Analysis

It’s not ageism to question whether Biden or Trump are too old to be president. It’s realism.

By GREGORY L. MOORE In a running dialogue with former journalism colleagues approaching our 70s or midway into them, we’ve been discussing the fairness and relevance of ageism in the debate about our presumptive next President. I’ll be 70 this year and feel great. But am I up to the physical challenges of a high-demand …

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A future under threat: American intellect is becoming increasingly expensive and less informed

By JENNIFER CLANCY Remember sitting down at the breakfast table as a kid while your parents read the morning paper? Or flipping through local news channels as a family on the couch? It seems a long time past when we could all hum the tune to the same catchy jingle, chat across the fence with …

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With interest resuming on college loans, why can’t regular folks get some help?

By GREGORY MOORE With student loan interest resuming after a 3-year hiatus, the cost of college is once again top of mind for Americans burdened with sky-high tuition and fees. As a parent with two kids in college, the financial cost is almost unthinkable. Back when I started college, 50 years ago, the total annual cost was …

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When It Comes To Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Old Habits Are Hard To Break

By GREGORY MOORE Watching the video of an Ohio police officer releasing his K-9 on a defenseless Black man on his knees, hands up, after a questionable traffic stop, I thought to myself: old habits are hard to break. Despite body cameras, arrests and convictions for police misconduct, and eye-watering settlements, this outlaw behavior continues …

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