ABOUT Colbert I. King
November 04, 2012
A Romney win would be bigger than race, Washington Post columnist Colbert I. King writes. Romney's lack of commitment to anything means he could fall sway to his most extreme supporters, pushing everything from health care to women's rights back decades.
Washington Post columnist Colbert I. King observes that when it comes to finding ways to make ethically and legally questionable contributions, national GOP operatives have nothing on their imitators in Washington, D.C., government.
Washington Post columnist Colbert I. King says that the deep and abiding nature of Southern racism makes Martin Luther King Jr.'s achievements all the more remarkable.
The Washington Post's Colbert I. King writes that a possible investigation into the D.C. Council's award of the city's $38 million lottery contract could unveil a cloak of secrecy surrounding online gambling.
Colbert I. King, in his Washington Post column, says that Martha's Vineyard is the last place on earth the president of the United States should find himself.
Colbert I. King, in his Washington Post column, looks at questionable campaign contributions by an at-large member of the D.C. Council.
In his Washington Post column, Colbert I. King says that Rush Limbaugh has been pulling for President Obama's downfall even before he took office.