“It’s hard to describe this as a modern White House. It may be a post-modern White House,” Rahm Emanuel said. “You’re watching a slow-motion crash.”
Welcome to what passes for discourse in America, 2017, where no moral lapse is so extreme that it can’t be reframed and explained away.
As shocking as it may have been to hear accusations of treason out of the president’s mouth, Vladimir Putin he ain’t.
Forcing your underlings to fight among one another might indeed weed out the disloyal and the lethargic, but it also wastes a lot of time.
Don’t get into an argument with a Trump supporter, especially if it’s a member of your family.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle ought to choose collaboration over intimidation.
Good citizenship does not include just showing up to vote on election day, but requires actively participating in the process of governance.
Does anyone believe that we have arrived at the the low point of Donald Trump’s presidency? My guess is the true bottom is years away.
I fail to understand the message that Sarah Huckabee Sanders hopes to communicate to her daughter. That bullying is acceptable?
If Trump were truly concerned about the impact of transgender troops on military readiness, he would educate himself on the matter.
A remarkable 40 percent of Arkansas voters “strongly disapprove” of Trump’s presidency. And that was before he started bullying the Attorney General.
I urge Gov. Bruce Rauner to listen to columnist Mark Brown, the General Assembly and school officials and sign SB 1.
Donald Trump was born into fabulous wealth; I was born into working class poverty. We have one thing in common: As young men we both faced the draft.
He said he wouldn’t bomb Syria. You bought it. But then he bombed Syria.
Welcome to America, 2017: Contrary information can be shrugged off as “fake news.” Science is a lie. And courts are dubious if they rule against you.