Feb 7, 2018
Offering power to any side without restraint damages political discourse. This is what we should guard against and, one would hope, however the Sinclair-Tribune merger unfolds, the public’s need for diverse views will prevail.
Sep 18, 2017
The free exchange of opinion once characterizing universities is now challenged. The avatars of social justice have arrogated to themselves the role of arbiter. It hasn’t stopped there. The danger of censorship is greater than the psychological damage of ugly expression.
Sep 6, 2017
Is national unity fading? Does Charlottesville represent the foreshadowing of a new destiny, one in which disorder prevails? Clearly there aren’t any prescriptions for healing. The only imponderable is how much worse things will get.
Aug 15, 2017
The Never Trumpers are not likely to change their position on the president, but there are many agnostics who want to see evidence that order can be restored to the White House and Donald Trump can be restrained. Should that not occur, this presidency can be in trouble.
Jun 13, 2017
In a modest way, American leadership has been restored, at least for the time being. Now the pressure is on to translate the blaring trumpets and booming cannons of President Trump's Mideast visit into policies that are sustainable and yield regional stability.
May 22, 2017
Where this crisis is headed is anyone’s guess. Conditions for stability will emerge. Should North Korea actually precipitate a war, it would be eliminated from the map. Kim Jong-un knows that. It's hoped cool heads will seek stability without bombs. God help us if this isn’t the case.
May 15, 2017
A virtual unknown centrist and pro-European Union pol who served as the erstwhile minister of the economy, Emmanuel Macron, is now the president of France.
May 9, 2017
Donald Trump is being tested, and those tests have just begun. Putin is setting traps throughout Europe and Xi Jinping is flexing his muscle in the South China Sea. President Trump must choose wisely, history is not about to stand still.