A Calhoun County jailer on Tuesday was charged with custodial sexual misconduct in connection with a sexual relationship he had with a female inmate.
WASHINGTON -- Surely, now, we can concede that letting Trump be Trump has exhausted itself -- even among the smugly credulous.
WASHINGTON -- The definition of insanity is doing the same thing again and again and expecting to get a different result, which is one of the many reasons President Trump's news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin seemed so insane. Trump is trying to do something that both of hi…
WASHINGTON -- America's child president had a playdate with a KGB alumnus, who surely enjoyed providing daycare. It was a useful, because illuminating, event: Now we shall see how many Republicans retain a capacity for embarrassment.
Amid all the hubbub surrounding President Trump's play date Monday in Helsinki with Russian President Vladimir Putin, one semi-important news item is being overlooked.
WASHINGTON -- Defining a foreign policy theory that might merit the title of "doctrine" is difficult in the Trump administration, which is dismissive of reflection, consistency and precedent. But in practice, it is the replacement of national pride with personal vanity.
WASHINGTON -- President Trump is succeeding wildly in one clear, if unannounced, objective: to Make Russia Great Again.
With a wink to the present and a nod to the past, let’s invoke a bit of presidential comparison to understand the depths of the Trump administration’s ignorance toward America’s poor. It’s an ignorance that foolishly claims America’s War on Poverty is over.
This past week, Star Commentary Editor Phillip Tutor came across a 100-year-old Anniston Star editorial that discussed the rising price of newsprint and the cost of producing a newspaper, and it pleaded with readers to understand that newspaper prices are no different than grocery prices. Th…
I have an older sister who still hasn’t gotten over the 2000 presidential election that liberals say was “stolen” from them. However, after numerous recounts, Al Gore still lost.
WASHINGTON -- It is a prudential axiom: If it isn't broken, don't fix it. This reflects the awareness that things can always be made worse, and the law of unintended consequences, which is that they often are larger than and contrary to intended ones. As baseball reaches the all-star break a…
The sounds you’ll likely hear early next week will be the rustle of indifference, the blare of apathy and the din of political ignorance. It could be deafening. Consider yourself warned.