In 1981, my father was dying of cancer and I was far from home.
As an immigration lawyer, he made my life hell. But even so, President Trump owed him more respect.
Since the time of the Civil War, the 14th Amendment has held that any person born in the United States and "subject to the jurisdiction thereof" is a native born citizen.
The LGBTQ community is acting like Trump ordered something akin to Biblical annihilation.
Senator Casey's ads attacking his opponent, Rep. Lou Barletta, hit too close to home.
Imagine if "terrorist" was sprayed in front of a Mosque, swastikas were painted on a synagogue, a noose was hung from a tree in North Philly.
Collins' act of independence should remind us of our better angels and our obligation to fairness and due process.
I am becoming increasingly isolated from liberal ideas because it is much harder these days to have a civil conversation.
Brett Kavanaugh will be forever tied to a woman who, he testified on Thursday, he did not know and most likely never met.
Bert and Ernie are not gay.
A reminder to the #MAGA crowd: America never stopped being great.
The left is desperate to thwart Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court because they can see a long-term shift to the right.
The irony is that by using this not-so-thinly-veiled reference to the president, McCain undid the good that her family had already achieved on this day by not inviting Trump to the ceremony.
I want you to remember that this is the template of the priests of my faith, the ones who sacrificed their own lives so that others could be brought closer to God.
When icons died in times past, we eulogized their better angels and ignored their darker selves, and with John McCain, the better angels win out.
I think it's time to do to the #MeToo movement what John Wayne did to Liberty Valance.
One of the reasons that the church failed so miserably in its duty to the children is bitterly ironic: misplaced forgiveness.
Jeff Mancuso was known to his family, to his ex-wife, to his community, to his daughter and more importantly, to the legal system in Bucks County as a violent man.
The stabbing of Sean Schellenger in Rittenhouse Square last month is a story about double standards, half-truths, and hypocrisy.
Even as a child, the parable of the Prodigal Son was annoying as hell, since I could never understand why dad would welcome back the no-good screw up when the other son was right there by his side living a decent life.
See Christine Flowers on Channel 6's "Inside Story" Sunday at 11:30 a.m.