In the run-up to the midterms on Tuesday, President Trump has been hitting the campaign trail, hitting Democrats, and anyone else in his way, about the dangers from a group of Central American … Read More
The political poison that has infected the electorate can no longer be ignored.
Each incident – from the shooting of congressional Republicans on a baseball field last year, to the venomous Senate hearings last month – raises the threat toward greater violence.
Given the most … Read More
Eighteenth century French philosopher Voltaire once observed, “Common sense is not so common.”
In Washington, it’s virtually extinct.
But if you travel Northwest to Columbus, Ohio, you will find one man who reflects the kind of practical intelligence we need right now.
In case anyone … Read More
After two weeks of turmoil and rage, what more could possibly happen?
We’ve given up the common ground for my ground. We’ve gone from dissent to disrespect; from disrespect to hatred. Before we face the next bitter Division Du Jour, perhaps it’s time for us … Read More
With Two Updates —
Last night, before the close of the Senate’s business, before reading the FBI report that is scheduled to be available to Senators as early as 8:00 am this morning, Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said, “I am filing cloture (closure) … Read More
At the end of this commentary, I will ask a question of Republican Senate Judiciary Committee members.
After watching several moments of the committee’s hearing with sexual assault victim Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, followed by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, several things stood out.
The … Read More
At the 1991 confirmation hearing of Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas, law professor and former co-worker of Thomas, Anita Hill, gave graphic testimony regarding allegations of sexual harassment.
As reported by CBS News (Sept.19), here’s some of what Hill had to sit through.
Republican Senator … Read More