October 21, 2017 11:32 am Last modified: 1:55 am

Editorial

Editorial: Senators Just Don't Get It

They're kidding, right? The Senate couldn't be so out of touch that it approved a bill giving government workers a grab bag of benefits the government can't afford and which aren't available to mere citizens. Could it?

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Kudos to DLCA for Enforcement

The actions this week of DLCA moving to shut down a nightclub with a history of repeated violent crimes should serve as a sign that there is a reason for hope.

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Editorial: Join the Conversation, But Remember Your Manners

The Source welcomes comments and discussion about the news, and becoming a member of our online community is easy. But remember to keep it civil. Behave as if you were talking face to face.

 

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Picture This: Politician Can't Complain When in the Public Eye

Adelbert Bryan doesn't like having his picture taken. But as a public official performing his duties at a public meeting, he really has no room to complain about being in the public eye.

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Whining in Paradise

Faced with the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes, it's time for each and every one of us to stop whining and pay up.

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The Strange Economics of the Prosser Bankruptcy

If you despair over the economics of the U.S. budget, you will find them refreshingly rational compared to the ongoing saga of the Prosser bankruptcy case.

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Take a Stand Against Senseless Violence … Now!

Although our hearts are broken tonight by the loss of another innocent child through the insanity of wanton gunplay, we cannot afford to be numb over this.

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Small Intrusions Lead to Large Ones

If we don’t learn to consider how our behavior impacts those around us, we are doomed – at best – to lives that lack peace.

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Time to Stop the Carnival

I am personally very proud to have a governor who didn’t embarrass the people of the Virgin Islands by passing along the severely flawed draft constitution hammered out in the carnival atmosphere created by a small group of die-hard disrupters.

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Dead Being in the Middle of Road

While bicycling this morning, my husband and a companion came upon a severely injured, apparently stray dog lying in the road. Whoever left her there broke the law; but there's more to it than just that.

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