ABOUT Juan Williams
February 13, 2013
In his column at the Hill, Juan Williams tackles the GOP's toxic image among Latino voters on the eve of President Obama's push for immigration reform during his State of the Union address.
Writing at the Hill, Juan Williams looks at the lessons that the waning 112th Congress -- whose dysfunction led to a downgrade of the nation's credit rating and the prospect of a "fiscal cliff" -- might learn from the shake-up in the Golden State's election process.
Several races should make the GOP nervous as the election approaches, Juan Williams writes at the Hill.
Despite calls to the contrary by some elected officials, Juan Williams writes at the Hill that U.S. intervention in Syria would be tragic, saying that we're still learning lessons from the Iraq War.
When the degree of harm to racial minorities is considered, the nation's education crisis can be considered the greatest civil rights challenge of the 21st century, Juan Williams writes at the Hill.
In his column at the Hill, Juan Williams weighs in on the alarming poverty rate among America's children. He says it's sad that it's not part of the political discourse.
Long before President Obama promoted the idea, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney supported requiring people to buy health insurance, writes the Hill columnist Juan Williams.
In his column at the Hill, Juan Williams asks whether Democrats or Republicans will step up and break the nation's debt gridlock.