Donald Trump's foreign policy speech last week was more coherent than his earlier pronouncements on the topic, writes William Keylor. But other parts of the address were replete with exaggerations and misstatements.
While separated by 60 odd years, Donald Trump’s denigrating remarks about a Gold Star family are eerily reminiscent of Joseph McCarthy’s political self-immolation, writes Thomas J. Whalen.
If Trump wants to attack veterans, well, we’re tough. We can take it. It is quite another thing to attack those families who have sacrifice thrust upon them in the most painful and public way.