While British media trumpeted Harry and Meghan's outsider status on their London trip, they—and the royals—are missing the Sussexes' lessons for the future.
Confusing royalty with celebrity, Harry and Meghan's star wattage has dramatically diminished. As the Platinum Jubilee weekend proved, the crown is all.
The notion "thou shall not kill" as a blanket statement morally doesn't work.
Retribution is not an effective way of managing basic criminals or mass murderers in society.
We have to look at not broadening our promise to save the world to people who aren't pulling their weight.
Thank goodness that NATO exists, because if it did not, I think we would be very concerned that Putin may try to go further.
There hasn't been enough connection between what goes on at an academic and intellectual level, and the general public.
We can debate the historical appropriateness of calling everyone who fought for the Confederacy a traitor, but it obviously it was about something else.
Let's make sure that white America understands that black people played important roles in the creation and building of this country.
The way that Black History Month has been done, and the premise of it, was a radical idea and its inception.
The reason the NFL overtime rules are so complicated now is for one reason, because the Saints beat the Vikings in the 2009 NFC championship.
If your defense can't prevent the touchdown, I struggle to feel sympathy for your loss.
There's a long-running gambit undertaken here by the former president and his supporters to delegitimize the 2020 election.
Most of the people who trespassed the Capitol on January 6 had no criminal record in their past.
Rights contain within themselves proper moral limitations.
We can't abandon political processes.
The two parties are more alike than they are different.
Trump, in essence, was sort of a liberal. He was sort of libertarian. He was sort of conservative.
It's hard to find an argument that schools shouldn't be allowed to make a decision to fairly compensate athletes.
This is something that's going to largely benefit student athletes who were going to be paid anyway.