A roundup of editorials from the state’s newspapers Monday includes a look at how working together will give kids a place to dream, why Mitch McConnell is less than helpful and how a plan made a rally go off as it should.Here are some opinions from the right.
1. If you build it, will they come?
From The Telegraph: It took several entities that have helping children as their goal to come together to raise the funds for a new athletic field behind Hartley Elementary School. Here’s the example of what dreams can be fulfilled when we work together.
2. Not-so-great expectations
From the Augusta Chronicle: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell needs to help President Donald Trump, or get out of his way when it comes to governing.
3. Keeping our cool, setting a standard
From the Augusta Chronicle: A round of applause for both sides at the Confederate monument rally on Sunday. Police and citizens helped to provide a safe, civil atmosphere.
4. Trump's is a wounded presidency
From The Brunswick News: Donald Trump’s presidency hasn’t been exactly on track for the first eight months. Oh, and it’s going to get worse.
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