The last few weeks have demonstrated the power of education in creating opportunity.
The national anthem has become a reminder about the awkward and even hostile existence black people face in America.
From the beginning, I have believed the Choice Scholarship Program has been about financially saving many religious schools from closing their doors.
The Catholic Church has harbored a horde of pedophiles and given them sanctuary.
Assault on a plane. It happened to me in November 2013.
It’s much more difficult to get a political message to register when there are hundreds of TV channels. Negative ads get noticed.
I appreciate the need for decent, competent people to stay in the Trump administration.
Democrats in Indiana deserve a candidate more committed to them than this.
It’s not the inaccurate stuff that angers Donald Trump the most; it’s the distinctly accurate stories that spur his tweets of fury.
The saying that lawmaking “is like making sausage” doesn’t begin to describe the ridiculousness of this process.
One important policy tool we can use to address racially motivated crimes is to enact anti-hate-crime legislation.
I have been reluctant to name bills after people. That can seem coy. But I will make an exception here.
It is great that Johnny can read, but does Johnny care for and respect himself and others?
We know Catholic Church leaders don’t always fire people for not being good role models.
Let’s start respecting our public-school teachers again and give them the support and the dollars they need to get the job done.
Are there no Roncalli staff who have divorced, remarried, taken birth control or used in vitro fertilization to get pregnant? All are violations of the teachings of the Catholic Church.
We have the ability to trace food from the field where it was grown all the way to your plate.
More women have voted than men in every presidential election since 1964.
Mr. Vice President, why not just say no? Isn’t that what you advocate to young people contemplating sex?