Nov 25, 2014
The system worked. Despite the certainty of riots, and the very real threat of harm to themselves should they not indict, the 12 grand jury members had the courage to make the right call.
Nov 20, 2014
Our respect for the rule of law, and the order and stability it produces, has been a bedrock value for so long that it’s often taken for granted.
Nov 14, 2014
The Republicans had their biggest romp since 1931, which brings up the $64,000 question: Now what? Will the GOP engage in payback, knocking down President Obama at every chance, even if he is willing to compromise?
Nov 11, 2014
The GOP tidal wave was massive, with Republicans winning coast-to-coast. Pre-eminent was a man who, after achieving a stunning 10-point victory in America’s sixth-largest state, instantly became a leading contender for vice-president, and perhaps one day something even higher.
Nov 4, 2014
Predicting this year’s election results isn’t hard. But perhaps more important than the returns are the reasons behind the vote, since understanding the electorate’s mindset provides insight into what direction the country will take.
Oct 31, 2014
Ebola is here to stay. But not because it is an efficient killer. It’s much more basic. Ebola will thrive because it’s being enabled by America’s Big Three diseases: Arrogance, Incompetence, and Entitlement.
Oct 22, 2014
Anyone who thinks attacks on free speech and religious liberties are limited to one side of the political spectrum is dangerously misinformed.
Oct 17, 2014
If we ever hope to eradicate racial tensions, we need leaders of all races to unite and demand colorblindness for America , from police, to entertainment, to the workplace.