Jennifer Rash’s Editorials
Opinion pieces by Jennifer Davis Rash.
September 22, 2020
Sometimes well-oiled machines are taken for granted
Nearly 20 years ago in January 2001, an earthquake registering 7.6 on the Richter scale devastated El Salvador’s city of Santiago de Maria. ... [READ MORE]
September 16, 2020
My Rashionale — Four ways to make a difference as we await Nov. 3
We are a little more than six weeks out, and we all know the intensity of the political rhetoric will only increase as we near election day, ... [READ MORE]
September 13, 2020
Celebrate grandparents every day and a little extra Sept. 13
Grandparents, we celebrate you this month, especially the tremendous role you play in the lives of your grandchildren. And for the grandchildren ... [READ MORE]
September 3, 2020
My Rashionale — Are Nigerian Christians right? Are we looking the other way?
All week I planned to write about Grandparents Day — for the grandkids out there, it’s Sept. 13 — but I can’t let go of the horrifying ... [READ MORE]
August 26, 2020
My Rashionale — Will we ever see Walter Cronkite-style news reporting again?
Our friend and your friend Joe McKeever (pastor, author, cartoonist) joked in a recent Facebook post about a headline from the Weather Channel. ... [READ MORE]
August 19, 2020
My Rashionale — Reporting, reviewing stats tedious but important for evaluation
Gov. Kay Ivey’s plea for Alabamians to fill out the 2020 census forms (see page 13) has me thinking about stats and analytics and why the numbers ... [READ MORE]