Editorials Archive

GUEST VIEW: The truth about voter ID laws

The following editorial appeared Jan. 24  in the Chicago Tribune: Laws requiring photo identification for voting are one of the most contentious areas of disagreement between Republicans and Democrats. Republicans argue that they are essential to protect the integrity of elections by preventing ballot fraud. Democrats say they are a cynical effort to suppress the […]

To Obama, family leave is a family value

The following editorial appeared Jan. 22 in the Los Angeles Times: (TNS) In rolling out the issues he hopes will define the final two years of his administration, President Obama has proposed two workplace initiatives: requiring companies with 15 or more employees to provide them seven days of sick leave per year to their full-time […]

OUR VIEW: Giving the gift of life

In a recent press release, Michigan’s Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced that more than half of the adults living in this state are registered as organ donors. This is a stunningly important milestone we feel needs to given proper recognition. More than 50 percent of all the adults in our state have made a […]

OUR VIEW: Giving the gift of life

In a recent press release, Michigan’s Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced that more than half of the adults living in this state are registered as organ donors. This is a stunningly important milestone we feel needs to given proper recognition. More than 50 percent of all the adults in our state have made a […]