To help guide us forward, sometimes it is best to look back to the past.
Enough is enough. It's time for real intellectual diversity at Mississippi's flagship university—and campuses across the country.
Democratic Senator Chris Coons denounced World Series attendees who chanted "lock him up" at President Donald Trump Sunday night, saying he hopes Democrats won't do this at future conventions or 2020 rallies.
'The View' host pressed Julián Castro to be less "civilized" in the next debate, saying the liberal base wants to see him attack Donald Trump, Democrat frontrunners.
The chorus marked a subtle shift in what has been a remarkably collegial race between the Democratic hopefuls, who have mostly avoided criticizing one another and focused their ire on Trump.
"What Mr. Trump is doing that is damaging to the country is public and constant. It is a bell he's ringing that can't be unrung."
Bush was notable not only for his own foreign policy expertise but for his kinder, gentler approach to managing his team. Many of his foreign policy achievements came as a result.
Democratic Senator Mazie Hirono said Tuesday that Democrats "need to speak to the heart" instead of conveying to Americans how much liberals know about issues.
"It is time to take bold steps forward," The Dallas Morning News editorial board wrote.
"There is a loss of civility, there is an anger, there is a rage on the far left that is frightening," the senator said. "The images of the left-wing mob beating on the doors of the Supreme Court—that's not good for the country."
Minnesota House Republican candidate Shane Mekeland claims he is recovering from a concussion after being allegedly assaulted Friday by a "bigger guy" who confronted him about not representing the middle class.
Miller told colleagues that he threw $80 worth of sushi into the trash after a Washington, D.C., bartender gave him two middle fingers outside the restaurant.
The Tennessee Democratic Party county chairman sparked increased support and intense criticism after a Facebook post labeling Republican candidates "demonstrably racist, homophobic and unethical."
Diamond and Silk blasted Democratic congressional members Maxine Waters and Kamala Harris for what they said is supporting "illegal aliens" instead of American citizens in poverty.
Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham said California Congresswoman Maxine Waters and all other Democrats "want people killed" and should be charged with inciting violence against Trump supporters.
The division in the Republican party could be enough to fracture it permanently, said Clayton. It's possible that we soon see a Republican-centrist third-party emerge.