It’s not often we find ourselves moved by a graphic on Facebook, but the image accompanied here — the origin of which is difficult to trace — is especially poignant and timely.
I didn’t watch President Trump’s weekend speeches live. It was a holiday, so I chose to take one. As a result, I first learned about them from the reactions they elicited. As usual, it was like “Rashomon” for the Trump era.
America’s Founders regarded a free press as so vital to the new nation that they took care to include that right in the First Amendment to the Constitution.
After the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that Montana cannot keep parents from using tax-credit scholarships to enroll children in religious schools, anti-school-choice opponents responded in apocalyptic fashion.
For the first time the Stars and Stripes briskly ran up the flagpole at military bases renamed for American heroes, Medal of Honor recipients, or renamed for Medal of Freedom recipients championing for equal rights for all people.