Hawaii congresswoman and Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard recently made some comments that give me a glimmer of hope for a turn in our abortion politics. Once pro-life, Gabbard told interviewer Dave Rubin that her military deployment to Iraq changed her perspective and that sh…

There have so far been two hearings in the House Democrats’ effort to impeach President Donald Trump over the Ukraine matter. Both have been held in secret. One was last Thursday, the other Friday, and the public does not know what was said in either. Two more are scheduled for this week, an…

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CASA GRANDE — Accountability has been a term that I’ve seen thrown around a lot lately, especially for those of us in education. And while this can be an extremely complex subject and easy to argue, I’m going to try to simplify it as best I can. While it’s easy to point out the faults of oth…

The debate about political power and authority among those who profess the Christian faith has raged since the 1st century. In modern America, the debate raged throughout Jimmy Carter’s presidency and more recently through the presidencies of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. The debate now loo…

During a slow week in Washington, it occurs to me that readers might enjoy an update on my unusual cat, Albert, aka “The Orange Dog.” Born under a neighbor’s front porch in the country, he spent his infancy among dogs and free-range chickens.

“No one is above the law,” said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as she announced the Democratic effort to impeach President Donald Trump over the Ukraine matter. The phrase has become a Democratic mantra in the new impeachment push. But it could, in the end, serve to highlight the weakness of the…

My wife, Cokie, and I wrote more than 1,000 columns together, but this is the first one I’m writing alone. The outpouring of affection has been so overwhelming — and heartfelt — since her passing that I wanted to share parts of the eulogy I delivered at St. Matthew’s Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

The life of the Trump-Ukraine affair can be measured in days, and the most basic facts of the matter are still unknown. Yet many Democrats and their allies in the media are already renewing their calls for the impeachment of President Trump. By doing so, they are observing one of the lessons…

“Nice little country you’ve got there. It would be a shame if my best friend Vladimir burned it down.” That’s the essence of the threat that Donald J. Trump, the world’s most incompetent gangster, delivered to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky over the phone last July.

One was a pioneering female journalist with a deep understanding of the totems and taboos of Washington. Another was a pioneering television broadcaster with a sharp eye for history. The third was a pioneering business reporter with an obsession with detail. All were enriched by a figure the…

When the Supreme Court, under a previous ideological majority, was handing down decisions favorable to the left, Democrats were fine with deferring to that third branch of government to achieve what they declined to produce in legislation. Some Democrats in conservative states took the posit…

The weekly column by Cokie Roberts and Steven V. Roberts is not available due to the death of co-creator Cokie Roberts. Additional columns may be available later, but co-creator Steven V. Roberts will be taking some time away from the feature.

On May 23 of this year, President Trump gave Attorney General Bill Barr “full and complete authority” to declassify information relating to the actions of the FBI and intelligence community in investigating the 2016 Trump campaign.

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