Is the argument over wearing masks settled?
For a decade, Dan Gilbert has bankrolled downtown Detroit’s revival out of his own wallet, making low-return bets on crumbling buildings that otherwise might have been torn down.
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That much news coverage is biased against President Trump goes without saying. But every now and then there comes an episode of bias so egregious that it deserves attention. The coverage of the president’s July 3 speech at Mount Rushmore is one of those episodes.
Independence Day 2020 is in the books.
“Who are we?” “What are we here for?” These are some of the most fundamental questions of our lives. The answers can be tough to discern even in normal times. As statues are being torn down, the question of who we are as Americans is one that we have to consider.
When President Donald Trump launched his reelection campaign, he hoped to run, in part, on a record of foreign policy success.
Sixty years after the ’60s, we’re stuck in the ’60s.
As I write this the flag outside my window is snapping briskly in the wind.