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
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
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
Last Saturday’s U.S. Open Women’s final should have been an incredible moment for Japan’s Naomi Osaka. It wasn’t, thanks to some excessive anger by a professional who should know better.
The 20-year old Osaka, soft-spoken and shy, was in tears after winning the match on … Read More
“We must never remain silent in the face of bigotry. We must condemn those who seek to divide us. In all quarters and at all times, we must teach tolerance and denounce racism, anti-Semitism, and all ethnic or religious bigotry wherever they exist as unacceptable … Read More
“Faster than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locomotive. Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.”
“Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird.”
“It’s a plane.”
“Yes, it’s Superman, strange visitor from another planet who came to … Read More
This is what passes for civil discourse in the current House Judiciary Committee.
Ohio representative and House Freedom Caucus founder, Jim Jordan (R), accused Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein of hiding information and documents requested by the committee regarding the FBI’s Hillary Clinton e-mail investigation.… Read More