Former Vice President Joe Biden held his first news conference in 89 days, but the press missed a golden opportunity to ask him some real questions.
Debra J. Saunders is the White House correspondent for the Las Vegas Review-Journal. email@example.com … @DebraJSaunders on Twitter. 202-662-7391
The empty seats at President Donald Trump’s Tulsa, Oklahoma, rally show that his supporters aren’t willing to put themselves at risk to attend a rally during a pandemic.
President Donald Trump has been the voice of reason on police reform. Credit Tim Scott, the only black Republican in the Senate.
UCLA’s handling of a complaint against a professor who rejected a call to treat black students who protested the death of George Floyd more leniently shows academic freedom is over.
Some activists who support protests that can turn violent and destructive want to defund the police. Will that make you feel more safe, or less?
President Donald Trump threatened Michigan and Nevada with the loss of federal funds because of the way they’re conducting mail-in elections.
Many young people will pay a big price.
Bless Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman for wanting to open up Las Vegas for business as soon as possible. Then breathe a sigh of relief that she doesn’t get to make it happen.
Some governors are going too far.
Although the left distrusts Trump’s use of White House power, many of their luminaries have called on him to issue a sweeping national shutdown order to deal with the coronavirus.
Reporters for the New York Times and the Washington Post are no longer attending the daily White House briefing, ostensibly because of concerns about the coronavirus.
Coronavirus fatality predictions have become frequent talking points – even though they presented an inflated picture. We are living in a news climate where the scarier the factoid, the more credibility it can claim.