Kathleen Parker

Kathleen Parker’s twice-weekly column, syndicated by The Washington Post Writers Group, appears in more than 500 newspapers, She is at home both inside and outside the Washington Beltway.

Weary and wary, Mueller fulfilled his obligation

After two years of draining the swamp of several of its slimiest occupants, Mueller had to present himself one final time for the benefit of politicians bent on showboating at his expense.

Acosta’s cowardice then should cost him now

Acosta should step down from his Cabinet position for dereliction of duty in his prior role — and because he has the spine of a mollusk.

Why millennials may be conservatives at heart

Several current trends among millennials do not bode well for Democrats. Indeed, they suggest a greater affinity for (many) Republican policies, notwithstanding a, perhaps, contiguous dislike for the GOP’s leadership.