First ladies since Eleanor Roosevelt have done more than serve merely as hostess-in-chief. It’s now time to deploy Melania Trump where she could make a difference. It’s time for her to try to bring Central European countries back to the American fold.
The announcement that Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., would not seek an 11th term in the House was another landmark event for the GOP. Ryan’s departure will give President Trump complete ownership of the Republican Party, for better or worse.
Things have certainly gotten hairier for foreign reporters, but even more so for local journalists as regional tensions rise, alliances become fluid, nationalism grows, and refugee populations are on the move.
While everyone was paying attention to the Trump administration’s Russian sanctions and new tariffs threatening a trade war with China, Russia, Iran and Turkey were forming an alliance that should raise serious concerns.
Something serious can be done – must be done -- to prevent or reduce these deadly outbursts. We don’t need new laws. We need a serious social, legal and education confrontation with the issue of mental health.
Trump’s tweet hung Congress out to dry. Should it come to a House impeachment and Senate conviction, it’s conceivable Republicans may help someone else get hung out to dry. What goes around comes around in politics.
Part-Time Justin, Justin Chavez from the Kidd Kraddick, talks in New Orleans LA about coming out as gay to his family, growing up poor and his venture into radio in Dallas Texas on the Sun Herald's LGBT podcast called "Out Here in America."
Americans may not understand the Mueller probe, Russian meddling, Cambridge Analytica or Facebook. But California, capital of porn, knows everyone will understand Stormy Daniels’ March 25, 2018, “Sixty Minutes” interview on President Donald Trump.
We have an ability to reach people, to organize, to make ourselves heard, that previous generations could never have imagined. The fact that something came awake in these Parkland kids is the most stirring news of the year.