Chicago Tribune Opinion Express


November 11, 2016 View email in browser

Hillary Clinton lost because she’s Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton can only blame herself for not breaking the glass ceiling, writes Heather Wilhelm.

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The world according to Trump, and the peril of isolationism

Donald Trump’s foreign policy should have as its fulcrum engagement with the world, not isolationism.

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What Donald Trump’s win tells boys everywhere

Donald Trump’s victory sends a message to wealthy white males throughout the United States.

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Seats shift but will change nothing in Springfield

Minor changes in the General Assembly won’t cause a breakthrough in the stalemate between House Speaker Michael Madigan and Gov. Bruce Rauner, writes Eric Zorn.

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In an echo chamber, journalists go deaf

How did the media miss the Donald Trump story? They stayed in their own world.

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I’m a Muslim woman and an immigrant. I voted for Donald Trump.

I’m a 51-year-old Muslim woman, and I am one of those secret Donald Trump supporters. I have no fears about being a Muslim in “Trump’s America.”

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The case for a soft Brexit

Britain’s vote to leave the EU rattled the West, but a soft Brexit would ease the pain. The U.S. has a stake in how this plays out.

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Scott Stantis cartoons

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

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