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  • Quad-City Times editorial board

Elected officials, not political appointees, should be making policy. Unfortunately, Davenport Levee Commission is too accustomed to lording o…

I read Chicago Tribune columnist John Kass’s opinion piece with interest in the Quad-City Times, May 24 edition. I am confused as to why Mr. K…

As a resident of Rock Island with a lifetime career in sales, I encounter many people from all political backgrounds at work, restaurants, gro…

Despite the election of Donald Trump, a majority of voters adjudged that he was inexperienced and/or temperamentally and intellectually unfit …

Listening to the beginning of the end of the Trumpster? I thought I would enjoy this. The last emotion I imagined arising from witnessing Pres…

Theresa May, 60, is widely regarded as a firm and steady leader, but can appear stiff and unspontaneous. Opponents accuse her of running a tightly controlled campaign that minimizes her exposure to undecided voters, and have criticized her refusal to take part in televised leaders' debates.

Friday was the anniversary of President Lincoln’s assassination. We still have work to do to enforce the principles Illinois’ favorite son sup…

On March 26, KWQC-TV claimed on air that the Iowa Republican-sponsored voter ID bill's purpose was to "combat voter fraud." That's not true. H…

The mantra of hatred so many Republicans in the U.S. government hold for President Barack Obama has existed since he was elected and not yet i…

  • James Q. Lynch Times Bureau

DES MOINES — After debating a voter ID bill for more than five hours Monday, Rep. Bruce Hunter wasn’t about to ignore its $700,000 cost.