Adriana Cohen: 2020 presidential election poses clear choice: jobs or mobs

Voters have a clear choice this November. If you want mobs vandalizing stores, destroying public property and setting churches on fire, then vote for Democratic candidate Joe Biden, who has spent the majority of his time hiding out in his Delaware basement while our country has been in flames in the aftermath of the George […]

Laura Sargeant: Celebrating July 4th as a military spouse living overseas

If you had asked me a few years ago, ‘what holiday represents love to you,’ like most people, my automatic answer would’ve been Valentine’s Day. For most Americans, that is exactly how they feel. Chocolates, love letters and fine dining have come to define our national day of love. But for my military husband and […]

Alveda King: Independence Day aspirations — the challenge to strive for that more perfect union

On Independence Day we celebrate the birth of our nation, a nascent state determined to be something different, something better than the nations left behind by those early settlers who first made the trip to the “New World.” We don’t celebrate the completion of that experiment or the perfection of our union. We celebrate its aspirations […]