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Jonah Goldberg: Truth takes back seat to loyalty
Last year around this time (and the year before that), I was arguing with some of my fellow conservatives about the insanity of finding any common cause whatsoever with the so-called alt-right.
Steve Chapman: Virginia turmoil to harm racist right
Clarence Page: White supremacy morphs into white ‘victimization’
Froma Harrop: Find best path to ease Trump out of office
An insane woman was madly swinging her pocketbook at strangers on the street. No one tried to shame or reason with her. They knew she was unwell and needed to be removed by responsible parties.
Linda Chavez: President provoking own crisis
Donald Trump assured us during his campaign, ''I know words. I have the best words.'' But are ''fire and fury'' and ''locked and loaded'' really the best words for a president to use in an increasingly volatile international crisis involving nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles?
Leonard Pitts: America not ‘better than this’ anymore
It has become the go-to cliche for moments like this. We whisper it when someone breaks the mosque window or scrawls hatred on the synagogue wall. It is our assurance and our hope.
Walter E. Williams: Women, men are equal
Google fired software engineer James Damore for writing a 10-page memo critical of the company's diversity policy.
Trudy Rubin: Loose lips could sink everyone
Here's the good news about the crisis over North Korea. We are not going to war. Donald Trump is not going to nuke Pyongyang, reckless, rhetorical threats to the contrary. Nor is North Korea's Kim Jong Un going to nuke Guam.
Jane Coaston: Trump is Palin, but better at it
Nine years ago this month, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., picked Sarah Palin as his running mate for his presidential campaign. Conservatives immediately fell for the popular Alaska governor, proclaiming her the new star of the right for years to come.