Letters to the Editor Todd Fagin
a student has undoubtedly played a game of “snow day roulette” in which
the student opts to postpone completing homework under the hope
inclement weather will result in a school closing. If the forecast is
wrong or the school otherwise remains open, the student is often in
quite a predicament.
Commentary Brandon Dutcher
“Media skepticism is selective,” the author and essayist Joseph Sobran
once observed. “Lyndon Johnson didn’t meet the ‘adversary press’ when he
was pushing the (progressive) Great Society programs: He ran into it
when he pursued the (reactionary) war in Vietnam.”
Commentary Mike Brake The delegates to the 1787 Constitutional Convention conducted
their deliberations in secret. These were thoughtful men who realized
that the decisions they faced — how to design and construct a form of
government to maximize the freedoms only recently won in the American
Revolutionary War — required a great deal of give-and-take.