Christine Flowers

Apr 22, 2019
We have become a society that demands the utmost purity from our members. No flaws, no past errors, no gaffes in the distant past. We must all be like Caesar’s wife, completely beyond reproach.

Apr 16, 2019
I know people who were baptized there, and one couple who was married by candlelight. I can still see the watercolor of Notre Dame surrounded by flowers, which I bought with my last five francs, a present for my father.

Apr 15, 2019
I had my problems with KirstjenNielsen. But she was a policy wonk who tried to follow the law. In getting rid of her, the White House is signaling that it wants to take an even sharper turn in the dark direction that gave us child separation.

Apr 8, 2019
We cannot ignore the moral of this story: Those who start revolutions risk being destroyed by the very furies they unleash.

Apr 1, 2019
Trump critics who were so invested in the Mueller investigation's ability to take down the president that they lost sight of what was really important: confirmation that President Trump and members of his campaign did not conspire or coordinate with the Russian government.

Mar 18, 2019
I’d rather an honest, unrepentant jerk than one who is forced into fake, insincere submission.

Mar 11, 2019
After the massacre at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh last year, it really shouldn’t be a struggle to condemn anti-Semitism.

Mar 5, 2019
After listening to the stories I’ve heard over the past few weeks (and over the past 25 years) in the waiting area of the Lyndhurst Office of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, I will never be anything but eternally humbled by my birthright.

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