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 By Newsday    Voices    April 7, 2019

Another viewpoint: US needs careful hand in Venezuelan crisis

Venezuela is amid a humanitarian crisis. Our Latin American neighbor has suffered through a pinwheeling economy dependent on oil. That and years of authoritarian leadership from former President Hugo Chavez and now his loyalist President Nicolas...

 By Newsday    Voices    October 31, 2018

Opinion: Let all people of good mourn with synagogue

In a horrifying moment, joy was shattered. The members of Tree of Life Congregation came together in uplifting prayer Saturday morning in what they thought was the safest of places — their synagogue in the Squirrel Hill section of Pittsburgh. It...

 By Newsday    Voices    August 29, 2018

Politicization of woman's death a travesty

The death of Mollie Tibbetts is a tragedy, and it’s one that highlights important concerns about this nation’s immigration policy, as well as the intolerable regularity of violence against women. The killing of the 20-year-old University of Iowa...

 By Newsday    Voices    May 30, 2018

NFL anthem rule bars freedom of dissent, protest

The NFL always has been averse to off-the-field controversy. But the league came up short last week when it altered its national anthem policy to try to defuse an issue that dogged it last fall. Some players knelt during the anthem as a social...

 By Newsday    Voices    April 15, 2018

Paul Ryan legacy won't be tax cuts, just national debt

When deficit warrior Paul Ryan came to Congress in 1999, the national debt was $5.6 trillion. When House Speaker Paul Ryan leaves in 2019, the figure will be about $22 trillion. In announcing his retirement from Congress, Ryan touted on Wednesday as...


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