The recent spike in U.S. COVID-19 infections has mercifully been accompanied by a declining death count. There were days in the spring when the country had half the number of cases but twice as many deaths. Now, at least, the U.S. is testing more widely.
In a moment of deep uncertainty about making the 2020 presidential election work, the U.S. Supreme Court has struck a blow for stability and common sense. In a 9-0 decision, the court held that states have the power to force members of the Electoral College to vote for the candidate their st…
Whitehouse opinion a must-read
It’s not too late to save the 2020 election
State and local officials are wisely counseling Oregonians not to call 911 on people who refuse to abide by Gov. Kate Brown’s statewide mask mandate. As concerned as people may be over the potential spread of coronavirus, asking police to confront those who won’t wear one is a misuse of law …
A tragic “perfect storm” is brewing: Covid-19 and racism
Another case of false advertising
Democrats to blame for 'systemic racism'
The Supreme Court on Tuesday needlessly poked a hole in Thomas Jefferson’s “wall of separation between church and state.” By a 5-4 vote, the court ruled in a case from Montana that if a state provides a tax break that benefits students at a secular private school, it must include private rel…