His column in the Houston Chronicle fails to impress.
Americans have taken the dominance of the Women’s National Team for granted.
A standoff over social issues may derail a $900 billion budget bill.
Tommy Tuberville’s stunt is now impacting the highest levels of the military.
Thoughts after reading Part 2 of the Reuter’s series, “Slavery’s Descendants”
The justices declined to review a bizarre 4th Circuit decision.
A massive expansion of the Pell Grant program for prisoners goes into effect next month.
Protests against the governing party signal tensions in advance of fall elections.
Perfect timing, it would seem.
When we do it, it’s negotiation. When they do it, it’s hostage taking—and terrorism.
We’re getting weird policies almost nobody is asking for.
A sensible compromise on a controversial issue.
The Netanyahu government is facing massive strikes and protests over its latest authoritarian moves.
A chance for readers to play political strategists
What’s that phrased about broken clocks?
A silly workaround to an infuriating problem that won’t go away.