Editorial cartoon for July 12, 2022
An editorial cartoon by Dick Wright
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Cartoonist Dick Wright draws on gas prices and January 6.
The letter writer believe citizens should demand that our state and federal representatives and senators work on permitting the building of more coal, gas and nuclear power plants resulting in lower energy costs.
The letter writer urges caution about money solicitation requests.
From the commentary: More than anything else, Democrats’ current harmony reflects the fact that few party members now see themselves as facing such a dilemma (back home).
The letter writer believes educators should change history lessons.
From the editorial: The rules are the rules. It shouldn’t be too much to expect the country’s highest leaders to start following them.
The letter writer calls on the Biden administration to address Mexico's bio-tech corn ban.
From the commentary: It is time to recognize obesity in childhood and adolescence for the complex chronic disease that it is.
"Church worship now competes with everything from professional sports to kids activities to household chores. ... we can either have a frank conversation about what church can be, or we can continue to watch the pews empty in cherished houses of worship across the country."
From the editorial: The days of magnanimity and bipartisan compromise are over. Some people want war and seem determined to provoke it.