Democratic Populism That Can WinIn Virginia, Tom Perriello’s focus on black voters could make him succeed where Bernie Sanders failed.
Trumpcare Is on the MarchSenate Republicans are down to the nitty-gritty. Passing a bill could be next.
The Real Scandal Is Still RussiaDonald Trump is trying to give the Russians everything they want. That’s scarier than his possible obstruction of justice.
James Comey Came PreparedFrom the moment Comey met Trump, he understood the man and started building his case.
Who Needs Rule of Law?In denying President Trump’s abuse of power, Republicans have chosen party over country.
James Comey Is Not AloneThe press, anonymous sources, and public testimony have all converged to corroborate the former FBI director’s story about Donald Trump.
The Senate Hasn’t Given Up on Trumpcare YetOne day after doomsaying, Republican Senators are now optimistic about Trumpcare.
Who’s Afraid of a Clinton Voter?We’re expected to understand the rage of Trump’s supporters but not the anguish of the 66 million who voted against him.
The Rise of Fake News on the LeftRead a Trumpcast discussion about Louise Mensch and the erosion of journalistic standards.
What We Have UnleashedThis year’s string of brutal hate crimes is intrinsically connected to the rise of Trump.
Collusion Is CoolThat’s the message the Trump administration has been sending since news broke of Jared Kushner’s contacts with the Russians.
The New York Times Is Wrong to Fire Its WatchdogLiz Spayd made the role of public editor seem dispensable. It wasn’t.
President LoserDonald Trump thinks he can fix his presidency with a new communications team. He is deluded.
The Senate’s Big SecretWhy Mitch McConnell and his fellow GOP senators don’t want anyone to see their health care bill.
The Meaning of HopeRepublicans are resting their defense of President Trump on one word and zero context.
Bret Stephens and the Art of the Concern TrollThe dirty rhetorical trick behind the New York Times columnist’s façade of reasonableness.
“It’s an Attack on Democracy”The White House decision to reject any and all Democratic oversight requests is an unprecedented act of nullification.
Putin Wins AgainTrump’s contemptuous exit from the Paris accord is good for one country, and it’s not the United States.
Donald Trump Is Turning Us All Into Boring PunditsOur pitiful, embarrassing attempts to explain the news to each other.
The Planet’s Loss Is Trump’s GainPulling America out of the climate accord serves his short-term needs. To him, that’s all that matters.
We the VictimsTrump’s Paris accord speech projected his own psychological issues all over the American people.
Will We Ever Have a Woman as President?Hillary Clinton’s defeat galvanized Democratic women. But along with the trauma of her loss is the dread of repeating it.
Games Before RecessHow the latest stupid, pointless debt ceiling confrontation is going to play out.
Too Czmart for His Own GoodVladimir Putin may look like a genius for aligning himself with Donald Trump. He’s not.