Archive   |   Bio   |   RSS Feed   |   Opinions Home

2010 Pulitzer Prize Winner

Commentary Citation | Awarded to Kathleen Parker of The Washington Post for her perceptive, often witty columns on an array of political and moral issues, gracefully sharing the experiences and values that lead her to unpredictable conclusions.

Out of respect for pro-life Catholics, Obama shouldn't speak at the place that symbolizes Catholics in America.
 
Gov. Mark Sanford is a man unmoored from reality.
 
What a girl detective helped teach Sonia Sotomayor -- and me.
 
Ohio's George Voinovich had it at least partly right about what ails the party.
 
With a twittered miscarriage, the banality of twittery just out-twitted itself.
 
Don't cry foul over the president shooting hoops with the boys.
 
Chinese government policy is leading to forced abortions and other abuses we cannot ignore.
 
Hats off to the girl from Wasilla who, slightly more than a year ago, was virtually unknown and is now on the cover of Newsweek.
 
A purity test could keep thinkers away from the party.
 
Obama's Nobel speech marked the moment he became a leader.
 

© 2010 The Washington Post Company