Opinion columnist Louis Capozzi is at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
The interesting thing about the press is although we expend an enormous amount of time and energy investigating everyone else’s business, the actual mechanisms of the press are often opaque.
While the rest of the world sees our violence, turbulence, and political instability, they also see that we at least still hold on to the integrity of our anger and our desire to listen and be heard worldwide.
It is almost as if some young voters have forgotten the 26th amendment exists.
Is the Republican Party becoming an ally?