If a metaphor could be used for this White House, it might be a two-sided coin with President Trump the head and Vice President Mike Pence the tail.
If it were a plague, the government would rush to quarantine the infected, as occurred during Europe’s Black Death in the 14th century.
August is awash in images and remembrances of Diana, Princess of Wales, who died in a car crash in Paris 20 years ago.
The president admitted that reality caught up with him after his inauguration and that America must ensure that al-Qaida does not again gain a foothold in the country from which it could plot another massive terror attack on the U.S.
Sometimes what used to be called “common sense” can seem radical in Washington, which is used to practicing senseless policies and funding programs that don’t work.
When was the last time you heard a member of one political party praise a member of the other party?
Is there anyone who can point to the “Affordable Care Act” (aka ObamaCare) and credibly claim it is accomplishing the goals set for it seven years ago?
The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico is drowning. The island, so popular with tourists, is $123 billion in debt. That’s more debt than the $18 billion bankruptcy filed by the city of Detroit in 2013.
The terrorism scenario is always the same. Events repeat themselves, like in the film “Groundhog Day.”
President Trump and I have something in common. We were both invited to last Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner and we declined.