Kathleen Parker

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Chicago Tribune
Brexit, meet Donald Trump's Trexitunique power to harness and reinvent globalization in his own image. Clinton w
Brexit, meet Donald Trump's Trexit
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
unique power to harness and reinvent globalization in his own image. Clinton would do well to heed these identity concerns lest she become America's Cameron to Trump's Trexit. Washington Post Writers Group Kathleen Parker is a syndicated columni... Read more
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Desert Dispatch
Letters to the editor:of leadership we need, a leader that does not worry so much about popularity bu
Letters to the editor:
Desert Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
of leadership we need, a leader that does not worry so much about popularity but what is necessary to get the job done. As Kathleen Parker in a recent column pointed out "Obama sized up the electorate and, in the ultimate act of flattery, imitated... Read more
4d
The Commercial Dispatch
Kathleen Parker: Trump's born-again campaignthey're probably too late. Then again, miracles can happen. A penitent, born-ag
Kathleen Parker: Trump's born-again campaign
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
they're probably too late. Then again, miracles can happen. A penitent, born-again Trump would certainly be one. Kathleen Parker, a syndicated columnist, has received the Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Her email address is... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Repeat, retreat, reload: Can we find any common ground on gun control?including assault weapons. Closing those loopholes and ridding society of weapo
Repeat, retreat, reload: Can we find any common ground on gun control?
Chicago Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
including assault weapons. Closing those loopholes and ridding society of weapons we know to be mass-killing machines are the least — and the only sane things — we should do. Washington Post Writers Group Kathleen Parker is a syndicated colum... Read more
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8d
The Commercial Dispatch
Kathleen Parker: Why can't we do something sensible about guns?ridding society of weapons we know to be mass-killing machines are the least --
Kathleen Parker: Why can't we do something sensible about guns?
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 8 days ago
ridding society of weapons we know to be mass-killing machines are the least -- and the only sane things -- we should do. Kathleen Parker, a syndicated columnist, has received the Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Her email address is... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Gaining traction will be struggle as Ryan rolls out GOP agendahas been roundly criticized by many Republican pundits for his endorsement last
Gaining traction will be struggle as Ryan rolls out GOP agenda
The Oklahoman / Posted 15 days ago
has been roundly criticized by many Republican pundits for his endorsement last week of Trump. The Washington Post's Kathleen Parker said the endorsement “was a white flag from the establishment opposition.” In The Wall Street Journal, Bret... Read more
17d
The Commercial Dispatch
Kathleen Parker: Mourning a Florida we lost long agounprompted, something that was input long ago about God and letting not man put
Kathleen Parker: Mourning a Florida we lost long ago
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 17 days ago
unprompted, something that was input long ago about God and letting not man put asunder. God, she chuckles. Funny. Kathleen Parker, a syndicated columnist, has received the Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Her email address is... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
The GOP surrenders to Trump and the dark sidegamblers, bosses, bouncers and thugs — and some, I assume, are good people. At
The GOP surrenders to Trump and the dark side
Chicago Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
gamblers, bosses, bouncers and thugs — and some, I assume, are good people. At least now, Ronald Reagan can finally get some rest. The Republican Party has left him. Washington Post Writers Group Kathleen Parker is a syndicat... Read more
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22d
The Commercial Dispatch
Parker: The GOP surrenders to the dark sideI assume, are good people. At least now, Ronald Reagan can finally get some re
Parker: The GOP surrenders to the dark side
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 22 days ago
I assume, are good people. At least now, Ronald Reagan can finally get some rest. The Republican Party has left him. Kathleen Parker, a syndicated columnist, has received the Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Her email address is... Read more
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22d
OregonLive.com
GOP surrenders to the dark side: Kathleen ParkerBy Kathleen Parker WASHINGTON -- With the surrender of House Speaker Paul Ryan
GOP surrenders to the dark side: Kathleen Parker
OregonLive.com / Posted 22 days ago
By Kathleen Parker WASHINGTON -- With the surrender of House Speaker Paul Ryan to the Trump crusade, it is fair to wonder what the Republican Party stands for. Ryan's endorsement of Trump, which appeared in an op-ed the speaker wrote for his... Read more
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24d
The Commercial Dispatch
Kathleen Parker: America is under attack -- from withinconvention of brilliant minds and the enduring courage of generations who fough
Kathleen Parker: America is under attack -- from within
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 24 days ago
convention of brilliant minds and the enduring courage of generations who fought and died. For what? Surely, not this. Kathleen Parker, a syndicated columnist, has received the Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Her email address is... Read more
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25d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Parker: A post-racial legacy? Not exactlytheir projections. Then he gave them precisely what they wanted, not a post-ra
Parker: A post-racial legacy? Not exactly
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 25 days ago
their projections. Then he gave them precisely what they wanted, not a post-racial world but a pre-post-racial one — a custom-designed, rainbow-hued, streamlined fantasy of hope and change. Reach Kathleen Parker at kathleenparker@wash... Read more
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25d
Chicago Tribune
America, once a great notion, has come to thisnearly out of oxygen and ink. Trump and his minions don't want a united nation
America, once a great notion, has come to this
Chicago Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
nearly out of oxygen and ink. Trump and his minions don't want a united nation. What they want is their country back ...— Kathleen Parker Less well understood is how these ceaseless reductions affect the whole. How do we sustain our unitedness... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Parker: A Trump too far?waters, sipping wine and bemoaning the sad state of political affairs. The coar
Parker: A Trump too far?
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 29 days ago
waters, sipping wine and bemoaning the sad state of political affairs. The coarseness, the anger and, might we add, the irony of it all. Contact Kathleen Parker at kathleenparker@washpost.com. Read or Share this story: http://on.thec-l.com/1T... Read more
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