The constitutional crisis has officially arrived. To the surprise of nobody with a cognitive intellect, Donald Trump has hauled us to this treacherous precipice.
A Jeb Bush tweet this week got me thinking about some of the ways our nasty partisan politics has been hurting our kids.
I may have discovered the real reason people living in blue states don't contribute as much to charity as those living in red states.
Sure, I could write about impeachment again this week, and probably for countless weeks to come.
Are you more familiar with the little trees hanging from your rearview mirror than the trees in your own yard?
“There go the people. I must follow them, for I am their leader,” is a remark attributed to a French politician during turbulent times in 1848.
The trade wars are hitting me where it hurts.
Twinbrook Baptist Church in Rockville, Md. recently had a going-out-of-business-sale.
Garage sales are a little ridiculous if you think about it. As a society we spend untold millions trying to protect the sanctity of our homes from intrusion, and then we hold garage sales, where the entire point is to lure nosy strangers onto our property to rummage through our personal belongings.
All of Washington is vibrating like the foam on a latte in the cup holder of a convertible jeep riding railroad tracks over a bridge.
The backstage struggle between the Bush interventionists and the America-firsters who first backed Donald Trump for president just exploded into open warfare, which could sunder the Republican Party.
Countless reports, all based on irrefutable federal data, have been published that show immigration non-action has reached crisis level.
Philadelphia is one step closer to opening a Hotel Heroin in beautiful, downtown Kensington.
With alarming frequency, my wife and I are engrossed in a movie or TV drama only to find the characters plunged into an interminable shadowy scene with some sort of nebulous pandemonium breaking loose.
Please help me get the importance of this infamous Trump-Zelensky phone call.
With the fall of the Nationalist government of Chiang Kai-shek, the defeat of his armies and the flight to Formosa, that was the question of the hour in 1949.
To anyone who doesn’t live here, America may seem like a land of confusion.
It’s like one of those Vaudevillian plate spinners who isn’t happy until all the plates come crashing down to the ground.
Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teenager who has become the face of the climate wars, reminds me of another child I saw dominate international debate: Elian Gonzelez.
The explosive release of a federal whistleblower complaint alleging that President Donald Trump abused the power of his office, and that “unidentified White House officials” then attempted to cover it up, is sending shockwaves throughout Washington.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s call for formal impeachment proceedings is not the first time this has happened in Congress. It’s not even the first time President Trump has been threatened with impeachment.
Even before seeing the transcript of the July 25 call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Nancy Pelosi threw the door wide open to the impeachment of Donald Trump by the Democratic House.
What can you say about the eavesdropper wannabes who sigh, “I wish I could be a fly on the wall for that conversation”?
It’s an appalling reality that in the entire Senate, not one single member is willing to stand up for American workers.
With the revelation by an intel community “whistleblower” that President Donald Trump, in a congratulatory call to the new president of Ukraine, pushed him repeatedly to investigate the Joe Biden family connection to Ukrainian corruption, the cry “Impeach!” is being heard anew in the land.