Mark Zuckerberg’s insufferable tripe

Once again, Mark Zuckerberg is sorry. The founder of Facebook, who has apologized for privacy breaches throughout much of his company’s existence, is back at...

An agenda for 2019

President Donald Trump began the new year with characteristic bombast, blaming others for perceived failures, taking credit for non-achievements or those accomplished despite him,...

Hoosier rural broadband proponents forge ahead

A decade ago, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Jill Long Thompson ran on a platform vowing to save every Indiana city and town. But there was...

A tale of two obstructions

Every Republican remembers with disgust the video of Bill Clinton glowering into the camera and declaring: “I...

Most think American diversity a good thing

As the country grows more ethnically and racially diverse, Americans’ attitudes towards diversity seem pretty sanguine. Most...

Yes, throw a parade

The Pentagon has confirmed that it is in the preliminary stages of planning a military parade down Pennsylvania Avenue — one of President Donald...

The agony of a Trump voter

Donald J. Trump is a jerk. I feel as if I have a right to say that. I voted for him. He may be a...

Finding that speck of truth in political ads

I understand the popularity of negative campaign advertising — that it’s popular because it works, which is why it’s practiced with such vehemence by...

The Supreme Court confirmation process has become a maelstrom of insincerities

The current era of scorched-earth politics began five years after there was, according to Christine Blasey Ford, in 1982, an alcohol-soaked party in a...

On being too nice in politics

Mitt Romney’s declaration of independence from Donald Trump as he takes his seat in the U.S. Senate has been illuminating — more for the...