Around Washington, in sundry upscale locales, in large quadrants of the internet, you still encounter lamentations about Donald Trump’s takeover of the Republican Party and prophecies of the party’s approaching doom. Never-Trumpers are less thick on the ground than among ordinary voters, but…
President Trump’s tweeting of a “Trump 2024” meme should concentrate the minds of his opponents. So should the results of North Carolina’s special congressional elections on Tuesday.
As of late, there has been a lot of discussion on Amendment 6 (“Marsy’s Law”), which expanded the rights of victims as set forth in Article 1, Section 16 of the Florida Constitution. It established basic rights that attach at the time of the victimization.
Once upon a time, not long ago, Mexicans dominated the flow of migrants coming to the U.S. Mexican migration expanded over the course of much of the 20th century and into the start of the 21st century.
How police do their jobs is a matter of highest public concern, especially when they use deadly force to take a life. Policing power is so uniquely sensitive that the federal courts have recognized a constitutionally protected right to film law enforcement officers while they do their jobs.
After spending the first half-hour of Thursday’s debate tearing each other apart over health care — which happens to be their party’s strongest issue — the Democratic presidential candidates realized that their opponent is Donald Trump and acted accordingly.
There was a seismic move Monday in the California Legislature. Lawmakers there voted 72-0 to allow college athletes to control their image and likeness and, gasp, to actually make money off that if they can.
Every Sept. 22 we celebrate American Business Women’s Day. First recognized in 1982, American Business Women’s Day is a day set aside to honor and reflect upon the contributions and accomplishments of the millions of U.S. women in the workforce, and women business owners.
Conservative reaction to The New York Times’ “1619 Project” — an attempt to tell the story of slavery and its lasting effect on American political, economic and social structures — has been both disappointing and instructive.
Imagine if, back in 2011, President Barack Obama had not only withdrawn all U.S. forces from Iraq, facilitating the rise of the Islamic State, but also invited Islamic State leaders to Camp David to sign an agreement cementing his withdrawal plan.
Here’s a question for opponents of the Hillsborough County’s All For Transportation initiative. If their push to overturn the sales tax is successful, what is their plan to alleviate the county’s choking traffic?