J. Karl Miller
The idea that voter ID laws lead to voter suppression is a political charade and grossly exaggerated.
The Uniform Code of Military Justice, signed into law by President Harry Truman in 1950, has served the armed forces well for more than 60 years.
Democrats are out of line for calling Republicans racist and homophobic for opposing certain legislation.
Earth Day has evolved into little more than a “feel good” exercise in pop environmentalism, embraced largely by those with negligible scientific or agricultural experience.
Former Cardinal player Stan Musial might have been one of the best people to play baseball, due in no small part to his unwavering integrity.
Contrary to the ranting of many in the anti-gun crowd, weapons that fire fully automatic or in bursts have been banned for decades, and none of the rifles used in either the Virginia Tech, Columbine or Newtown shootings were weapons used by the military.
Changing one's opinion is fine, but if it's only to compromise values in favor of political expedience it is contemptible.
The Transportation Security Administration's decision to relax some of its rules on airport screenings is a breath of fresh air.
If the Republican Party does not mobilize itself to act as one party, the GOP will once again allow a Democrat to be elected president in 2016.
Contacting your elected representative or senator about your concerns is more effective than complaining and waiting for someone else to take action.
The sequester was, and remains, a bad idea, conceived in haste and doomed to failure from day one,as neither side would budge one iota.
Hagel's misstatements and unpreparedness should raise more concerns than senators have voiced.
People opposing the hiring of Larry James are basing their dissent upon a wide range of accusations, largely unsupported by evidence and summarily dismissed by proper authority.
Gender equality cannot and should not be applied to the military — the idea is an irrational dream.
The columnist's pet peeves include ads from ambulance-chasing attorneys, TV commercials promising relief from debt, strident global-warming declarations and the behavior of bicyclists who believe they are exempt from traffic lights.
We should enjoy and appreciate the rest of 2012 rather than "dwell morosely on dashed election hopes."
The president's position, even defined as an initial offer on the table, cannot be considered a serious proposal by any reasonable standards.
That these indiscretions involving moral turpitude of military commanders are no longer isolated events raises my ire above the boiling point.
This is not a time to complain nor to seek a scapegoat — instead, it is time to move on and make it work.
The hype around "Superstorm" Sandy is digging up climate change claims once again.