Charles Lane: Can we agree on ISIS?
Right after the massacre in Paris, the question on many a pundit's lips was: How will the struggle against Islamic State terrorism affect the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign? Now, more than a week later, the more pertinent, and worrisome, question is ...
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Harold Meyerson: Americans see a government of, by and for the rich. To paraphrase William Butler Yeats, most Americans believe this is no country for anyone but the rich, writes Washington Post columnist Harold Meyerson.
Widening dangers and rising fears
With Christian scripture definitely out of fashion, we turn for advice to a poet, another Irishman, William Butler Yeats. The advice, so-called, on his tombstone in County Sligo, are Yeats' own baleful words: “Cast a cold eye on life, on death ...
Column: Americans Think America's for the Rich
At first glance — and second, and third — Americans look to be marching off in two diametrically opposed directions. On immigration, Democrats and Republicans could not have more contrasting views; cities, which have become distinctly progressive ...