A striking feature of President Barack Obama's deal with Iran is not just that it opens doors for this jihadist, fanatical nation to visit horrific, deadly mayhem on literally millions, but that many leftists have cheered for it.
I know a man who has a problem — one little remarked upon but probably shared by millions of other people. Let us call it the attack of the killer passwords, which sounds more exciting than the actual details.
When President Obama arrived in Oklahoma City recently, a vulgar sight awaited him: About 10 demonstrators across the street from his downtown hotel waved Confederate battle flags as the motorcade pulled up.
Do not worry about Donald Trump becoming president. Worry, instead, about what his current — emphasis on current — stratospheric standing in the polls says about two things: the Republican Party and the other GOP candidates.
Although the Legislature left town July 9, the true end of the session came July 15 when Gov. Jay Inslee signed the last three of the 363 bills lawmakers managed to pass in their record-setting, 176-day, triple-overtime stint.
Distinguished scientist Freeman Dyson has called the 1433 decision of the emperor of China to discontinue his country's exploration of the outside world the "worst political blunder in the history of civilization."
You can count on Donald Trump to spark a conversation. Not necessarily an intelligent one, but a conversation. His provocatively offensive anti-Mexican comments have energized a significant segment of the Republican right wing. Some polls now put Trump ahead of other contenders for the party's presidential nomination.