Tricia Bishop

Writer

Tricia Bishop, the deputy editorial page editor, was a reporter in the business and metro sections covering biotechnology, education and city and federal courts prior to joining the board.

Recent Articles

  • Sexual harassment isn't a partisan problem, it's a gender problem

    Sexual harassment isn't a partisan problem, it's a gender problem

    When news broke last month about Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual misconduct, I got a bunch of emails from people demanding to know why I hadn’t included Bill Clinton in a list of prominent men either outed or punished in the past year for similar behavior. It’s a ridiculous, and revealing, question....

  • Lamont Davis isn't innocent, but that doesn't mean he's guilty

    Lamont Davis isn't innocent, but that doesn't mean he's guilty

    There are a few cases I covered as a courts reporter that will stick with me for the rest of my days. Mark Castillo methodically drowning his three young children in a hotel bathtub. Patrick Byers using a contraband cell phone to order the contract killing of a witness from a Baltimore jail cell....

  • The Harvey Weinstein in the room

    The Harvey Weinstein in the room

    “I’ve known Harvey Weinstein for a long time, I’m not at all surprised.” — President Donald Trump It seems most everyone who knew film producer Harvey Weinstein knew Harvey Weinstein — the private Harvey Weinstein, the serial sexual assaulter Harvey Weinstein who was publicly revealed in disgusting...

  • Learning, belatedly, from my grandmother's mistakes

    Learning, belatedly, from my grandmother's mistakes

    My Grandma Betty worked for most of her life, starting as a teen at the Lakes Theater in Detroit Lakes, Minn., and continuing right up into her 80s, when she crunched numbers for Nielsen Research, her red hair finally tinged white at the temples. In between she helped out at her parents’ store...

  • I voted for Clinton, but her book makes me cringe

    I voted for Clinton, but her book makes me cringe

    I voted for Hillary Clinton. She would have made a fine president. She was well qualified for the position, and there’s no doubt she was maligned and misrepresented throughout the campaign on her way to winning the popular vote while ultimately losing in the Electoral College. Still, the very idea...

  • Taylor Swift sets example for women by refusing to 'shake it off'

    Taylor Swift sets example for women by refusing to 'shake it off'

    I wish Taylor Swift had taken him to the cleaners. David Mueller — a 51-year-old DJ — had the gall to not only grab her 23-year-old behind during a photo op in 2013 (standing next to his then-girlfriend, no less), but to also sue the world-famous pop star for losing his radio job because of it. But...

  • Take your own advice, commissioner: don't rush to defend officers accused of wrongdoing

    Take your own advice, commissioner: don't rush to defend officers accused of wrongdoing

    I understand Police Commissioner Kevin Davis’ impulse in wanting to stand up for his officers after two body camera videos appeared to show them staging drug recoveries in separate incidents. After all, we don’t really know what the recordings show, just what we think they show, and his department...

  • Trump can't stop being himself

    Trump can't stop being himself

    In the same week we learned there was yet another reason to admire Amelia Earhart as a feminist icon and were reminded of the brilliance of Maryam Mirzakhani, the only woman to win the equivalent of a Nobel Prize in mathematics, our president reduced France’s first lady to the status of a racehorse....

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