Democrats are poised to complement their celebration of diversity with an emphasis on indiscriminate inclusivity. Virginia voters on Nov. 8 might have unexpected company while they wait in line to perform their civic duty.
Most Americans, according to the polls, think radical Islam is the greatest threat to America’s peace and stability. It’s the economy, too, as Mr. Stupid is forever trying to learn, but you can’t enjoy a good job and a strong economy if you’re dead at the hands of a religious fanatic.
Virtue doesn’t sell like it used to, and one variety in particular has been put on the back shelf. Billy Joel wasn’t kidding when he sang, “Honesty is such a lonely word.” Honesty only matters where truth is valued, and in the noisy cacophony of the digital age it’s often difficult to recognize the genuine article. But it’s still important to try.
Teacher tenure sounds like a good idea, and maybe in the Republic of Utopia it would be. But in the real world it can invite abuse. A group of students and their parents, backed by several philanthropists in Silicon Valley, are challenging the California teacher tenure system.
In a remarkably shameless appearance Sunday, Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook told ABC News that “real questions are being raised” about whether Donald Trump “is just a puppet for the Kremlin in this race.” Young Mr. Mook, like many of his generation ignorant of the history of his country, should be in serious trouble.