In an unconventional election cycle, Hillary Clinton's decision to sidestep theatrics and look instead at the larger picture is a risky move mistakenly characterized by the masses as business-as-usual politics.
Similarities between Donald Trump’s rise and Britain’s Brexit vote have been pointed out countless times by the media, but no one is discussing why the people behind these movements are so angry in the first place.
Bernie Sanders’ legion of supporters were outraged by the media’s decision on Monday evening to project Hillary Clinton the presumptive Democratic nominee, one day before polls opened in several late primary contests. (1 reader comment)
This is a day when we honor our military and our fallen heroes—brave men and women who fought and died so readers of this essay can enjoy the freedom we all too often take for granted. (1 reader comment)