There's frequent talk of how the school choice debate no longer falls along traditional ideological lines -- of how courageous Democrats are embracing charters, vouchers, and other reforms. Last week was proof positive of the turning tide.
Never in the history of this country has Congress ever restricted the right of the White House or State Department to meet with representatives of a foreign state, even in wartime. If this measure passes, it will establish a dangerous precedent.
When states' rights clash with Congressional Republicans' ideological agenda, they can reverse field on a dime and become stalwart centrists. The double standard is very much on display in the enforcement of federal pollution laws.
Would you stand up in defense of a child who was being bullied? I hope your answer is yes. Now, what if that child were gay? Hopefully, you didn't have to give that question any more thought than the first one.