Kathleen Parker

Another view: A monument to reconciliation

CAMDEN, S.C. — It isn’t often that one gets to hear both the strains of “Dixie” and an African drum concert in the same public square. Nor, usually, are sta ...

Another View: The fat lady’s aria

WASHINGTON — Four-year-old Abigael Evans spoke for millions when she sobbed, “I’m tired of Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney.” Her mother, who posted a video on ...

Sorry, dealer’s all out of race cards

WASHINGTON — Predictable as rain, the race card has surfaced just in time to stir up electoral passions, justify outcomes and explain away inconvenient truths. Just days fr ...

Stance anti-First Amendment

In 1934, Cordell Hull, Franklin Roosevelt’s secretary of state, informed Germany’s minister of foreign affairs that “it is well known that the free exercise of religion is no ...

President needs good hair

In Charles Wallen’s letter of Nov. 18, he seems to infer that a high IQ is a prerequisite for the presidency. If you go back just a short time we find that President (Jimmy) Car ...

Social Security still solvent

I wish to compliment the Journal for publishing syndicated columnists including the (Steve and Cokie) Roberts couple and (Kathleen) Parker. Although they vary in views that are con ...

Bring back Walter Williams

I am hopefully not alone in thinking that perhaps it’s time to recycle the contributors to “Another View.” I’m sick of Cokie and Steven Roberts, and you can keep Kathleen P ...

Another View: The tea fragger party

Fragging: “To intentionally kill or wound (one’s superior officer, etc.), esp. with a hand grenade.” WASHINGTON — Take names. Remember them. The behavior of certain Republi ...

Reader tired of Obama’s ‘lies’

Re: Kathleen Parker’s column, “A story not quite right,” (Another View, July 19): Miss Parker’s next-to-last sentence seems to sum up the leftist view on Obama’s lying ve ...

Except Parker, columnists fine

What a bright new voice is Ronald Fraser. His column in the Journal on Feb. 15 was interesting and insightful. Hopefully we will see him again in the Journal. I also appreciate an ...