A roundup of Thursday’s editorials includes a look at the idea by a UGA professor to let students choose the grade they wish to be awarded, Newt Gingrich’s take on Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s lawsuit, Susan Rice’s ideas on curbing North Korean aggression, and more.
Here are some opinions from the Right and from the Left.
Opinions from the Right
It’s been a tough six months for Republicans, Karl Rove, admits, but the Democrats haven’t had it so cozy, either -- just Google former Democratic Gov. Jim Justice.
Will employers allow University of Georgia grads to name their own salary? The American Spectator asks how much will they be worth if they get to choose their own grade.
The former speaker of the House blasts Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s decision to sue the Department of Justice. According to Gingrich, Emanuel “perfectly illustrates the dangerous disdain the modern Left has for normal Americans.”
Opinions from the Left
4. Free Speech
Shutting down debate over topics we disagree with is not the way to foster free speech, columnist Susan Estrich says.
It took courage for Jeff Flake, (R-Arizona), to write a book condemning Republicans, but, as Leonard Pitts puts it, “… “this courage would be more impressive had it shown itself sooner. The GOP, after all, didn't lose its mind when Trump came to town. …”
Former U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice says the United States can deter North Korea from further aggression without going to war.
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