Ghazala Khan

Despite his claims to respect veterans more than anyone, President Donald Trump has frequently made offensive statements about members of the armed forces and their families.
Political incorrectness is not why decent people feel revulsion at what Trump says and does. Decent people object because what he says and does is indecent, ignorant and wrong.
It is difficult for voters to keep track of the many legal and personal scandals surrounding Donald Trump, but it is easier to remember the many people whom he has insulted. Both pose liabilities for Trump's campaign for president, but perhaps ironically, it is the insults that are likely to do more damage than the scandals.
What would it take for one of these cowards to actually break from Trump? In all likelihood, they'd have to see hard evidence that their continued support for him is actually hurting them at the polls. Forget America First. For Ryan and McConnell, it's Me First.
Last week, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg questioned Trump's sanity whilst Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton warned Americans that the tycoon did not have the temperament to be their next Commander-in-chief.
There is mourning in America today. Out of that mourning can come renewal, rebirth and hope. Or, out of that mourning, can come whimpering, withdrawal and fear.
  In 1919, Wilbur Little returned home to Blakely, Georgia after serving in World War I.  Instead of being heralded as a