Possibly America's 1st 'first gentleman'

by Les Kinsolving -- That headlined word "possibly" is essential – due both to Hillary's currently diminishing presidential poll results, as well as the historic factor of political parties' residence in the more…

'Full equality' for all 'philias'?

by Les Kinsolving -- "Social media frenzies push businesses to pro-gay stance" That is the Page 1 headline in the Washington Times, over which Eunice Rho, ACLU Advocacy and Policy Council, declared more…

License plates: Free speech vs. censorship

by Les Kinsolving -- "Your position is that if you prevail, a license plate can have a racial slur?" That was a question asked by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy of more…

Bibi didn't 'backtrack'

by Les Kinsolving -- Page 1 of the March 20 Washington Post, under the headline "Netanyahu Backtracks on Election Eve Pledge," features a photograph of Israel 's prime minister with the following: more…

More Secret Service scandal

by Les Kinsolving -- "I'm holding a (bleep)ing bomb!" screamed the woman – near the southwest entrance of the White House, on March 4. This woman then put the object on the more…

Remembrance: The day I marched in Selma

by Les Kinsolving -- That early morning Montgomery, Alabama, crowd, which had gathered to meet our train from Washington, D.C., on March 25, 50 years ago, welcomed us with shouts of derision, more…

A 'misstatement' or a lie, Mr. Secretary?

by Les Kinsolving -- That is what the Huffington Post reported on Feb. 23, which really distresses me, because I so admire the Honor Code of West Point – from which Robert more…

'Golden State' becomes 'Government State'

by Les Kinsolving -- Farmer Brothers, which employs 1,200 and generates $200 million in annual sales to restaurants, hotels, hospitals and universities, is nationally headquartered in California. But Farmer Brothers has announced more…

When bishops imbibe ... and drive

by Les Kinsolving -- The Feb. 4 edition of the Washington Post headline and leading paragraphs over Michelle Boorstein's byline constitute a moral mind-boggler: "Church Officials Suspected Alcoholism" "Under fire for not more…