In Friday’s commentary (Right Message, Wrong Moment), I sided with Serena Williams’s point about a double standard that women are held more accountable for their bad behavior than men. I was wrong.
Near the end of this year’s women’s U.S. Open final, Williams … Read More
When President Trump addressed a group of evangelical leaders at the White House recently, he offered this stark warning:
“This November 6 election is very much a referendum on not only me, it’s a referendum on your religion, it’s a referendum on free speech and … Read More
Halfway through the comedy City Slickers, Curly – the irascible, tougher-than-leather cowboy played by tough guy Jack Palance – unexpectedly dies on the trail. At his burial, the cook offers this short admonition to the Almighty:
“Lord, we give you Curly. Try not to … Read More
Richard Painter served for two years as George W. Bush’s ethics counsel. Since Donald Trump took office however, he’s frequently spoken out about Trump’s ethical lapses on cable news shows. Painter, along with Norm Eisen, Obama’s ethics counsel, have made clear that this president is … Read More
“What really makes it possible for a totalitarian or any other kind of dictatorship to rule is that the people are not informed. If everyone always lies to you, the consequence is not that you believe the lies, but that no one believes anything at … Read More
Who is David Brody and what makes him so special?
Continuing my series to answer to two questions:
How do we reconcile the divisiveness of Trump with our values as Americans?
How does the country come together, again?
Of all the journalists — from mainstream … Read More
The genesis for this series began when I read a Forbes article, Trump’s Support Is More About the Personal, Not the Ideological (May 6), authored by pollster and friend John Zogby. It led me to search for the answer to two questions:
How do we … Read More