If political power were won by hand-wringing and anguished introspection, the Democratic Party would rule the galaxy.
These are the fishing prospects for this weekend for the Flint River and lakes Blackshear, Seminole and Walter F. George.
The clamor for stricter gun control by the mainstream media and leading Democrats like Pelosi and Schumer is as simplistic as it was predictable.
Millions are starting to receive their Trump tax cuts as employers lower their tax withholdings, leaving more money in their paychecks.
When we begin to insist that our elected officials support life-saving gun control measures, and throw them out of office if they don’t, we’ll get a ban on the mass shooter’s weapon of choice.
Guns aren’t the problem. There are 300 million of all kinds floating around the country. An infinitesimal fraction are used by people to hurt other people.
It was a profoundly poignant image: Thirty to 40 teens huddled together in a small dark room, their downturned faces illuminated by cellphones as they learned about an active shooter prowling their school.
Instead of normalizing the regime, this should be an opportunity to educate the massive Olympic audience about the realities of life in North Korea under the murderous Kim crime family that is pursuing the ability to threaten American cities with nuclear destruction.
President Trump is asking Congress to cut certain entitlement programs that have arguably failed to motivate people to emerge from poverty and instead have subsidized and sustained many in poverty.
Christopher Steele’s partisan work was virtually the sole source of information the FBI relied upon to obtain a warrant to spy on a U.S. citizen. Without it, there would likely have been no surveillance approved.
Voters who thought President Trump would at least try to fulfill his populist, America-first campaign promises were cynically and cruelly deceived.
We pretend we don’t admire the romance older generations mastered as they slow-danced, shared handwritten notes and enjoyed an ever-deepening love through many acts of kindness over many years of marriage.
In an era like this one, it’s best to forget the idea of celebrating romantic love, with its heightened exhilaration and expectation of nirvanic perfection, not to speak of all those brain chemicals gone berserk with desire.
When White House staff secretary Rob Porter resigned Wednesday amid allegations that he abused his two ex-wives and a former girlfriend, he parted the curtains on a Trumpian-scale personnel and security disaster.
Normally, presidents try to ride the wave from a successful State of the Union as long as they can. Not Trump. What have we been taking about for the past week? Russia.
The delirium over the Philadelphia Eagles’ victory over the New England Patriots seems to have been matched by delight in Tom Brady’s defeat and the phantom throw of the century.
Thanks to the recent tax-system overhaul, corporate taxes have been reduced and U.S.-based companies doing business overseas are bringing billions in overseas profits back to America.
I hadn’t heard such a great speech by a president in a long, long time. And 75 percent of its 46 million viewers said they liked it, too.
President Trump is taking on his own base in an effort to do something big and bipartisan for the good of the nation. That is what great leaders do.
Without a vast infusion of youthful, hardworking, tax-paying immigrants, this country will find it much harder to afford the generous benefits promised to these Trump supporters as they age and retire.
Just minutes before the start of President Trump’s State of the Union address, Hillary Clinton dumped a mea culpa onto her Facebook page.
If he maintains the discipline he demonstrated Monday, Trump’s approval ratings and his chances of getting some of his agenda passed in Congress may quickly improve.
Today, the average time for foster care adoption in Georgia is more than two-and-a-half years, or most than twice the time nationally.
Democrats haven’t cared about Middle America for years and are frankly relieved they no longer have to pretend to like losers in flyover country.
We have what I call the Trumpian hard-liners and the liberal sentimentalists. But there are, in between them (thank God), the reasonables or the rationalists.
Pope Francis talked about how it can be difficult to unmask and eliminate fake news because “many people interact in homogeneous digital environments impervious to differing perspectives and opinions.
Objectively, it is neither conjecture nor conspiracy to observe that the president strikes a defensive pose every time a well-sourced story reveals something that could seem incriminating.
Next, and soon, will come a government decision about the problem, as our protectors see it, of menacingly inexpensive steel imports, concerning which the administration is pretending to deliberate.
It’s the same deal that voters repudiated for approximately the 87th time when they made Donald Trump president (and — again — gave Lindsey Graham zero votes).
We just zoomed past a story that would have been a five-alarm scandal for any other administration, with weeks of screaming front-page headlines: “The President and the Porn Star.”
It was probably only a matter of time before some unbalanced person decided that he needed to take out a few members of the “fake news” media.
More sophisticated NeverTrumpers are looking for nuanced ways to recognize the president’s accomplishments while maintaining that he is a menace
This year’s March for Life came on the 50th anniversary of a clarion call by Pope Paul VI to consider what the sexual revolution might be doing to men, women, marriage and life.
Given the hundreds of unfilled jobs throughout the Trump administration, including top-level positions, loyalists must be few and far between.