Froma Harrop, Grand Forks Herald

Froma Harrop

Grand Forks Herald

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Past articles by Froma:

Froma Harrop: Biden knew full well to resist DC's softer criminal code

Some Republicans rant on about Democratic-run cities being pits of criminality. Most big cities are Democratic for a variety of reasons, and some suffer high crime. → Read More

Froma Harrop: They would kill our democracy for money

Fox was terrified that the audience it had inflamed with conspiracy theories would leave for even less respectable right-wing channels. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Politics and the Michigan mass shooting

We've been here before: shocked calls for an even modest tightening of gun laws and Republicans killing almost all efforts to do so. → Read More

Will Michigan State Mass Shooting Move The Gun Debate? Maybe

And so some angry, mentally ill person decides to shoot random human beings for no particular reason. Although mass killings have become commonplace — the one at Michigan State University was the 67th this year, and we're only in February — something feels different this time. → Read More

Froma Harrop: For GOP, it's 3 a.m. in an after-hours bar

The sun in Ronald Reagan's "Morning in America" set long ago. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Egg prices are already cracking

The price of eggs has already started to moderate as their stiffer cost has softened demand. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Biden's border policies are better but not good enough

Biden's repeated vows for a "humane" process sound good. The reality, however, is that a gentle approach is hard to maintain when thousands of migrants are surging across one's border. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Did Joe Biden 'shut down' American energy? Hardly

The evidence fails to support the melodrama. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Santos believes in quantity of lies over quality

Santos' success was not so much a reflection of his mastery of deceit as of a credulous electorate made even easier marks by lazy political professionals. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Sinema needs to be always in our face

The New York Times has run several pieces noting Sinema's fashion choices. In one opinion, they discussed the elephant in every room Sinema entered with considerable restraint. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Democrats are learning how to win

In changing the nominating process for president, Democrats are becoming more democratic. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Fauci proved no good deed goes unpunished

The doctor is approaching his 82nd birthday and is leaving public service. → Read More

Froma Harrop: It's time for Democrats to primary AOC

Ocasio-Cortez and company stand in the way of Democrats' retaining real power. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Trumpian carnage goes on full display

Clearly, revenge for losing the 2020 election still burns within, but the blowtorch is running low. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Don't ever go soft on crime

It's a safe assumption that fear of crime is what flipped several suburban New York congressional districts to Republicans. → Read More

Froma Harrop: The republic will survive drag queens

Remember: Some classic children's books include scenes of boys wearing girls' clothes. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Contrary to rumors, Democrats are better at the economy

Here's the real story: Inflation is a worldwide concern, and the problem is bigger elsewhere. → Read More

Froma Harrop: The Russian Fatherland is losing the fathers

When Russia first invaded, Israel assumed it would be processing a lot of Ukrainians. To its surprise, it has been receiving a surge of Russians instead. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Musk owns a lot, but not Twitter's followers

What Musk seems to miss, apart from a sense of civic responsibility, is this: No one has to be on Twitter. Letting Trump and his thuggy minions back on would ruin the neighborhood. → Read More

Froma Harrop: Abortion bans actually deter women from having babies

The abortion law in Texas has added so many layers of anxiety to pregnancy that some women have decided to not get pregnant at all, according to Dr. Patrick Ramsey, head of maternal medicine at University of Texas Health, San Antonio → Read More