Trump’s vulgar reference to Haiti, El Salvador and African countries shows the president’s true colors.
Utah built a system that protects sheriffs from accountability for the safety of their prisoners. That cannot continue.
"We need to ask ourselves what is truly important,” writes E. Kent Winward, “the outdated "early-to-bed" axiom or our children’s well-being, and ultimately, their futures?”
“For her eloquent, lonely statement in a sea of moral cowardice, we can say, well done, Congresswoman Love,” writed Jennifer Rubin.
“The administration wants to stimulate offshore drilling while making it more dangerous,” writes Steve Chapman.
“Trump's main management goal seems to be to keep his employees off balance — unsure of his regard — in order to motivate conspicuous acts of loyalty,” writes Michael Gerson.
Trump has repeatedly denied he is a racist, declaring during the 2016 campaign that he was the "least racist person there is."
I'm no history professor, but President Donald Trump's rhetoric, actions, and especially mannerisms remind me a lot of what I have seen and read about Benito Mussolini, Il Duce. For those buffs of science fiction, how about Khan of Star Trek fame with his self-proclaimed superior intellect? Raymond...
“Curbing your digital routines doesn't have to be painful. The only sure way to make a lasting change is to create positive habits to help offset the negative ones,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.