The violence and tragic death of Heather Heyer in Charlottesville, Va., is but the latest manifestation of a sad departure from our nation’s ability to settle our differences by talking instead of fighting.
President Trump’s declaration Thursday that the opioid crisis is a “national emergency” was an important step, but doesn’t go far enough.
Mark my words – the wind is turning. Donald and Melania Trump are leaders – persistent, consistent, from the heart. Some expected this, many did not. But underestimating these two would be a profound mistake.
Sometimes God taps us on the shoulder, reminding us with poignant irony, that history is a continuum, and we just a point along it.
The president needs to calm the waters, ignore his detractors, and legislate. He has eighteen months, at the outside forty-two, to work with a bicameral Republican Congress.
It’s time for the U.S. Supreme Court to give the President back his constitutional role.
Robert Mueller’s reputation for being thorough, as well as efficient, offers Americans light and quiet at the end of an unusually dark and noisy tunnel.
By approving airstrikes on Syria, President Trump appears to be reasserting American moral leadership, as President Reagan once did. This event called him out, and we should all be glad it did.
One would think everyone in America, citizens and legal residents alike, would be clapping for the redrafted and narrowly tailored executive order President Trump signed on Monday. It plainly aims to protect all of us from radical Islamic terrorism.
The U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, has issued one of the most ill-conceived, poorly reasoned opinions in memory, even for that notoriously activist Circuit.