Senior Editorial Writer
Alan Wirzbicki has worked at the Globe in various capacities since 2004, including Washington correspondent, political reporter, and senior editorial writer. He lives in Jamaica Plain.
Opinion | Alan Wirzbicki
By Alan Wirzbicki , Globe Staff
One consequence of the Trump administration’s chaotic approach to foreign policy is that it’s forcing allies to shoulder leadership roles, big and small, once filled by United States.
No matter how much one may credit her good intentions, Judge Shelley A. Joseph should not continue to sit on criminal cases until her own legal situation is resolved.
Make no mistake, Trump chooses his battles carefully, and his choice to disparage yet another institution critical to a well-functioning democracy is no idle rant.
The little red fruit has been drawn into President Trump’s trade wars. To ease the pain, the federal government should extend financial assistance to cranberry growers.