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Bright Shining as the Sun

Infused with the spirit of the black church, the Democrats became the party of optimism.

Why Trump’s Pessimistic View of America Resonates With GOP Voters in 2016

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How Khizr Khan Helped the Democrats Take Back Religious Liberty

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Clinton Says We. Trump Says I.

Hillary’s language reveals the way she wants to run the country: the opposite of how her opponent does.

The Ladder

Toward a Unified Theory of the Office Kitchen

It’s where we acknowledge our humanity, for better and for worse.

Trump’s “I” vs. Hillary’s “We”: A Choice Between Two Different Visions of the Presidency

The Best and Worst of Human Nature Are on Display in the Office Kitchen

Tim Kaine Opposes Federally Funded Abortion but Says He’s Pro-Choice. That’s Impossible.

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