Kathleen Parker, Washington Post

Kathleen Parker

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Recent articles by Kathleen:

Lost graduations are ultimately trivial. But they remind us why rituals matter.

The absence of our customary gatherings reminds us of why they matter. → Read More

Why reopening protests reminiscent of the tea party era are fizzling

In these uncertain times, science might prevail. → Read More

The coronavirus has helped us finally see China for what it is

Nothing says ‘reality check’ like a deadly pandemic, a national quarantine and a collapsing global economy. → Read More

Now more than ever, we need a leader who understands the deeper meaning of all this

Most would agree that we are not oversupplied with leadership to meet this test. → Read More

The hypocrisy from Democrats on the Biden allegation is stunning but not surprising

We’ve seen this movie before. → Read More

Kathleen Parker column: Reopening won’t mean return to normal

PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. -- Observation these past couple of months confirms that there are two types of pandemic people — those who follow the rules → Read More

Kathleen Parker column: Reopening won’t mean return to normal

PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. -- Observation these past couple of months confirms that there are two types of pandemic people — those who follow the rules and those who don't.How this breaks down exactly is hard to know, though certain assumptions are fairly safe. Hardest-hit areas naturally would tend to be more attentive to social distancing, while people in states or regions with lower infection and… → Read More

Reopening doesn’t mean a return to normal

The regular order isn’t coming back after the pandemic — at least not as we’ve defined it before. → Read More

Trump’s idiotic remarks should be condemned by anyone who cares about the nation’s health

For this White House, it’s all about the survival of the unfittest. → Read More

The coronavirus protests are a juxtaposition of life and death

We’ll all return to work and play more quickly if everyone plays by the rules. → Read More

For once, at least we aren’t fighting each other

It is conceivable that we might come away from this nightmare with a greater appreciation for the fragility of life and the gift of peace. → Read More

We decided once against having a king. Let’s keep it that way.

The president’s behavior has ratcheted up the sense that his only real commitment is, even now, to winning. → Read More

The coronavirus pandemic is putting an end to politics as we know it

The endless and often pointless art of pitting one side against another is unhelpful in a world on fire. → Read More

Now is not the time to cast blame

As a result of all the finger-pointing, it’s more difficult than usual to know whom or what to believe. → Read More

Our better angels are among us

Lots of people are rallying to help one another through the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

The look of pandemic is in everyone’s eyes

Our faces tell the story of a nation in shock and in grief. → Read More

‘Sick with worry’ isn’t just an expression

How real is the coronavirus crisis? → Read More

Between the two old, white guys running against Trump, Biden is the reasonable choice

How’d we get to a choice between a 78-year-old arm-waving socialist and a 77-year-old bleeding heart liberal? → Read More

This won’t be the last we hear from Chris Matthews

He goes nowhere quietly, especially not in an election year. → Read More

Kathleen Parker: How corona virus could impact the election

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Politics can turn on a cough or a sneeze.One day, we’re asking ourselves which presidential candidate we’d rather drin → Read More