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.
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.
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.
The reality is — and it pains me to say it — President Donald Trump had a very good night.
Yes, Dunham is annoying, self-absorbed and often shockingly ill-informed. She is also a talented story-teller.
For the political equivalent of giving Trump his lunch money, Ted Cruz bought his momentary protection.
Bringing facts to a Trump fight is like bringing a ladle to a gun fight.
Let’s dispatch with the idea that the presumption of innocence applies only to court proceedings, in which your liberty is at stake. It doesn’t.
Democrats seem to underestimate just how significant an impact Kavanaugh could have on midterms — for Republican turnout.