Exactly one year after joining Trump’s campaign, Steve Bannon has reportedly resigned from his role as White House chief strategist.
This type of equivocation isn’t a new feature of the White House. And recognizing that can help both the Left and Right see each other’s concerns.
In accusing Christians of remaining silent about race issues and Charlottesville, Whoopi Goldberg displays ignorance.
After a terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain, CNN repeatedly suggested that the Barcelona terrorists got the idea to kill people with cars from Charlottesville.
A new poll shows most Americans, including a plurality of African-Americans, oppose efforts to tear down statues honoring Confederate soldiers.
The media behavior in the wake of this press conference was arguably something new, a sort of grotesque watermark of the media’s coverage of the Trump administration thus far.
The police could have moved the white supremacists to the back of the park and loaded them on buses. Instead, the Klan was pushed out onto E. Market Street, where Antifa was waiting.
Not making a Facebook post is not the same as driving a car into a crowd of people, or as supporting it.
‘When you look at the fact that public monuments are supported by public funds, you’re asking me to subsidize the insult to my family.’
“You can’t eliminate what history is. So I disapprove with young people pulling down those statues.”
We’re done with the ‘take what we can get’ phase of Donald Trump’s administration. It’s time for the ‘he’s a disaster and needs to go’ phase.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise when those who are invited to partake in supposed interfaith dialogue refuse to play a game they know is rigged against them.
We can’t—and shouldn’t—wipe out the most sordid facets of our national past. They must serve as a haunting reminder of where we’ve been, and won’t return.
We must move beyond gated communities of thought and ‘us vs. them’ dichotomies, and instead pursue peace and reconciliation.
Our fractured capital is experiencing a new flowering of bipartisanship. Everyone inside the beltway, at least those getting the press coverage, seems to oppose him.
The five-year anniversary of the Family Research Council shooting comes just three days after the killing of Heather Heyer and grievous attack on protesters in Charlottesville.
Explaining a cartoon is kind of like having to explain a joke, but that’s just what is necessary after the president apparently retweeted and then deleted a cartoon.
Allowing corrosive political discourse to infect our lives any more than it has would be a tragedy.
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