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Battles for the No. 3 job in the federal government are well under way within both parties.
Protesters must recognize that lawlessness harms their cause and obfuscates the message they are attempting to share.
If your help ends at thoughts and prayers, I don’t want them. What I want is action.
By Markos Kounalakis McClatchy Washington Bureau Wow! Did the Supreme Court just…
Koko, the signing gorilla, made me uncomfortable. She was too intelligent, too intuitive, too human. I was wary of her, yet in awe of her.
A Virginia restaurant’s refusal to serve Sarah Huckabee Sanders and other recent incidents have sparked a big debate on civility.
There are several reasons to hope that change could finally be on the horizon.
By Erwin Chemerinsky The Sacramento Bee Shouting down speakers is inconsistent with…
By Christina Fialho Los Angeles Times The Trump administration, shamed by the…
By Dave Gauger Shakespeare, one of civilization’s most insightful observers of humanity,…
Delegate apportionment and timing are big issues
The Supreme Court once again passed up a historic opportunity to finally put some limits on partisan gerrymandering.
Some people are uneasy with the idea that foods aren’t as clearly defined as they once were.
The Trump-produced horror show at the U.S. border represents the rock-bottom of American responses to the challenge of immigration.
Ever since Trump set in motion the gradual termination of DACA, Congress has been stalled on solving the situation of these 700,000 so-called Dreamers.
You have to credit Bill Maher for his apt description of the Donald Trump presidency: a slow-motion coup.
Quit trying to make Trump out to have handled this so badly when there were three predecessors who put us in this fix in the first place.
About the only certainty is that if the deal blows up, Trump would find a way to blame it on bone spurs or Barack Obama.
Trump reduces all the moral issues that exist in global politics to the ethos of a celebrity gathering.