|Category: Public Affairs Commentary||Return to Latest News|
Now that the celebrations and/or mournings have died down, it’s important — if not urgent — to make sure all Americans understand that we did not elect a monarch or king with Donald Trump. (5 reader comments)
Fake news sites have gained massive popularity in recent years. Add to the mix one of the most divisive presidential elections in U.S. history, with an electorate that harbors long-standing feelings of distrust toward the mainstream media, and these outlets can also prove dangerous. (3 reader comment)
Just as Joe McCarthy targeted anyone he felt fit to label communists, unpatriotic or worse, the candidate now carrying the banner of the Republican party is wielding similarly dangerous, accusatory language regarding his opponent and the election process.
With the election only a few days away, maybe, hopefully, cable TV will finally break some news instead of relying on newspapers like the New York Times and Washington Post for information. But don’t count on it. (1 reader comment)
If Thursday night’s Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner is any indication, our two presidential candidates share a needed room for improvement in one important category: humor.
Clinton or Trump will invoke “executive privilege,” “executive orders” and “executive actions” to advance their agenda, but each of these is quite different. (2 reader comment)
America presents a platform every four years for worthy political opponents to debate and articulate their plans for the nation’s future. It’s not, as the name suggests, intended to be a forum for bullies.
|« Previous||More »|