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Trump or Clinton: What difference...?

May 21, 2016 So now with the capitulation of conservative Ted Cruz and whiny moderate John Kasich, we are left with two big-government Democrats, insiders both of them, each with problems with the truth: Hillary... more »»

‘Ferguson Effect’ real, threatens black Americans most

May 21, 2016 John Quincy Adams, our greatest secretary of state (sorry, Hillary Clinton fans), thought that Cuba would inevitably become part of the United States. more »»

‘Lying’ video Clinton’s viral nightmare

May 20, 2016 You could say that it all depends on how you define “lie.” Or, perhaps, that it’s hell to have a public recor. more »»

2016 winner left with negative mandate to govern

May 20, 2016 On the eve of the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City, I asked former GOP chairman and then-Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour who would win that year’s presidential campaign. more »»

Do millennials know what socialism is?

May 19, 2016 Socialism is having a moment. I’m not just referring to Bernie Sanders’ surprisingly strong showing in the Democratic primaries. more »»

Should America apologize for Hiroshima?

May 18, 2016 The first flash came at 8:15 on a Monday morning. Eyewitnesses remember it as a bolt of soundless light as if the sun had somehow touched down to the Earth. And suddenly, Hiroshima was gone. more »»

Trump returns to ’90s for his anti-Clinton strategy

May 18, 2016 WASHINGTON — Having turned the presidential campaign into a reality TV show, Donald Trump seems bent now on converting it into a fall-season soap oper. more »»

Girls discover inner critics on their own

May 17, 2016 The magazine Discovery Girls pitches itself as a publication that aims to help empower girls from ages 8 to 12. Much of the time, judging by its website, it manages to do just that. more »»

North Carolina fights against secular left’s sludge

May 17, 2016 Standing on principle, not to mention common sense, is so rare these days that when someone does it they make headline. more »»

Republicans selling their souls to Trump

May 16, 2016 “Let no one be mistaken: Donald Trump’s candidacy is a cancer on conservatism, and it must be clearly diagnosed, excised and discarded,” former Texas Gov. Rick Perry declared 10 months ago. more »»

Nation’s political crises are results of cultural downfall

May 16, 2016 Let’s call this the most unsurprising headline of the year so far: “Marriage Increases the Odds of Surviving Cancer, Studies Find. more »»

Clinton got away with early fibbing

May 14, 2016 Hillary Clinton should be thankful that her career as America’s truth bender began long before social media really got going. more »»

Cuban-American also-rans sustain political dings

May 14, 2016 John Quincy Adams, our greatest secretary of state (sorry, Hillary Clinton fans), thought that Cuba would inevitably become part of the United States. more »»

Farewell, Grand Old Party

May 13, 2016 It wasn’t precisely an act of moral courage, but House Speaker Paul Ryan’s comment that he’s not ready to support presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump was at least ... something. more »»

Free college tuition a crackpot idea? Lincoln didn’t think so

May 13, 2016 Prominent opinion-leaders and leading American politicians have roundly rejected the unrealistic and impractical idea, championed by a member of Congress from Vermont, to provide a four-year college... more »»

10 things to know today: Friday, May 13, 2016

May 13, 2016 Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. U.S. more »»

Gig economy puts workers on their own

May 12, 2016 Pouty, whiney, and spoiled-bratism is not nice coming from a 4-year-old — but it’s grotesque when it comes from billion-dollar corporate elites like Uber and Lyft. more »»

Fine, let’s do this: ’16 vote is reckoning

May 11, 2016 So it has come to this: Trump 2016. more »»

Republican establishment’s revolt too litle, too late

May 11, 2016 WASHINGTON — Like locking the barn door after the horse has been stolen, the Republican establishment is mounting a feeble rebellion against Donald Trump’s presidential nomination, which is now... more »»

No tiptoeing around Trump

May 10, 2016 Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee for president, and now journalists must decide how to cover him. more »»



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