<i>Trump affronts the most elementary ethic with his late condemnation of racism.</i>
Of all the damages which Donald Trump has inflicted on the American presidency, the worst is of the moral order. And this, considering precedents such as the banditry which brought Richard Nixon to resign; the indolence of Ronald [Read more]
The ... historical problem of Nazi supremacists still remains, but the nerve of Trump's opponents to pass off the president as their accomplice is disgustingly hypocritical.
To place all blame on the incompetence of Trump would reveal historical amnesia.
It's time to stock up on popcorn for the spectators who are watching this White House performance.
The international community has already begun constructing a foundation without America.
McCain, who is 80 years old and the victim of an aggressive brain tumor, returned to the U.S. Senate this week to give a lesson: a life lesson, a moral lesson and a lesson of passion for politics.
Trump may hold the power, but it is the LGBTQ community that has the courage.
The biggest unknown remains Donald Trump himself, and his total unpredictability.
Almost no one considers him to be charismatic, well-prepared or interested in the good of others.
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