Kathleen Parker

Dec 24, 2014
Little Kim Jong Un, supreme leader of the Democratic (cough, cough) People's Republic of Korea, apparently wasn't able to tolerate what we nutty Americans call political satire. Or at least what Hollywood calls satire.

Dec 17, 2014
It's not easy to feel sympathy for a mega-company that may have caused such a terrible fire. But what if there were other possible culprits, known about but never revealed by the plaintiff's attorneys? Alas, such is the case.

Dec 10, 2014
Only in Washington would anyone ask this question: Can a woman be both feminist and conservative? Why, yes, she can.

Dec 3, 2014
I'm not the first to wonder or comment on the media's role in contributing to events, but some further clarifications seem warranted in this case.

Nov 26, 2014
What you or I think in the absence of a trial to present and defend against charges with evidence and testimony under oath is irrelevant. It is at least a mockery of justice that bodes not so well for a present-future.

Nov 20, 2014
Pope Francis, like Jesus, is no peacemaker. He is a rabble-rouser , in a good way.

Nov 12, 2014
Punditry aside, there's no mystery to the midterm shellacking. It was a loud, clear shout-out to Congress to Just Stop It. Not only stop Obamacare, which more likely will end up being tweaked, but to stop executive overreach and disinformation to sway votes while betraying voters.

Oct 29, 2014
Anything still can happen, but it seems as though Republicans may command both the House and Senate beginning next year.

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