This is a brilliant column by Charles Krauthammer of the Washington Post. Krauthammer writes some of the most interesting and incisive words to be found anywhere. What can I say? There’s just something about a doctor (pyschiatrist) who decided to leave that profession …..
Memorial Day. This was a holiday that meant little to me other than it was a day off from school or work, a time to take in or play a ballgame, maybe spend a day at the track betting the …..
Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse has stood up against Donald Trump and, unlike other members of the Republican Party, shows no signs of wavering or capitulation to the groupthink of anti-Muslim and anti-Mexican rhetoric.
A day does not go by when I don’t hear some reporter or columnist say how the delay in Hillary Clinton officially locking up the Democratic nomination is going to hurt her in the fall. No it won’t. Not one bit. …..
She’s back. Gwen Ifill was on a medical leave of absence but is now back on air with the PBS News Hour and Washington Week. She’s the gold standard in journalism and a good person.
It was big news to some that Marco Rubio is now backing Donald Trump, even though the junior senator from Florida called the bankruptcy expert a con man. Marco also allowed himself enough wiggle room, such that a Mack truck …..
Ever-popular and principled anchorman Ron Magers brought the curtain down in Chicago on a career in journalism that spanned over fifty years. I first became aware of Magers when I was a college …..
It is reported today that Haibatullah Akhundzada has been named the new Taliban leader. He replaces Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, who was killed last week by a U.S. drone strike. …..
Ok, sports fans, the first quarter of the baseball season is in the books and guess who’s in 1st place in their respective divisions? That’s right. The Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs. What’s even more amazing is that …..
A strange win bet of $80,000 has been made this afternoon in the Preakness on a horse named Stradivari. This bet plummets Stradivari’s odds from 8-1 all the way down to 3-5 and makes him the favorite over undefeated Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist at 4-5. There is still time before the Preakness is run at Pimlico, so odds could change substantially …..