Flowers: I won't let Moore's people normalize the abnormal, especially when they trash talk a Nazarene teen.
This week, a perfect storm of events convinced me that this city has lost whatever beating facsimile of a heart might have once lain buried within the decrepit municipal body.
We can debate the value of the lottery system, but we shouldn't use these eight deaths to make a political statement.
My deepest anger is at people who will use this moment to both trivialize the phenomena of sexual abuse and limit the class of people who can be shown compassion.
Just because your daughter wants to learn martial arts instead of quilting does not mean she needs to invade the boys' domain.
His apparent willingness to destroy his own child is an example of the rankest hypocrisy, and it does immeasurable damage to the pro-life movement.
Kaepernick can stay but Rapone needs to go.
Trump was right about U.N. hypocrisy, especially when it comes to human rights.
ESPN and others are way over the line in allowing their personalities to call out those they don't like.
Because many Italians have assimilated, the bigotry they faced is long forgotten. But now, parts of America want to rid the nation of Christopher Columbus
I didn't expect the partisan chatter to go silent while Houstonians were standing on their roofs begging to be rescued, but I did expect the subject matter of the debates would be political, consequential, and relevant. Melania Trump's heels doesn't satisfy any of those metrics.
Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio is sadistic, mean spirited, and does not represent the good men and women who work in law enforcement. President Trump should not have pardoned him
That Donald J. Trump would pardon him makes me physically ill.
My anecdotal research indicates that more Philadelphians favor keeping the Rizzo statue than removing it.
I remember so many Labor Days at the Shore in the 1970s, watching with excitement as the big board on stage would tally what were then stratospheric sums: millions of dollars for research.
Anyone who looks to a political leader for his moral True North is a fool.
Protecting victims is important, but no more important than due process.
I'm tired of being told that anyone who feels pity for the collateral damage caused by those with addictions is cruel.
White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci embodies all the stereotypes Italians have been looking to dump for centuries.
See Christine Flowers on Channel 6's "Inside Story" Sunday at 11:30 a.m.