What we see in Europe today is people who, belatedly recognizing this, have begun to “rage, rage, against dying of the light.”
With his declaration Friday that the Iran nuclear deal is not in the national interest, President Donald Trump may have put us on the road to war with Iran.
To never-Trumpers this is pure blasphemy. Yet the similarities are there.
To attend the Colts game where Peyton Manning’s number was to be retired, Vice President Mike Pence, a former governor of Indiana, flew back from Las Vegas.
Paddock murdered 59 people he did not know and against whom he had no grievance. How did he come to be a man who treated fellow humans as vermin?
What holds us together when issues of race, religion, ethnicity, culture, history and politics appear to be pulling us ever further apart?
What is taking place today is a growing alienation of one-half of the country from the other, a growing belief of millions of Americans that our society has become morally sick.
If we do not cure ourselves of this interventionist addiction, it will end our republic. When did we dethrone our God and divinize democracy?
Sundays with the NFL, as a day of family and friends, rest and respite from the name-calling nastiness of American politics, is over.
Who violently disrupts political rallies, on campuses and off? Who engages in mob violence after almost every police shooting of a black suspect?
Tribalism appears to be doing to the Bush New World Order what it did to Mikhail Gorbachev’s Soviet Union.
In the days of Henry Clay and Daniel Webster, Congress was a rival to even strong presidents. Those days are long gone.
By setting off a 100-kiloton bomb, after firing a missile over Japan, Kim Jong Un has gotten the world’s attention.
In inflation-adjusted dollars, the cost of Harvey will exceed that of the Marshall Plan, which rebuilt Europe after World War II…
Seven months into the Trump presidency, the promise of a new Republican era has receded. Because the GOP coalition has gone to battle stations — against itself..
A sixth of the way through the 21st century, what is there to make us believe this will be the Second American Century?
World War II ended the Japanese and Italian empires, with the British and French following soon after. The Soviet Empire collapsed in 1989. Is it now the turn of the Americans?
Mount Rushmore-sized carvings of Lee, Jackson and Davis are on Stone Mountain, Georgia. Are they to be blasted off?
Many Southern towns, including Alexandria, Virginia, have statues of Confederate soldiers looking to the South. Shall we pull them all down?
With a growing arsenal of North Korean ICBMs targeted on America is intolerable, the question must arise: Why not move U.S. forces off the peninsula?
So, it is time to ask: If this city [Washington DC] brings Trump down, will the rest of America rejoice??
Does Trump believe that confronting Putin with rising casualties among his army and allies in Ukraine is the way to force the Russian president to back down?
A time for truth. U.S. sanctions on North Korea, like those voted for by Congress last week, are not going to stop Kim from acquiring ICBMs. He is too close to the goal line…
How did we get to this peril point when there is no evidence that Trump or any senior aide colluded in the hacking??
What injury did the Assad regime, in power for half a century and having never attacked us, inflict to justify what we have helped to do to that country?