Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Opinions P.M.: Hey, Texas. Students need to learn about Helen Keller. Don’t remove her.

Opinions P.M.
Hey, Texas. Students need to learn about Helen Keller. Don't remove her.
Successful people with disabilities such as Keller foster inclusive communities.
She reported her rape. Her hometown turned against her. Can justice ever be served?
Twelve years later, past and present residents of Arlington, Tex., are still reckoning with Amber Wyatt's story.
Some interpersonal verbs, conjugated by gender
She should have been responsible. He cannot have been responsible.
Why did the Ben Jealous campaign attempt to ban a reporter from the Maryland gubernatorial debate?
Over the course of a few days, Tamela Baker of the Herald-Mail became Maryland's most controversial journalist.
Yulia Tymoshenko and the fight for Ukraine: 'We cannot accept peace on Putin's terms'
The Post's Lally Weymouth interviews Ukraine presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko in Kiev ahead of the March election.
The WorldPost
For the benefit of society, get out of your comfort zone
Our social circles are becoming too insular.
Why supporters are lining up to vouch for Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh
The medieval roots of character testimony.
Kavanaugh Republicans are debating whether screaming means maybe
They'll ask the judge for a ruling.
The Plum Line
Think Trump's war on the rule of law is bad now? Just you wait.
After November, the president's cold war with the Justice Department could turn hot.
The Plum Line
These quotes from Republicans give away their game on Kavanaugh
Why Republicans don't really want a full accounting of Christine Blasey Ford's claims.
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