LANSING, Mich. -- In light of a federal judge's ruling early Monday, state courts can't stop Michigan's presidential recount without further judicial review, two legal experts said.
State courts in Michigan can't issue an...Read more
President-elect Donald Trump has promised to do what no prior administration has done: end sanctuary cities.
Thank goodness. The federal government should crack down on cities that violate federal immigration law. In the ...Read more
Every human being residing in the United States deserves to live without constant fear and intimidation.
It sounds pretty simple and in-line with American values. But, in a nation soon to be led by a fear- and hate-...Read more
CHICAGO -- Chicago is racing the clock.
Nowhere will political power evaporate more dramatically at noon on Jan. 20 than in the third-largest U.S. city, a bastion of Democratic power that's enjoyed special access to ...Read more
This editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Dec. 6.
As a nation, we're slowly getting used to President-elect Donald Trump's shock-and-awe style of communication. He made clear during the campaign that he has no ...Read more
ATTENTION DENNIS PRAGER EDITORS: IN THE COLUMN FOR RELEASE TUESDAY, DEC. 6, THERE IS LANGUAGE IN THE EIGHTH GRAPH THAT READERS MAY FIND OFFENSIVE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION. -- CREATORS
Is Donald Trump a Misogynist?
Sometimes life forces us to make decisions, even when we don't have enough information to know how the decision will turn out. The risks may be even greater when people make decisions for other people. Yet there are some...Read more
Of Endings and BeginningsRobert Speigel
We each create our own unique beloofs. As children we unknowingly form our beloofs to protect us from life’s pains and uncertainties. As adults, our beloofs no longer serve us; in fact, they can sabotage us.
Of Endings and Beginnings is up-close and personal, taking the reader on ...
WASHINGTON -- Whatever his other considerable achievements, our president-elect is not known for his broad reading in American history. But Donald Trump is about to enter that history. And in the spirit of new ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Fake news leads eventually to real tragedy. It almost got there Sunday when an idiot brought a loaded assault rifle into a Washington pizzeria, firing at least one shot, in an attempt to “self-investigate��...Read more
Last week on MSNBC’s “All In with Chris Hayes,” a guest mentioned the new unmentionable: Weimar. The guest was Bob Garfield, a liberal media critic, and he was discussing Donald Trump. Hayes was mildly disapproving ...Read more
Like a bolt of lightning, that call of congratulations from Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen to President-elect Donald Trump illuminated the Asian landscape.
We can see clearly now the profit and loss statement from more ...Read more
They're still counting the votes, going on four weeks after the election, in California. In Brazil, a nation with much more challenging geography, they manage to do it in five hours.
The seemingly endless dillydallying of...Read more
This editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times.
The extremely powerful but highly irresponsible National Rifle Association spent $30 million this year helping elect Donald J. Trump and $10 million more backing six pro-...Read more
This editorial appeared in the Seattle Times
Donald Trump must choose: Be president, or be chairman of his company. He can't do both without creating severe conflicts of interest, at the very least. At worst, Trump's ...Read more
There are certain proper nouns that become adjectives, they so embody their era and perhaps all eras. As in Shakespearean or Homeric -- but who'd have thought one of those names would be Franz Kafka's? For his writings ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The most senior Republican in the Senate might seem like an odd ally for a president-elect who wants congressional term limits and advocates "draining the swamp."
But such is the curious case of Orrin G. ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump expressed fondness during the presidential campaign for some of the big federal programs that serve the country's most vulnerable, but whatever warmth he may feel does not seem to be shared by ...Read more
Leaders of the most prominent Muslim American groups have released an open letter to President-elect Donald Trump to "express serious concerns" about his policy proposals and upcoming administration and ask him to protect ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A Supreme Court majority on Monday appeared to lean in favor of Democrats in Virginia and North Carolina seeking to rein in what they call racial gerrymandering by Republican-controlled legislatures in those ...Read more
- Stein lawyers take Pa. recount battle to federal court
- Trump chooses former campaign rival Ben Carson to be housing secretary
- Federal judge's ruling ties hands of Michigan courts on recount, experts say
- GOP congressional leaders struggle to balance Republican principles in Trump era
- Trump says he'll nominate Carson for HUD