Ravens' John Urschel shares his love of math with Franklin High students

Paula Jones

Clinton, Trump a woeful choice

This presidential election is occurring in the age of anti-politics, as Robert Reich says ("Here's why Trump can win," May 25), and Donald Trump is a classic anti-politician. He revels in incorrectness, disdaining advice from cognoscenti and doing his own thing in an unscripted manner. Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, is so scripted that she risks fragmenting when confronted by an unrehearsed question. She is so weighed down by handlers that she resembles a marionette, dancing this way and that way until a spokesperson can clarify what she meant to say. Mr. Trump is...