“You,” the Fox News viewers, have indeed decided: For something to be meaningful, it doesn’t necessarily have to be true.
Here we are again. An ocean away, another genocide unfolds, but this time before our very eyes.
Talented and principled anchors at Sinclair’s 193 stations around the country should stand up and say, enough. This isn’t journalism.
As First Lady she is an inherently important figure in American politics. And women are watching.
Trump can lead on drugs, but only if cooler heads can dissuade him away from his basest instinct to talk tough, and instead actually act smart.
Republicans latching onto dimwitted D-listers who bring little to the table but unmeditated blurting about the culture wars is, well, a bad look.
Small solutions might not make for a jazzy op-ed or satisfy the righteous indignation of anti-gun activists. But on the upside, they might work.
High-profile women in Republican leadership are exposing a shocking disdain for what is good for women.
If you believe climate change is real and that we should be having smart conversations about how to best address it — and I do — this isn’t helping.
It’s equally stunning and disappointing that Donald Trump didn’t see this gift looking him in the face.
It was a smugness from the liberal media, which talked about Christian America as if it were a vestigial organ of some extinct, diseased dinosaur.
Straining to explain away Trump’s racist comments with cutesy semantics will not convince anyone that he didn’t say what he did.
Gimmicks like this are little more than shallow virtue-signaling.
Awareness is fine. Action is better.
Unless it’s to offer women a non-handsy hand, some words of support or a no-strings-attached job opportunity, don’t.