Thursday, November 15, 2018

The politics of division can never unite us

It’s often innocently assumed that presidents, by virtue of the office they hold, automatically push aside partisanship in the face of national crises. The...

Our descent into vitriol began long before Trump — and Democrats are culpable too

After a deranged Democrat living in his van nearly assassinated Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., firing more than 70 rounds at House Republicans practicing for...

Hyperventilating about the caravan

A caravan of ragtag would-be immigrants is making its way through the nations of Honduras (per capita income $4,630), El Salvador (per capita income...

What do we teach our children (in the age of Trump)?

Growing up, my parents and my teachers in Michigan City and Peru taught me about our great presidents. The first one, George Washington, would...

The caravan is real

The last thing the left wants prior to the midterms is an image dramatizing the weakness of our southern border. So the caravan of thousands...

Abrams and the 2nd Reconstruction

ATLANTA — By engaging in voter suppression, Stacey Abrams’ opponents are paying her the highest possible compliment. The former Democratic leader of the state House...

A message to North Korea and China

WASHINGTON — In announcing his decision to withdraw from the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty, President Trump cited Russia’s repeated violations and the fact...

Hate crime law: Unwise, unconstitutional

WASHINGTON — After showing off his swastika tattoo, Randy Metcalf became involved in a barroom brawl. One of his opponents was an African American,...

Republican or Democrat? Pick your poison

Earlier this month, I came across this Tweet from a liberalish Lafayette attorney whose blog I have followed for a few years: “I didn’t...

Guest editorial: From behind closed doors

Kokomo Tribune on Sunday, Oct. 21 “It’s not working, and it’s not good for education in Indiana,” said Senate President Pro Tem David Long when...