it was inevitable after the Orlando shooting that our dutiful leaders in Washington would strive to “do something” to make us all feel like “something was done.”
The Orlando shooting has turned attention to “solutions” that would never produce results, but would succeed in attacking gun ownership in general.
I’m about to become the father of a daughter next month. I plan to tell her she can be president of the United States. Hillary Clinton possessing the White House has nothing to do with what I would have told her.
This ballot question will actually make our elections worse. Here’s why.
We all want to fix our schools. But are we sure the answer is more money for a broken system while destroying our economy?
“Vacationers will be mighty surprised when they come around a curve and encounter 250,000 pounds of wood coming towards them.”
Superdelegates have never overturned the will of the people before, so clearly there is nothing to worry about. Well, nothing to worry about until there is something to worry about.
Wednesday wasn’t the day that truly made Donald Trump the Republican nominee for president.
This is a topic that deserves real discussion — not demagoguery and hatred and the assumption of the worst motivations in our public servants.
As president, anyone would be presented plenty of unfair, convoluted situations. Life is unfair. How we deal with unfair situations and still succeed is an important test of our mettle.