I'm disappointed with pro-business Republicans who are reluctant to renounce Donald Trump.
After watching how the Democratic supermajority in Springfield has wrecked Illinois, I now worry a similar fate awaits the entire nation. Many polls are indicating a Democratic landslide in November's presidential contest, with the GOP likely to lose control of the Senate. Before long, Republicans may be the House minority as well.
Trying to "make American great again" is like an adult wishing he could relive his childhood. You can't turn back the clock to a time when women, minorities, homosexuals and others were denied equal rights. You can't recreate the "good ol' days." You can only move forward.
The GOP strategies of maintaining political power by controlling redistricting maps and suppressing voter registration seem increasingly desperate, like Southern Louisiana trying to stop land from being swallowed by the sea.
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A historic cultural destruction trial. Continued fallout from the Marina Abramovic controversy. And Larry Gagosian helps Hillary Clinton. Plus: The unstable art market, what the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative could do to housing (not pretty) and a perfume ad for the ages. This is the Roundup:
Fidelity has been quietly lobbying politicians in favor of a new tax break that would encourage employers to help pay off employees' student debts.
Refusing to bring big profit stateside, Tim Cook says there's nothing patriotic about paying high taxes, the Apple CEO told The Washington Post.
Both Trump and Clinton intend to end carried interest if elected president. That wouldn't just hurt the rich, it would hurt America, these VCs say.
Newspaper trashes presidential candidate for "toying with political bloodshed."
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Saturday that the results of November's U.S. presidential election could weigh heavily on his city's chances of hosting the 2024 Olympics, saying that a victory by Donald Trump could turn off IOC voters.
Since the arrival of Trump as the GOP candidate one phrase should be abolished from our language -- "Don't be ridiculous! It can't happen." Well, there i...
The GOP nominee appeared to single out former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg for special insults.
During the final night of the Democratic National Convention on Thursday, as Park Ridge native Hillary Clinton formerly accepted her party's presidential nomination to fight Republican nominee Donald Trump, bar patrons who were gathered at a watering hole down the street from Clinton's