National Editorials and Columns
As the Supreme Court nears the end of its term, the big decisions we are still waiting for concern race and marriage. These decisions offer the court an opportunity to exercise an unwonted self-restraint.
SPRINGFIELD – For the life of me, I’ll never understand why lawmakers are too lazy to push their own voting buttons.
The Trayvon Martin murder case will boil down to one claim known by mothers everywhere.
“Gentlemen do not read each other’s mail.”
If the national tax revolt has bookends, the first bracket was placed 35 years ago this month.
Edward Snowden was appalled.
With Father’s Day on Sunday, there is good news and bad news. First the negative: Single mothers head up almost 9 percent of American households. The good news? Fathers who care are making a huge difference in this country.
Hillary Clinton is now on Twitter.
Every time I visit a state prison for a story, I’m filled with wonderment at what I see.
Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential candidate, won among voters over the age of 30, but lost younger voters by 23 points. That statistic has gotten a lot of attention from Republicans, especially since they have now lost young voters in three presidential elections in a row. They worry that voting Democratic could be habit-forming for this generation.
I cannot write this the way I want. Doing so would invade the privacy of too many people. But I can’t be silent, either.
The sky isn’t falling. The train is not wrecking. The end is not nigh. And to drag this out a bit, the tidings are not all bad.
So June 1 I’m back on the ball field coaching my 9-year-old boy’s little league team along with three other fathers.
If my husband were president, I think I’d have to be exiled to the Kingdom of Bhutan for the duration of his tenure, because there is no way I would have the self-discipline of Michelle Obama.
Republicans on Capitol Hill are abuzz with the possibility that the scandal at the Internal Revenue Service will lead to tax reform. Media strategist Frank Luntz is advising them to harness public outrage to reach this goal.
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