Two Democratic senators, Mazie Hirono of Hawaii and Kamala Harris of California, recently raised questions about Brian Beuscher's membership of the Catholic service organization Knights of Columbus. I did some investigation on my own about KofC. You wouldn't believe what I have uncovered.
“Crazy Rich Asians” surpassed $25 million in ticket sales in the opening weekend across both the United States and Canada, beating Mark Wahlberg’s action thriller “Mile 22.” How did a romantic comedy with an all-Asian cast top the box office ticket sales? Spoilers follow.
It’s prom season. High school girls in America have spent significant amounts of time and money to find the dress that makes them the prettiest girl at the party. Keziah of Utah found a perfect prom dress that she looks great in. What she didn’t expect was for a self-designated culture cop, Jeremy Lam, to ruin her perfect day by tweeting “My culture is not your [expletive] prom dress.”
Communities like Five Points need more business investment, not less. The only thing that can put them on a sustaining path to success is economic development. The resulting gentrification, admittedly, may be problematic. But surely poverty is worse.
I've been avoiding watching the news lately because it pains me to see my beloved country be so divided and people be so bitterly against one another. All the shouting, violence and the destruction of historical monuments have only brought up a feeling of déjà vu. America is clearly undergoing a Cultural Revolution that is eerily similar to Mao's Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution which took place in China in the 1960s.
The Trump administration’s increasingly tough talk on North Korea and the apparent defiance from the young North Korean dictator have made many people wonder if a second Korean War is imminent. At this critical junction, it’s probably best to remind ourselves of some history lessons from the first Korean War, which are still applicable today.
I appreciate Rorke Denver’s “The United States of ‘American Sniper’” (op-ed, Jan. 27). Rather than engaging in a verbal attack against Seth Rogen and Michael Moore, Mr. Denver teaches all of us a valuable lesson on why this country is the greatest place on earth.