bobby kennedy

Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D - Mass.) said that the Trump administration is “turning American life into a zero-sum game” in the Democratic response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address.
Bobby was only 42 when he was murdered, but Larry Tye's book brings him -- and the hope he embodied -- back to thrilling
It was half a century ago, but eerily familiar. A sniper’s bullet had pierced America’s heart. Candidates in the super-heated
“Make America Safe Again” is a slogan riveting enough to be the theme not just of Donald J. Trump’s convention kickoff this
Can we all just take a deep breath? I'm speaking to many Democratic voters as well as the bulk of the mainstream media here, just to clarify. Because far too many seem to currently be going off the deep end. But from where I sit, this is an overreaction to a very short-term situation.
Indeed, the Saudis, long touted by some would-be realists as just the sort of implacable autocrats the Middle East needs for long-term stability, have themselves been furiously stirring the pot in recent months and years.
Hillary Clinton worked for party unity, but only after a very hard-fought and contentious primary season. I offer these reminders up, because now she finds herself in the opposite role. And it seems like everyone's memory has gone fuzzy when recalling the final two months of the 2008 race.
Trump's rise has been real -- more real than I and most other political observers had expected. But let me offer some perspective. What we are seeing is the acceleration of a trend in the Republican nominating process that began in 2008, when John McCain, was nearly hounded out of the campaign for insufficient wing-nuttery before coming back to win the nomination.
When we passed by the final 200-foot waterfall and reached the inner sanctums of Tiger's Nest, its serene shrines and gold