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OK, protesters, we get it. You were angry, sickened and sad about the cold-blooded killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. Who do you know who wasn’t?
I feel terribly sorry for the hundred thousand Americans who’ve lost their lives to the coronavirus.
A month ago I said it will be the public that makes the decision to reopen America, not the government.
I ran into a nurse I know this week.
Already I can’t see my grandkids except on Facetime. I can’t get a haircut. I can’t play golf. I can’t get a massage. I can’t go to church – even on Easter Sunday.
It’s lucky I’m being such a good American and sheltering at home. Every day I’ve been able to watch President Trump’s coronavirus White House press briefings and the press conferences of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and California Gov. Gavin Newsom.
I sure hope this coronavirus crisis comes to an end soon.
Everyone talks about the power of the Republican and Democrat party establishments.
I never thought I’d feel sorry for a billionaire – a $60 billion billionaire.
It started Sunday night with an exciting and hard-fought Super Bowl game, which I was happy to see end with the Kansas City Chiefs defeating the San Francisco 49ers.
I must have said it a dozen times since the Democrats’ impeachment miniseries took over our televisions, but I’ll say it again.
You’re excused if you didn’t hear about the latest impeachment “bombshell” that exploded in the media on Wednesday.
The shortest world war in history is history.
Congress is on vacation, which means all the rest of us get a break from politics.
Forget the phony solemnity about the Constitution and the rule of law.
If you’re a young child trapped in our infamous foster care system, your future is bleak.
Tens of thousands of acres scorched by unstoppable wildfires.
President Trump says he wants to get our troops out of the “blood-stained sand” of the Middle East.
A Jeb Bush tweet this week got me thinking about some of the ways our nasty partisan politics has been hurting our kids.
Please help me get the importance of this infamous Trump-Zelensky phone call.
They have seen the grim future of their formerly great state and said to themselves, “We’re outta’ here.”
California politicians are up to their stupid legislative tricks again.
It’s too bad for America that CNN’s seven-hour town hall on climate change was such a rating disaster.
We got used to his serial gaffes long ago. “That’s just Joe,” his friends and supporters say about his latest gaffes today.
Dove season opens in California and across the U.S. on Sept. 1. For as long as I can remember, all I had to do when dove season rolled around each year was oil my 1970s-vintage shotgun, buy a case or two of shells at the nearby Big Five sports store and drive toward the Arizona border with my hunting buddies for a few happy days of shooting.
Earlier this week I traveled to central Illinois to speak at a memorial service at Eureka College, my dad’s alma mater, on the 15th anniversary of his death.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the looniest lefty I’ve seen elected to Congress in my lifetime. But Ilhan Omar, her fellow rookie House member from Minnesota, is so radical she scares the pants off me.
The liberal media are up to their usual dirty immigration tricks. This time, they’re exploiting the death of a second Guatemalan child who died while in the custody of the Border Patrol at the southwestern border.
Earlier this week I was at an event that honored Malala Yousafzai. Malala, in case you don’t recall, is the brave young school girl from a village in Pakistan who was nearly killed in 2012 by the Taliban.
It’s surprising that a White House incapable of organizing a two-car funeral - if you believe the mainstream liberal media - is presiding over the most robust economy the U.S. has had in years.
The stories of chaos, craziness and betrayal going on inside the Trump White House are nothing to worry much about. White House staffers attempting to influence, question or thwart a president’s ideas or goals are as old as George Washington, Richard Nixon – or Ronald Reagan.
Am I the only Catholic who thinks the church needs to consider getting rid of the old guard – all the way up to the Pope? That may be the only way to finally purge the predatory priests who have been allowed to exist within the bowels of the Catholic Church for so long.
Yes, President Trump screwed up in front of the whole world at the Helsinki Summit.
A year into Robert Mueller’s great Russian fishing expedition, the president they desperately want to impeach is still in office.
The Trump Haters in Washington are desperate. They can’t find a way to bring down the president, so they’re carpet bombing everyone around him.
The stock market is soaring. The economy is improving and employment is up. But all you get from the Fake News Media (FNM) every night is more Trump bashing.