By KATHLEEN PARKER - Wednesday, May 15, 2013
WASHINGTON -- The tea party and the 'Lamestream Media' have discovered a common enemy.
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Sunday, May 12, 2013
WASHINGTON -- Mistakes were made. This, we are supposed to accept, is the conclusion to be drawn about the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, despite congressional testimony Wednesday suggesting that significant efforts were made to camouflage those mistakes.
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Sunday, May 5, 2013
Repeatedly over the past several days, we've heard the argument that any interference with the over-the-counter sale of Plan B to any female of any age is blocking a woman’s right to self-determination. Fifteen-year-old girls, where the limit is currently set, are girls, not women. And female parts do not a woman make any more than a correspondingly developed male makes the proud possessor a man.
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Saturday, April 27, 2013
WASHINGTON -- Nearly everyone who has known George W. Bush up closer than a video clip has a different impression of him than what is more popularly accepted.
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Why do we feel a need to demonize a group rather than the individuals responsible for a terrorist attack?
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Sunday, April 21, 2013
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- If history is any guide, Mark Sanford’s candidacy for a congressional seat from South Carolina is on life support.
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Tuesday, April 16, 2013
We can say all the right things and hug our children more tightly. We can make pronouncements and promises. But the deep, mortal wound of man's inhumanity to man continues to be unfathomable.
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Sunday, April 14, 2013
Welcome to reality. Nothing about the Mitch McConnell-Ashley Judd episode, first exposed by Mother Jones magazine, is novel or especially outrageous, except for the illegal activity.
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Wednesday, April 10, 2013
As much as anyone, I am eager to do whatever will make a difference in gun violence. But I’m unconvinced that what is being proposed will provide the solution we seek.
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Monday, April 8, 2013
NEW YORK --
Reflecting on the "Women in the World" summit held recently in New York.
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Wednesday, April 3, 2013
CAMDEN, S.C. --
A ceremony unveiling a sculpture featuring two statues was a feast of ironies, cognitive surprises and the sort of historic gestures that permit respite from the political cynicism that dominates our day.
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Sunday, March 24, 2013
WASHINGTON -- Few people—and far fewer women—have attracted so much attention as Hillary Clinton. And of course the question is: Will she run for president in 2016?
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Wednesday, March 20, 2013
NEW YORK --
With a cellphone in every pocket, it has become second nature for most people to snap a picture or tap the video button at the slightest provocation—a baby’s giggle, a fallen tree or, just possibly, a drunk girl stripped naked by boys who don’t think twice. Over time, might the marginalizing effect of bystander detachment impede any impulse to empathy?
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Sunday, March 17, 2013
Mariska Hargitay’s transformation from an actor into a powerful voice for victims began about 15 years ago when she began researching the role that would make her a household name. In the process, she stumbled upon the appalling statistics about sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse. Especially offensive was the fact that hundreds of thousands of rape kits remained unprocessed.
By KATHLEEN PARKER - Wednesday, March 13, 2013
WASHINGTON -- The Vatican, despite Pope Emeritus Benedict’s relatively recent foray into the Twitterverse, apparently is not yet on the 24/7 news clock. Updated.
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