Cherie Zaslawsky column
Cherie Zaslawsky is a writer, editor, educator and English tutor who lives in California.
October 16, 2020
Curiouser and curiouser. Out of the blue, just weeks before the most consequential election in American history, our indefatigable President gets sick, and a . . .
October 6, 2020
Much has been said about the first presidential debate—which was anything but presidential. Here’s my two cents. This was not the debate people were hoping . . .
May 18, 2020
Shortly after World War II ended, Americans were in shock as the horrors of the Holocaust were revealed. But they also took comfort from the fact that nothing . . .
April 30, 2020
President Trump is right that we’re at war with an invisible enemy. But that enemy is most emphatically not a virus. He has been lured into fighting the wrong . . .
April 22, 2020
On March 16th of this year, I went to bed in America as usual, but woke up in Venezuela. I didn’t know it over breakfast, however. It didn’t dawn on me . . .
April 15, 2020
An unintended consequence of my years of reading Agatha Christie mysteries is that I learned how to separate the red herrings from the salient facts hiding . . .
April 10, 2020
Thank goodness we have some medical giants in this country – I refer not to the limelight-loving Dr. Anthony Fauci – who have been working around . . .
April 3, 2020
One of my favorite rituals takes place on Sunday mornings in my tranquil little suburb of Menlo Park here in California. We have a lovely once-a-week outdoor . . .
March 29, 2020
It is a sad commentary on American journalism that virtually no one in the media is talking about the unconstitutional violations of our rights in states like . . .
December 17, 2019
The Democrats' attempt to derail Donald Trump's candidacy, followed by their ongoing Herculean effort to oust him from the White House, has become a national . . .
December 1, 2019
Lest we forget, a number of the 2016 candidates who ran for the presidency did not meet the requirement of natural born citizenship. The Founders created this . . .
November 17, 2019
If I ask my students to write about aphorisms like "crime doesn't pay" or "cheaters never prosper," they find it difficult, since they know from their own . . .
October 24, 2019
Listen to Fox News, and you'll hear phrases such as "Trump derangement syndrome" and "liberal heads are exploding" on a daily basis. Conservative newscasts . . .
March 5, 2019
It's difficult to keep up with the Left's crusades against new, presumably intolerable "offenses," giving rise to the witch hunt du jour – but one of the . . .
February 27, 2019
Kudos to the Chicago police force. Call it poetic justice, or karma, or old-fashioned honest-to-goodness justice – Jussie got it between the eyes. . . .
February 9, 2019
I'm almost sorry for the Democrats. I said "almost." President Trump delivered a such a powerful and inspirational State of the Union address that the . . .
January 27, 2019
After watching as much as I could stomach of the CNN video of Pelosi and Schumer trying to convince the public that President Trump had delivered a terrible, . . .
October 19, 2018
On Thursday, October 4th, Chuck Schumer repeated his claim that Christine Blasey Ford's uncorroborated testimony was credible, and added that she "came forward . . .
November 26, 2017
It is perhaps no surprise that a coterie of NeverTrumpers has been quick to jump on the NeverMoore bandwagon. After all, Roy Moore shares the President's agenda . . .
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