We all thought this was over, but Donald Trump’s consigliere, William Barr, is determined to pave the way for a citizenship question on the 2020 census. Because … Donald Trump says so, apparently. Yup, that’s it. No other reason. Honestly, what other reason could there be?
< p class=”is-empty-p” style=”text-align:justify”> Speaker Nancy Pelosi needs to be careful not to throw shade at the millennials she accused of being Twitter creations this past weekend. I believe that Ms. Pelosi is trying to head off the Democrats mimicking the Tea Party. The Republican
Jeffrey Epstein is getting his comeuppance for alleged sex trafficking of underage girls. Is it rude to point out that Epstein is an old Trump pal, of whom Trump once said this? “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun
The Washington Post had an op-ed this morning — Our new Saddam Hussein — that got me to thinking about our insistence on repeating the same mistake in the Middle East, a region notoriously unforgiving of mistakes. In brief: We backed Shah Reza Pahlevi in
The repercussions of the 2016 presidential campaign continue to be felt on the unfolding 2020 contest. The good news is a record number of women candidates took the cue from Hillary Clinton's groundbreaking run as the Democratic nominee. The bad news is, they're being forced
Well, Republicans elected a guy who body-slammed a reporter and another one who confessed to serial sexual assault. Why not a guy who can’t spell his own name? In an FEC filing to officially kick off his run at a U.S. Senate seat, former Kansas
You are out for a walk in an area that had volcanic or tectonic activity millions of years ago. Now, it’s really pretty. the soil’s rocky so the trees are small, except for skinny pines, and tiny wildflowers are still blooming over the rolling hills, although
In Latin America, the situation has deteriorated to the extent that criminal gangs have taken over large areas in the wake of civil wars in the region. Much of this is due to a US policy of deporting thousands and thousands of gang members, trained in US