Marc Thiessen: President’s button tweet a stroke of ‘stable genius’
When the president suggested that he could envision a limited nuclear war with our communist adversary, critics were "horrified" and "appalled" while the regime called his remarks "dangerous madness."
Letters to the editor, January 14
Bike-friendly cities require planning
Signe Wilkinson: Mr. President: Please don’t let in Norwegians!
PHILADELPHIA — The summer before last, my family spent two weeks investigating Norway and I can say with some certainty that we do not want more Norwegians coming to the United States.
Ed Rogers: GOP coalition could emerge with Bannon out of picture
Life is about the "net," not the "gross." And in that regard, Michael Wolff's book, Fire and Fury, is a net plus for President Donald Trump.
David Von Drehle: Bannon latest in line of aides spilling beans about leaders
I’m pretty sure he meant “jamokes.” Stephen Bannon, former political strategist to President Donald Trump, said many colorful things last year to author Michael Wolff. Among the most widely quoted is Bannon’s speculation that Trump’s son introduced his father to the Russian visitors he hosted at Trump Tower in June 2016. “The chance that Don Jr. did not walk these jumos up to his father’s office on the 26th floor is zero,” Bannon blabbed.
Dr. King’s wisdom continues to inspire
We see no reason to wax eloquent about Martin Luther King Jr. and recite the many reasons the United States celebrates his birth as a national holiday.
Shooting victim to get special treat
Today marks an important milestone. Ryland Ward, a precious 5-year-old boy, will become the last victim of the Sutherland Springs massacre to leave the hospital.