President Donald Trump's low approval ratings prove almost nothing, notes Bill Moloney, since some of his predecessors rebounded from similar lows while others fell from lofty highs.
The 45th president, unpredictable as he may be domestically, has rolled out a smart, disciplined global strategy with the help of generals Mattis, McMaster, and Kelly, notes contributor Bill Moloney.
Five presidents now acclaimed for their greatness, had to endure withering denunciations in their time. It didn't stop Jefferson, Jackson, and Lincoln in the 1800s, or FDR and Reagan in the 1900s, from succeeding in the White House and even winning reelection. Will the "dangerous" Donald Trump do likewise?
My friend Phil is a pastor in Denver. His wife Meg is a Christian counselor. Though Phil doesn’t do politics from the pulpit, he told me last week he’s strong for the GOP ticket. (Click Title)
Richard Nixon’s resignation under threat of impeachment, 42 years ago this week, can teach us enduring lessons about ethics, politics, and the presidency, as I reflected in a TV news interview the other day. Its relevance echoes in 2016 as...