Author: Michael Gerson

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This is the cost when institutions have lost public trust.The United States Senate is supposed to be a deliberative body, protected by extended terms from... [Read More]
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If the agency can't find evidence of wrongdoing, he should be confirmed. [Read More]
It is difficult to comment on an unfolding news story, but this one demands it. It is hard to write about someone you know and... [Read More]
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IT IS DIFFICULT to comment on an unfolding news story, but this one demands it. It is hard to write about someone you know and... [Read More]
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In the case of Brett Kavanaugh vs. Christine Blasey Ford, the moral issues are not fuzzy or unclear. The problem comes in interpreting the facts... [Read More]
The task before the Senate Judiciary Committee: Is it credible that this assault happened? And is it part of a pattern of similar abuse? [Read More]
The charge against Kavanaugh needs to be fully examined by members of the Judiciary Committee, no matter how much additional time that takes. [Read More]
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The Senate Judiciary Committee must fully examine the claims made against the Supreme Court nominee. [Read More]
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A surefire ideological Kool-Aid test? Those who think Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was wounded during his hearings have heavily imbibed. [Read More]
WASHINGTON: A surefire ideological Kool-Aid test? Those who think Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was wounded during his hearings have heavily imbibed. Democratic senators on... [Read More]
A surefire ideological Kool-Aid test? Those who think Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was wounded during his hearings have heavily imbibed. [Read More]
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WASHINGTON — A surefire ideological Kool-Aid test? Those who think Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was wounded during his hearings have heavily imbibed. Democratic senators on... [Read More]
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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh displayed many skills during his Senate hearings, but one above all: the ability to suffer political fools. [Read More]
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Kavanaugh is the best of his judicial peers; he is better than his senatorial accusers; and, if there is any justice, he is headed for... [Read More]
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Bitterness in this broken process is nothing new, but there's been a serious decline in the quality of calumny. Just ask Sen. Susan Collins. [Read More]
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Bitterness in this broken process is nothing new, but there's been a serious decline in the quality of calumny. Just ask Sen. Susan Collins. [Read More]
Since the Council of Nicaea, Christians have been prone to issue joint statements designed to draw the boundaries of orthodoxy — and cast their rivals... [Read More]
Since the Council of Nicaea, Christians have been prone to issue joint statements that are designed to draw the boundaries of orthodoxy — and cast... [Read More]
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"The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel" is a sad case of spiritual blindness. [Read More]
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WASHINGTON— One of the major problems with President Trump's impulsivity is its utter predictability.A recent op-ed in The New York Times by an anonymous administration... [Read More]
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