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Will ‘healthy’ schools be traumatic? Learning in buildings this way will be hard for many youngsters to handle

From the Right / S.E. Cupp /

August is usually when we try to get one final vacation in, find fun ways to beat the heat, and take our last licks of summer. But this year, August is different. For those of us who have school-aged children, the potential return to class hangs over us; we count down the hours before the realities of a viral pandemic test us where it matters ...Read more

Kanye needs help, not a public platform

From the Right / S.E. Cupp /

Back in October of 2018, music and fashion mogul Kanye West took a trip to the Oval Office, ostensibly to discuss criminal justice reform with the president. What happened instead was a three-ring circus in front of rolling cameras and ...Read more

No, we shouldn’t cancel ‘Hamilton’

From the Right / S.E. Cupp /

Like thousands and thousands of others, I spent two-and-a-half hours on Friday night watching the streaming version of “Hamilton” on Disney+ with my family for the first time.

I was gobsmacked.

I had a hunch that I’d like it — I’m a fan of most musicals and, until recently, a regular theatergoer. But I surprised even myself. I didn��...Read more

Does Trump still care about his base?

From the Right / S.E. Cupp /

If you’re a white supremacist, racist, or just feeling insecure about your status as a white man in America, the president of the United States sure wants you to know, he’s got your back.

Over the past few weeks, President Trump has stoked racial divisions by making steady, clumsy and unsubtle overtures to his white nationalist supporters. ...Read more

Can Hollywood entertain us again? The coronavirus reopening test is upon us

From the Right / S.E. Cupp /

As we slowly start to test the waters of reopening the country after months of pandemic shutdowns, we’re getting a much-needed taste — albeit in bite-sized portions — of life as we once knew it.

Restaurants, stores, salons and small and socially-distant gatherings are returning to our weekly routines, though once-mundane outings, like ...Read more

Trump’s salvation can only come from his playing on fear

From the Right / S.E. Cupp /

There are endless reasons to believe President Trump will be unceremoniously kicked out of the White House in November after a four-year experiment in utter lunacy.

The most compelling is this administration’s flagrant incompetence in the hands of one of the worst managers in political history. From bumbling a global pandemic to exploiting ...Read more

Trump wants to ride chaos into November

From the Right / S.E. Cupp /

It’s easy to forget, with the unending cavalcade of life-altering news, that we are deep in the midst of an election year. There are just 146 days until Nov. 3, and it’s shaping up to be one like no other.

Around this time in 2016, Hillary Clinton had secured President Barack Obama’s endorsement, and a meeting at Trump Tower between a ...Read more

S.E. Cupp: Let’s just listen for now: All who are white and privileged should open their ears to black pain

From the Right / S.E. Cupp /

It’s only been a little over a week since the murder of an unarmed black man named George Floyd in Minneapolis, and yet it feels like a year’s worth has happened.

American cities and churches burned. Peaceful protesters tear-gassed and shot at. Stores and small businesses destroyed and looted. Journalists arrested. And on Monday, the ...Read more

How Trump haunts the dead: Our terrible president’s awful habit of attacking people who can’t defend themselves

From the Right / S.E. Cupp /

“Punch up, not down.” Whether in comedy or politics, the consensus precept has provided helpful parameters in which to acceptably swing at rivals or targets. The idea is, pick on someone your own size.

I can think of no better — meaning worse — example of punching down than one of the most powerful men on the planet picking on the dead ...Read more

 

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