Terry H. Schwadron

Jan. 26, 2022

We finally have a bill about feelings.

Set aside decisions about building infrastructure and fixing bridges or creating pre-kindergarten or considering sheltering the homeless or even preserving voting rights –things that governments might do either federally or locally to deal with social problems.

This…

Terry H. Schwadron

Jan. 25, 2022

It is breathtaking that we find ourselves on the brink of another war that looms in Europe but could suck in the world. It should be far more nervous making even than we’re seeing.

Any U.S. fantasy over the last weeks that a showdown…

Terry H. Schwadron

Jan. 24, 2022

The words are angry and tough about getting guns off the streets, particularly in New York City. The actions are a little more difficult to see.

After Friday’s fatal shooting of a 22-year-old New York Police Department officer and wounding of two others who…

Lincoln County voting precinct being closed

Terry H. Schwadron

Jan. 23, 2022

The overly political ripples from Senate defeat of voter rights legislation this week are not going away.

The fervor of argument is too heartfelt for legislators or the public to walk away from what increasingly is being seen as a test of our national…

Terry H. Schwadron

Jan. 21, 2022

To my ear, to hear the Republican National Committee say it doesn’t want its presidential candidates to debate seemed like telling a kid you don’t want him or her to eat the broccoli.

Republican leadership has told the Commission on Presidential Debates that it…

Terry H. Schwadron

Jan. 20, 2022

Among speculation about possible Justice Department prosecutions arising from events leading to last year’s Jan. 6 Capitol riots, one standout issue is raising questions by itself.

Over the last few days, The Bulwark, the online site that sees itself as a politically center-right critic…

Terry H. Schwadron

Jan. 19, 2022

Officially, the Joe Biden administration is one year old tomorrow.

As with most toddlers of that age, we love to see them, but we wish they would be able to walk and talk on their own.

Evaluation of any presidency is more complex than…

Terry Schwadron

Journalist, musician, community volunteer

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