Chicago Tribune Opinion Express


November 16, 2016 View email in browser

After Trump, I can’t relate to my evangelical faith

With their embrace of Donald Trump, white evangelicals have lost all credibility, every last shred of it.

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The making of mushroom soup in Springfield

What could be more important to Madigan and Cullerton than trying to resolve a budget impasse that is harming Illinois citizens? Their hubris. That’s what, writes Kristen McQueary.

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Downsize the imperial presidency

President Obama used every opportunity to expand his authority as president. Democrats are realizing that soon Donald Trump will have that same power.

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I’m a Donald Trump supporter pollsters missed

The political pundits who predicted Hillary Clinton would win should get out more and talk to everyday Americans, like me.

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Gwen Ifill’s relentless optimism energized her success

Clarence Page on why we’ll miss PBS’ Gwen Ifill, an iconic figure in broadcast journalism.

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Donald Trump will be president, yes, but life will go on

Garrison Keillor: Donald Trump, a man who doesn’t read books, will be president of the United States. But life goes on, remember that.

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Breaking up on social media is not so hard to do

Eric Zorn on what to tell people when they ask you why you blocked or unfriended them on social media.

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Scott Stantis cartoons

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

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