Kearney (Nebraska) Hub.