Unlike the rest, Oprah has the advantage of a well-defined brand — one of empowerment, lifting up and bringing together.
S. E. Cupp
S.E. is a nationally syndicated columnist, author and commentator. She is author of the book “Losing Our Religion: The Liberal media’s Attack on Christianity” and co-author of the book “Why You’re Wrong About the Right.” She is a CNN contributor.
If Democrats try to out-left one another in the primary, Trump will win a general election. But this presents a real conundrum.
Omar supports one policy that is patently bad for Jews.
It’s illustrative of a larger problem both parties are facing: Voters are sick of them, and they know it.
Nancy Pelosi knew the optics and the impact of furloughing 800,000 federal workers over a symbolic, political prop.
In many ways, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is in the making of Trump himself, only plausible because of him, and only justified in comparison to him.
Though the military is loath to wade into politics, the president has thrust it into the realm of the overtly political, often to service his own ego.
Ross Matthews, entertainer: Stop thinking the worst of our leaders and lawmakers and, instead, believe that heroes still exist! Pessimism is so 2018!
The worst manifestation of online bullying, save for actual death threats, are the messages imploring other people to hurt or kill themselves.
It made for perfect late night fodder, and “Saturday Night Live” will have a field day with it this weekend. But there was nothing funny about it.
Without a doubt, Biden would be the most qualified candidate in a crowded sea of Democratic hopefuls running in 2020. The question is, who cares?
The sooner Republicans acknowledge the basic facts of climate change, the sooner they can get to crafting a conservative strategy to combat it.