President Obama got it two-thirds right when he said the delayed confirmation of his attorney general nominee, Loretta Lynch, is owing to Senate dysfunction and Republican stubbornness. He left out the part about Democratic intransigence and at least one incident of "wacko-birdness" from the left.
It is amazing how a simple question can cause a complex lie to collapse like a house of cards. The simple question was asked by Bill O'Reilly of the Fox News Channel, and it was addressed to two Democrats. He asked what has Hillary Clinton ever accomplished.
'Uber" is a German word generally used in English to mean "super," and I am here to argue that nothing is more uber for building an economy than innovative entrepreneurship — and that few entrepreneurial companies these days are more uber than Uber. It's a taxi company that is not really a taxi company.
Nearly 31,000 more people in Clark County have gained health insurance through Medicaid over the past year. When uninsured, many patients forgo basic care and can wind up in the emergency room when their health conditions can no longer be ignored — a very expensive and inefficient way to deliver health care.
The rate of dog ownership is rising ominously. How can a profusion of puppies be worrisome? A report from the Raymond James financial services firm concerning trends in the housing market explains: Increasing numbers of women "are adopting dogs for security and/or companionship," partly because of "the great education divide."
Six men in green ties took the stage in the House television studio Tuesday, and House Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price, a slight leprechaun of a man with silver hair and dark eyebrows, approached the microphone.
Amid all the verbiage about Hillary Clinton's email, one irrefutable fact emerges: Polls will drive us crazy before the Clintons do. The latest CNN/ORC poll shows that a majority of Americans (51 percent) think the email controversy is "serious," yet 57 percent would be "proud" to have her as president. So what are we to conclude?
Spend enough time listening to the debate over proposals to let Washington State University open its own medical school in Spokane, and you will hear about the big, bad university on the other side of the state having a nearly 100-year-old monopoly on doctor training.
When Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed a joint session of Congress on March 3, it was the third time he had done so. The only other person to address a joint session of Congress three times was British prime minister Winston Churchill.