Americans on Politics, Policy, And Pop Culture: The 101 Best Opinion Editorials from Opeds.com
Tomorrow morning in thousands of newspapers around the country, opinion editorials (or "op-eds") will appear by well-paid columnists like George Will, Michael Barone, Linda Chavez, and many others. Their sharply tuned vocabularies and finely crafted articles serve an important function in shaping public opinion on politics, social issues, and more.
But they ain't the only ones.
The Internet has made publishing and widespread distribution available to a new brand of opinion writers. They are teachers, lawyers, construction workers and parents with plenty of insightful things to say. And they're saying them at OpinionEditorials.com.
OpinionEditorials.com is the only online editorial site that publishes op-eds from writers of all levels and backgrounds-from seasoned columnists to everyday Americans-on a wide variety of topics. The popular web site has become the only resource for what "the rest of America is saying."
Americans on Politics, Policy, and Pop Culture contains 101 of the best op-eds published to date at OpinionEditorials.com. In it you'll find a wide variety of short pieces on everyone from President George W. Bush to John Kerry.
You'll also find opinions both poignant and humorous on:
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - WarnerToddHuston - LibraryThing
Opinions PLEASE! Anyone? Bueller? What do they say? Opinions are like, um, noses ... everyone's got 'em? (Of course "noses" isn't the exact phrase, but you get the picture) Yet, I challenge the ... Read full review
Rex Curry (Dr. Rex Curry, the Attorney) wrote the part entitled "Tree Laws Kill Trees" and it is fascinating, along with so many other points made in "American on Politics, Policy, And Pop Culture: The 101 Best Opinion Editorials.
The Morality of Prenatal Diagnosis
Kerry On NEAs Leash
Who Hates Whom?
Behind The Marriage Protection Act
Sticky Fingers Berger and the Case of the Inadvertently missing
John Kerry is a Scaredycat
What We Learned About Peace
The Fall of the Media Empire
The War on the Budweiser Frogs
A Fundamental Fact Of War With Fundamentalists
Banzhafs Fat Fallacies
The Case Against Gay Marriage
Edwards Believes in Two Americas
Liberty is not the source of our immorality
Is Kerry Already Excommunicated from the Church?
Time for Destructive Engagement
Eihrenreich Contra Aristotle
Youve Got the Wrong Jesus Howard
See Liberal People
Think Ill Name Her Dianne
Blessed Packages from Iraq
The Latest Tool of the American Left
Winning One for the Gipper
With Reservations I Will Vote for George W Bush
We Dont Want Jimmy Carter Judging Our Elections
The United Nations is Rapidly Making Itself Irrelevant
What is the Deal with a Caucasian Club?
Election Day Reflections
The Chicken or the Egg?
Rantings of a Silenced College Conservative
Footnotes to Plato
They Should Have Known
Voted for Nader in 2000 Voting for Bush in 2004
A Secular Approach to Conservatism
The First Female President
Diplomacy without Power is like Praying to an Idol
Are There Typewriters in Heaven?A tribute to John Averyt
Shock Awe and Fleeting Patriotism