I can’t believe the trashing of our president every day in The Anniston Star. Each day, media like the Washington Post, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Bloomberg News and their journalists like Kathleen Parker, Eugene Robinson, Michael Gerson and The Star’s H. Brandt Ayers, have made your…

Several representatives of the Climate Leadership Council, who are high-ranking Republican statesmen from previous administrations, met Feb. 8 with White House officials to present a proposal to address climate change. The plan would employ a market-based national carbon fee that would be re…

Tulane University graduate Luther Strange (pictured) became the new U.S. senator for Alabama as announced by Gov. Robert Bentley, and that appointment began the literary attack by the editorial board of The Anniston Star. An editorial (“Bentley’s Strange decision”) appeared in last Friday’s …

The White House should not be turned into the Home Shopping Network. But, to bring that point home, I would love to see Alec Baldwin and the Saturday Night Live cast lampooning the Trumps by hawking Ivanka Trump’s clothing and jewelry from the White House as if they were on QVC or the Home S…

President Trump recently signed a 120-day ban on refugees to ensure the arrivals don’t pose a threat to the United States. The office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees announced that 20,000 people in precarious conditions would be banned from traveling to this country.

Phillip Tutor’s satire column (“Let’s read Ben Little’s emails,” Feb. 3) in The Anniston Star was both untimely and inappropriate. It was not clear that this was supposed to be a comedy piece and the majority of the people who read it assumed these were “actual and complete” emails that had …

Was it a Shakespearean character or Ben Johnson who first uttered the phrase, “First, let’s kill all the lawyers”? Is it too much of a stretch of the imagination to accept as fact that the phrase was, and is, too general in scope and application?

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