From the column: "I crave justice. And prosecution would provide the catharsis for which many of us yearn. But at what cost?"
From the column: "President Joan Gabel and our faculty and staff have addressed recent challenges with urgency, determination, and new investment."
From the editorial: "Anyone thinking of sitting this one out can remember that the right to cast ballots was paid for with blood shed on battlefields and has been protected with vigilance and ferocity for generations. Remember that voting shouldn't be seen as a chore but as a privilege and a responsibility."
"An 80 mph wind ripped through our farmstead near Larimore, North Dakota, toppling trees, some of which landed in inopportune places."
In many states, Medicare only covers up to 80% of dialysis treatment, and Medigap plans to cover the remaining expense aren't accessible to patients under 65.
From the column: "None of this (military spending) seems to have made the world any safer — and, unlike the Webb telescope, it’s not very inspiring, either."
From the column: "Aside from the eventual scientific and economic spinoffs, simply better knowing our place in the universe cannot be measured in dollars."
Big spending on school-district facilities has left a trail of broken promises and has wasted an unconscionable amount of wealth and resources.
I believe that aligned with penance and culpability is atonement, a set of actions to make up for the sin.