We have enough issues to deal with in the world, so it’s unfortunate to have to take time to write this, but I feel compelled to address the claims in the anonymous “resistance” op-ed published this week in the New York Times.
Seldom have I read a column so full of inaccuracies and bias as New York Times writer Timothy Egan’s piece, which ran in the News Tribune Aug. 12, entitled “Deep-red Eastern Washington could be ready to flip.”
Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum’s victory in the Democratic primary for Florida governor wasn’t even 12 hours old when his Republican challenger, Rep. Ron DeSantis, hurled a few race cards into the general-election campaign.
I have sympathy for principled Republicans at a time when principle is swiftly and effectively punished, writes columnist Michael Gerson, adding the GOP leaders need to prepare themselves to make a stand.
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s leverage over former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort to get him to cooperate in his investigation has never been greater than now, after Manafort was convicted Tuesday of eight tax-fraud charges.
If an epic congressional upset happens in Eastern Washington, as seems possible after Tuesday’s primary, it will be because of party-flipping voters who haven’t given Democrats a sniff in a generation’s time.
Some healthy soul searching is taking place in newsrooms across the country these days over whether the mainstream media should be covering President Trump’s every tweet and rally. My answer: Absolutely!
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