July 8, 2024

In normal times, I would probably be writing on Hurricane Beryl after it made landfall this morning in Matagorda, Texas; the storm is expected to cause significant flooding in the Houston area and beyond. Or I would focus on the… Read more

July 5, 2024

ABC News has shifted President Biden’s interview tonight with George Stephanopoulos to primetime. Seldom in American history has so much ridden on a single conversation, but this is just one example of the continuing turmoil regarding Mr. Biden’s future. According… Read more

July 4, 2024

This Fourth of July marks the 248th anniversary of the day America’s Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Second Continental Congress. At the time, Great Britain’s King George III ruled an empire on which “the sun never sets.” Its… Read more

July 3, 2024

President Biden will meet with Democratic governors later today as he attempts to solidify support among his party’s top leaders after last week’s debate. This as Rep. Lloyd Doggett of Texas has become the first Democrat in Congress to publicly… Read more

July 2, 2024

The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that Donald Trump is entitled to “a presumptive presidential immunity from prosecution for all his official acts.” However, it added that a president “enjoys no immunity for unofficial acts, and not everything the president does… Read more

July 1, 2024

As the United States celebrates our independence this week and we watch the presidential race between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, I would like to focus on some paradoxical reasons I am grateful to be an American. Let’s begin with… Read more

June 28, 2024

President Biden and former President Trump held a ninety-minute debate last night at CNN’s Atlanta studios. This was the first presidential debate in history where Americans witnessed a sitting president debating his predecessor. Earlier in the day, the Supreme Court… Read more

June 27, 2024

Tonight’s televised presidential debate is the earliest such event in US history. Debates between presidential candidates are not legally required—there were none in 1964, 1968, or 1972. Some are more pivotal than others: Sen. John Kennedy’s performance in 1960 likely… Read more

June 26, 2024

Karoline Leavitt, a spokesperson for Donald Trump, was interviewed by CNN regarding Thursday night’s presidential debate on their network. She called moderators Dana Bash and Jake Tapper “biased” and said Mr. Trump is “knowingly going into a hostile environment.” When… Read more

June 25, 2024

Callie Weems was a nurse and the twenty-three-year-old mother of a ten-month-old daughter named Ivy. According to Callie’s mother, Ivy was a constant source of entertainment and wonder to the new mom. Then came last Friday, when a gunman opened… Read more

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