Opinion

Op-Ed: Why Dr. Seuss’ evolution is the right lesson for us all

Dr. Seuss Enterprises, the business that preserves the author’s legacy, announced recently that six of his works will stop being…

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Opinion: Dr. Seuss isn’t going anywhere, and neither is panic over ‘cancel culture’

As the parent of two third-graders and a kindergartener, I can say with some authority that Dr. Seuss isn’t going…

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Letters to the Editor: Republicans are done with democracy. Don’t let them gut voting rights

To the editor: Nothing is more fundamental to our democracy than every citizen’s right to vote, yet Republicans seek to…

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Letters to the Editor: Gavin Newsom stabbed workers in the back by being silent on Prop. 22

To the editor: Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Future of Work Commission called for a new “social compact” for workers — an…

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Column: Biden levels an innocuous insult at red-state governors and his critics go wild

“It is now time to open Texas, 100%,” a maskless Gov. Greg Abbott announced at a Mexican restaurant in Lubbock,…

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Letters to the Editor: Why switching to all-electric homes in California would be a mistake

To the editor: Our nation must reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but your call for California to ban natural gas hookups…

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Op-Ed: We need a national strategy to help health workers recover from the stress of the pandemic

COVID-19 has hit our already burdened healthcare workforce like a sledgehammer. More than a year into the pandemic, an immediate,…

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Opinion: If Mein Kampf can sell on EBay, why not discontinued Dr. Seuss books?

EBay allows people to sell Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf on its site, as well as the infamously false and anti-Semitic…

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Column: Is scamming hard-wired? That’s one explanation for the explosion of pandemic ripoffs

It’s despicable, yes, and horrifying. But is anybody really surprised that pandemic profiteers were trying to make a buck by…

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Letters to the Editor: Don’t take anti-Asian hate as a given. Fight back against it

To the editor: Growing up, I remember white kids following me and chanting “ching chong” and “jap jap” while making…

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