The Daily Astorian editorial board announces some changes to the newspaper’s letters policy, starting today.
First, letters to the editor will be limited to 250 words, down from 350. This will allow us the space to get more letters into...
Chews away at essential American values
Oregonians love our college football, especially since the University of Oregon Ducks rose to prominence in recent decades.
We’ve created good-natured dividing lines between Ducks and Beavers, and some of us make treks to support our...
President Trump is lashing out at an American institution with a far better reputation than he enjoys himself
Opponents say the tax allows legislators a ‘back door’ to suck health care into the general fund, which will eventually lead to worse health budgets and outcomes
The greatest thing that the U.S. and Saudi Arabia could do is to stop working each other into a lather over this Iranian ‘threat’ and to focus on their domestic reform agendas
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So it’s not at all surprising that they were willing to enact a huge tax cut for corporations and the wealthy even though all independent estimates said this would add more than $1 trillion to the national debt
State leaders must insist on transparency, compliance
The soul at the core of the Trump administration
A life in politics, now under scrutiny
The internet has been the bastion of much of the country’s economic growth of the last two decades
Don’t expect immediate outside help
The American public is far too complacent about the possibility of a war with North Korea, one that could be incomparably bloodier than any U.S. war in my lifetime
Economic forecast paints picture of interdependence and change
As officers in the Army, Lewis and Clark knew that they ultimately were held responsible for any and all decisions, right or wrong
What’s happening in the U.S. Senate right now really does deserve Trumpian superlatives