Chicago Tribune Opinion Express


November 7, 2016 View email in browser

Unqualified pretender Rhonda Crawford, hoping to be a judge, should step aside

Pretend-judge Rhonda Crawford could lose her law license and be convicted of a felony, yet she’s still on the Nov. 8 ballot — and likely to win.

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Rising Stars: From City Colleges to Chicago universities

The Star Scholarship program, which offers academically accomplished Chicago Public Schools students a free ride to City Colleges, is reaping encouraging results.

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A woman for president? After Obama, young voters shrug

Young voters don’t know a world where you have to choose between two white male options for president. This may explain why Hillary Clinton’s candidacy isn’t that exciting to them.

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James Comey should be fired

President Barack Obama should fire FBI Director James Comey for his sloppy handling of the Clinton email investigation.

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A look back: Chicagoans have last word at voting booth

Chicago Tribune photos show it is the ordinary American who, by simply marking a ballot, has the last word this presidential season.

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How the next president should approach the first 100 days

Let the next president dispense with the tired conceit of the “first hundred days.”

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Printable list of Chicago Tribune endorsements

Take this one-page list of Chicago Tribune endorsements with you to the polls (yes, it’s legal).

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Scott Stantis cartoons

Check out the latest cartoons by Tribune editorial cartoonist Scott Stantis.

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