A Time to Talk, Listen, and Act
Having the grieving loved ones believe that we remained callously indifferent only adds to their already immeasurable grief.
Too Much of a Good Thing; the Need For Age Limits for President and Justices
Cognitive decline and the concomitant loss of judgment can at first be subtle and progress over time.
A Veil of Ignorance
One of the salient features of the abortion “debate” is that it rarely involves a genuine, intellectually honest discussion of the issue.
Treat the Cause, Not Just the Symptom
We have a crisis at our southern border with Mexico
Just Because You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should
With the specter of federal judicial intervention removed, the temptation to subvert the political process through egregious partisan gerrymandering will surely rise.
The Rules of Engagement
Will Shewmake joins Bearing Drift
Shewmake: Wisconsin Republicans’ Power Grab is a Disgrace to the Grand Old Party
What the Wisconsin Republicans are doing to strip the offices of governor and attorney general of power during a lame duck session is short-sighted, disgraceful, and disrespectful to the electorate.
Shewmake: Speaker Kirk Cox, a True Conservative
Op-ed by William H. Shewmake