The opinion editors discuss how The Daily Gamecock fits into a media environment that insists on blurring the lines between news and opinion.
Controversy is detrimental to advertisers, not liberal pressure.
To win against the Taliban, once and for all, we must go after what fuels their success: opium.
Fighting terrorism and instability, U.S. overseas deployments are an important aspect of our foreign policy and domestic security.
Decriminalizing drugs would help us treat addiction and reduce drug-induced mortality.
Trump's lack of diplomatic skills hampers the State Department and hurts U.S. influence worldwide.
The U.S. must respond to the ethnic cleansing in Myanmar.
A lack of infrastructure spending continually places South Carolina at risk.
Killing insurgents won't win wars on its own.
A first strike on North Korea would be a bloody, pointless affair.
The Office of Student Conduct leaves the door open for abuse with weak burdens of proof for punishments and lasting consequences.
Believe it or not, the IRS is a good thing, and we have got to stop cutting funding to it.
The National Rifle Association doesn't represent the 23 percent of liberals and 36 percent of moderates who own guns.
Fox News is taking on some characteristics of state-run media outlets in other, more authoritarian countries.
The Trump administration ignores a viable solution to the opioid crisis — marijuana.
U.S. hegemony depends on the developing world.
South Carolina voters need to push back against corruption.
Ten students give their opinions on an issue prevalent on most college campuses: alcohol use and misuse.
Trump and the "alt-right" ignore growing radicalization in their ranks.
"Alternative facts" are just an attempt to lie without retaliation.