The idea of plausible deniability, by making wild claims about future events, as with the president, is how confidence can be punished.
Thoughts turn to a Syrian violinist in Illinois, as Nikki R Haley announces she’ll resign as US ambassador to the UN.
A look at the time when the first teachings of Christianity started to be proclaimed tells me the Kavanaugh process was wrong.
I reflect here on Brett Kavanaugh’s and Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday.
What will come of Trump’s 2nd Supreme Court nominee, now that charges of sexual assault have been made against him?
The latest documentary from Michael Moore shows an America that is divided but also hopeful that the American Dream is not dead.
Criticism of the science behind the elevated death toll from Maria is less supported than a critique of Trump’s critique.
A federal judge in Texas denied a request for a temporary injunction that would have stopped DACA. What a surprise!
A high school student from Billings, Mont., was asked to step off the stage at a Trump rally in his hometown Friday night.
A new law underscores the president’s hope to “develop the workforce” in the nation’s “booming economy.” 1st major ed bill signed.