WASHINGTON -- In the hierarchy of pleasures, schadenfreude ranks second only to dry martinis at dusk, so conservatives are enjoying Harvard's entanglement with two things it has not sufficiently questioned -- regulatory government and progressive sentiment. The trial that recently ended in B…

WASHINGTON -- Those of us who participated in the 2000 presidential election are getting political PTSD from the current gubernatorial and senatorial recounts in Florida. President George W. Bush was eventually declared winner in the Sunshine State (and thus the election) by 537 votes out of…

WASHINGTON -- It wasn't a blue trickle, but nor was it a tsunami. Rather, the midterm elections brought a gentle, purplish wave of mostly center-leaning Democrats whose profiles suggest a welcome infusion of professionalism and balance to a disorderly House.

Alabamians, like all Americans, take time on Veterans Day each year to honor those who have served our country and sacrificed to keep all of us free. But we should treat this holiday as more than a chance to say “thank you.” It also should be an occasion to reflect on our national obligation…

When Robert Bowers murdered 11 people Oct. 27 at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, it became the deadliest antisemitic attack in American history. It has shocked and dismayed Jews, Christians and people of goodwill across the United States. The brutality and inhumanity of this act of…

The thousands of people walking from Central America to the United States border will be a major symbolic issue in the Nov. 6 election. The caravan has come to represent, for both political parties, a vote on who is morally right or wrong. This election has become a census of how divided we are.

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