Vote blue, no matter who? Even if the “who” sees your boys and men as Xeroxes, to be interchangeably thrown against walls? How will black people, the most loyal of Democratic constituencies, respond, if this is what they are asked to do?
WASHINGTON – The news about the novel coronavirus in China grows more urgent daily. It can be frightening to think about the threat, but public health officials in this country constantly remind people that the risk of the disease here is low.
Nobody has forgotten George Washington. We have, however, misremembered him.
This Valentine’s Day, there’s one thing you surely will not see: a young, elegantly attired man next to a young woman in dirty jeans, an old T-shirt and running shoes. Think about it.
When it comes to Valentine’s Day, I’m the last man on Earth you’d ask for romantic advice.
Suppose your friend invites you to play Monopoly. But suppose she insists on a set of special rules applicable only to her. Like when she lands on your property, she only has to pay half the required rent. And for every house she buys, she gets one free. And when she passes “Go,” she gets $500. How legitimate would you consider that game to be?
More than anything else, what’s made my primary challenge to President Donald Trump nearly impossible – to a degree that I didn’t fully realize when I first hit the trail – is how brainwashed so many of my fellow Republicans seem to have become.
President Donald Trump inspires devotion and hatred in nearly equal measures. His Thursday address celebrating his acquittal by the Senate showed exactly why that’s the case.
It’s all Hunter Biden’s fault. And by all, I mean everything.
Surely you remember the “basket of deplorables.” Few people, if any, dared point out the obvious. Which is that Hillary Clinton was right.
“Kobe is dead.” Those were the first words out of my middle son’s mouth when I answered the phone. I paused, waiting for the punchline to this really bad joke. He said it twice more. My mouth fell open. Was he serious? It felt like words had become disconnected from meanings.
What happens in America when a black intellectual who was born into the crushing poverty of the Jim Crow South dares stand up to challenge white liberal Democratic orthodoxy?
If anyone doubts President Trump’s long awaited Israel-Palestine peace plan was mainly an election-oriented political document, he shattered those doubts Tuesday.
Despite nearly 53% of the vote statewide, a coalition formed quickly to file lawsuits and prevent Initiative 976 from being implemented. This is unfortunate.
Seven-and-a-half decades later, the murder factory known as Auschwitz has all but passed from living memory. So perhaps it feels distant to you, far removed in space and time.
I hope you’ll use National School Choice Week to find the best learning destination for your children, or celebrate the home they’ve already found in the right school.
If you were a juror in a trial and the judge said there would be no evidence and no witnesses because the defendant didn’t want them, you would be nonplussed – but you aren’t one of the Senate’s 53 Republicans.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court took up a case that is poised to have far-reaching effects on religious liberty. At issue are the state laws known as Blaine Amendments, which prohibit the use of government funding to benefit religious schools and other organizations.
Personalities aside, the monarchy has been slowly losing its allure in Canada. The arrival of Harry and Meghan will not change that.
A dramatic election that produced a stunning victory for democracy got too little attention here last weekend, as Americans focused on Iran and impeachment. In a blow to Beijing, Taiwan’s voters decisively reelected Tsai Ing-wen.