Terri Langston

Terri Langston is senior editor at The Globalist.

South Carolina and Georgia: A Contemporary Tale of Two Southern States

“Nothin’ could be finer” than to see Georgia flip yet again.

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The US and the Coddling of Donald Trump

Is this really the time to “humor” the outgoing U.S. President by allowing him slowly to come to terms with reality — like a little boy?

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Kamala Harris and the Evolution of the Birds: Worldwide Lessons

How evolution over millions of years has created sovereign female birds and equally sovereign human females.

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US: A “Y2K” Election in 2020? Seriously

Not to make light of the epochal challenge to deny Donald Trump a second term, but U.S. society has successfully risen to doomsday challenges before.

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Vaccinations, Polio and COVID 19: A Personal Reflection

What the history of developing the Polio vaccine teaches us about the current search for a COVID 19 vaccine.

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What Ails America on Health Care?

11 theses on what an undemocratic and unnecessary mess the world’s supposedly leading democracy finds itself in.

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“Now Let US Pray,” Or: Converting Melania to Mother Mary of the Masses

There’s an image makeover in progress for the First Lady in the Trump Administration.

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Gun Deaths: An American Prophet

On gun deaths, Americans knew what needed doing half a century ago.

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After Charleston: Gun Control and American Cynicism

Will the United States ever get real about the need for gun control?

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Ottawa: A Sergeant-at-Arms As the Real Thing

Competence and the protection of the people’s house.

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