Editorial: Keeping China in check

According to Reuters, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will make sure China is aware of the United State's intentions for the region after a visit to Beijing this weekend. That includes ensuring that the South China Sea, a contested trade route of strategic importance, is kept open to navigation for all countries in the region.

East: Tangible memories

I can't carry the physical reminders with me, but I can remember. And that's the best part about memories: They're not tangible, but the good ones never lose you.

Korobov: Is Jeb Bush a RINO?

After Bush's interview with Fox's Megyn Kelly this past Sunday, I couldn't help but wonder if maybe Jeb chose his party affiliation incorrectly. His positions seem to be uncomfortably similar to Clinton all across the board.

Prall: The need for bullet trains in the U.S.

Tragedy struck an Amtrak train on Tuesday night. Seven people were killed and hundreds were injured after the train, travelling close to 100 mph, derailed going around a curve. This only illustrates how much we need a safer form of rail transportation here in the States.

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