To the editor, Joe Biden has demonstrated great audacity, suggesting that “requiring those who presume to vote be able to identify themselves as eligible voters” as an attempt to return to the days of Jim Crow (laws).
To the editor, In response to reader Dona Palmer, who wrote about child detention centers: Each of those who are separated from their parents (sometimes even before they left their home country) were there because of the misdemeanor that their parents committed by entering the country illegally (not at designated ports of entry).
To the editor, Scott Warren regularly left water, canned food, blankets and clothes along migration corridors on Arizona’s border with Mexico. His hope was to prevent more of the 8,000 deaths that have occurred in these borderlands since 1990.
Successful governments are based on compromise. The U.S. Constitution was built on compromise. Large and small states, slave-holding and free states, exports and imports … all of these issues and interests had to be negotiated. It took three months to write three pages in Philadelphia at Constitutional Hall. Delegates persevered in the heat of the summer to forge this great document.