‘Dirty’ doesn’t begin to describe politics in 2020
Is it really necessary to use the word “dirty” anymore when commenting about politics? Has it become redundant? Is there really any other kind?
10/26/2020 Our Opinion 0 comments
Keeping COVID case quiet doesn’t engender trust
People would like to trust their elected officials. That sort of begs for a punchline next, doesn’t it?
10/23/2020 Our Opinion 0 comments
NFL talking heads pile on disrespect for those who serve
It just won’t go away. NFL football and the disrespect of players and now announcers is in the news again.
10/22/2020 Our Opinion 0 comments
How JFK’s visit 60 years ago was different from today
On Sunday, the Eagle ran a story on a historic moment in Butler — when, 60 years ago, presidential candidate John F.
10/21/2020 Our Opinion 0 comments
2 local men making sure we never forget Andrew Williams
Two local men deserve praise for making sure that another man from the area — albeit one who was born 180 years ago — gets his overdue recognition.
10/20/2020 Our Opinion 0 comments
Commission did right thing by nixing ordinance
The Butler Planning and Zoning Commission made the right decision last week by voting unanimously against a proposed ordinance amendment that would have added a Central Business Entertainment...
10/19/2020 Our Opinion 0 comments
Compromise on stimulus bill urgent now
Congress has not agreed on a new coronavirus relief deal in over five months.
10/16/2020 Our Opinion 0 comments
Facebook action on Holocaust denial posts a good step
Although Facebook has rightfully taken a lot of heat in recent years over its allowing disinformation to spread like wildfire across its social media platform, the company did a good thing this week...
10/15/2020 Our Opinion 0 comments
Rotary fundraises for Robin’s Home during tough times
At a time when so many people are struggling due to COVID-19 and the repercussions from ensuing shutdowns as the virus spread, now is a difficult time to ask people to give.