If California Sen. Kamala Harris is elected president in 2020 and reelected in 2024, by the time she leaves office 114 months from now she might have a coherent answer to the question of whether Americans should be forbidden to have what 217 million of them currently have: private health insurance. Her 22 weeks of contradictory statements, and her Trumpian meretriciousness about her contradictions, reveal a frivolity about upending health cares complex 18% of Americas economy. And her bumblings illustrate how many of the Democratic presidential aspirants, snug in their intellectual silos, have lost if they ever had an aptitude for talking like, and to, normal Americans.
On this 243rd anniversary of the beginning of the best thing that ever happened The Great Republic was Winston Churchills tribute many of todays most interesting arguments about Americas nature and meaning are among conservatives. One concerns the relevance of the Declaration of Independence to the contested question of how to construe the Constitution.
Wide open and unguarded stand our gates,
By now, the winners and losers of the first Democratic presidential debate(s) have been thoroughly hashed, roasted and served up overdone.
You Americans do not rear children, you incite them; you give them food and shelter and applause.
Bernie Sanders cant decide what socialism is. At times he frames it as nothing more than New Deal-style capitalism, not so different from the Scandinavian economies of Norway, Sweden or Denmark. Other times he defines it in the language of class struggle, vowing to smash the oligarchy and restore power to the many, not the few.
James Holzhauer recently took Jeopardy by storm, setting a single-game record of more than $131,000 won and taking home more than $2.4 million in total. Mr. Holzhauer shared his strategy to prep for the show: He read childrens books he got from the public library.
It is a great advantage to a president, said the 30th of them, and a major source of safety to the country, for him to know he is not a great man. Or, Calvin Coolidge would say today, a great woman.
My father died with a smile on his face. But, of course, he would.
When the president of the United States sides with a murderous dictator over our own CIA, you would think it would be big news. When that dictator is a communist who has threatened the United States with missile attacks, you would think leaders of the Republican Party might be at least a little agitated.
Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper called Donald Trump the worst president in U.S. history, deriding a leader who removes children from their mothers and puts them in cages; Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders called him the most dangerous: a liar, racist, sexist, homophobe, xenophobe and religious bigot who thinks hes above the law.
WASHINGTON One of the largest obstacles to the defeat of Donald Trump in the 2020 election is the radicalism of the Democratic Party on the issue of abortion. By forcing Joe Biden to abandon his support for the Hyde Amendment which currently prevents the funding of abortions through Medicaid the abortion lobby and activist liberals have taken the first, major step toward reelecting Donald Trump.
The earnest improvers at the College Board, which administers the SAT, should ponder Abraham Maslows law of the instrument. In 1966, Maslow, a psychologist, said essentially this: If the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. The College Board wants to solve a complex social problem that it and its test are unsuited to solve.
It shouldnt be surprising that Scot Peterson the coward cop of Broward County, Fla. has been charged with crimes that could send him to prison for 100 years.
So, Bill Clinton walks into a bar with a parrot on his shoulder. Bartender says, Does he talk?
Editorial: Building that economic wall: Trump’s incoherent Mexico tariffs punish American consumers, do nothing to fix border crisis
Incomprehensible: Thursday, President Trump announced 5% tariffs on products from Mexico beginning June 10, which will rise 5% each month until they hit 25% in October.