Columns by Cal Thomas

Cause and Effect

CAL THOMAS

For release: 07/21/16

 

 

 

Cause and effect

By Cal Thomas

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Trump's Acceptance Speech

Trump’s acceptance speech

By Cal Thomas

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Donald Trump’s acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention was too long — 75 minutes — and too loud. Modulation is the key to good public speaking. One’s voice should rise and fall like the tide, which allows really important points to be made whether the volume is low or high. His adult children are better speakers.

Salt and Pepper

Pence is salt to trump’s pepper

By Cal Thomas

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The announcement by Donald Trump of Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate had not yet been made official last Thursday, but that didn’t stop the hard left from hauling out its familiar and overused rhetoric.

May/Trump vs. Thatcher/Reagan?

May and Trump: A replay of Thatcher and Reagan?

By Cal Thomas

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Is Britain’s new prime minister, Theresa May, Margaret Thatcher reincarnated? There are similarities.

The Race Narrative

The race narrative

By Cal Thomas

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A Clinton Escapes Again

Free pass for Hillary

By Cal Thomas

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FBI Director James Comey has given Hillary Clinton something better than a get out of jail free card. He’s protected her from indictment by recommending to the Department of Justice that she not be prosecuted for her and her staff’s “extremely careless” handling of emails on private servers that included documents classified as “top secret,” “secret” and “confidential.”

BREXIT and US

Britain to EU: Good riddance

By Cal Thomas

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Maybe it was those college courses on the history of Europe that soured me on the idea of a united continent. How could a conglomeration of nation states noted for invading each other, pillaging and warring against each other form a union? How could a continent with different languages, cultures and money become a united states of Europe modeled after the USA?

Identity Politics

Hillary Clinton and identity politics

By Cal Thomas

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Have you heard that Hillary Clinton is the “first woman” ever to be nominated for president by a major political party? Of course you have. The media have repeated the line so often it is broken news.

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