Politics
Politics
May 3 2017 3:16 PMBret Stephens Should Take His Own AdviceThe New York Times columnist wants us to be aware of everyone’s ideological intentions, but he’s not.
May 2 2017 9:44 PMThe Danger of Trump’s Civil War IgnoranceThose who don’t understand history are doomed to repeat it.
May 2 2017 3:09 PMTrumpcare in HidingHere are the absurd lengths to which moderate Republicans are going to keep their Trumpcare votes secret.
May 1 2017 8:31 PMThe Righteous Folly of Canceling Your New York Times SubscriptionIt’s an unfair overreaction to a single boneheaded column—but it isn’t necessarily wrong.
April 28 2017 5:54 AMHow Trump Made America Less Secure in 100 DaysHis foreign policy makes no sense, and nearly every military move has been a mistake.
April 27 2017 4:55 PMAmerica Could Look Like North Carolina by 2020. Yikes.Republicans in the Tar Heel State are attacking the courts, the environment, voting rights, protesters, and immigrants. They’re giving us a glimpse of America under four years of Trump.
April 27 2017 1:07 PMWhy Trump Gets a Populist PassThe president’s racial demagoguery makes it easier for the GOP to sell tax giveaways to the wealthy.
April 26 2017 4:26 PMTrump’s First 100 Days, in His Own WordsAll the tweets since Inauguration Day.
April 26 2017 4:23 PM“It’s Been Chaos”How our panel of frustrated Republican voters view Trump’s first 100 days.
April 26 2017 4:21 PMDonald Trump Is a Terrible NegotiatorHe said dealmaking was his greatest strength. One hundred days in, let’s review.
April 26 2017 4:19 PMThe Moderate’s Case Against TrumpYou don’t have to hate Donald Trump to see he is bad at his job.
April 26 2017 6:00 AMAgainst Retweeting Trump’s Old TweetsDon’t succumb to the winsome melodies of the gotcha sirens.
April 24 2017 5:46 PMTrump’s Defining TraitIt’s his insecurity. Why that should frighten us all.
April 24 2017 5:55 AMWe Need a War TaxThe only way for anti-interventionists to succeed is to set specific policy goals.
April 20 2017 6:17 PMNo, There’s Still No Zombie Trumpcare DealThe president is desperate for one, though.
May 3 2017 12:23 PMWhat Is Going On at the Heritage Foundation?And why you should care.
May 2 2017 4:46 PMAn Anonymous White House Official (Who Is Totally Steve Bannon)How to tell who’s leaking what in the Trump administration.
May 2 2017 2:08 PMJimmy Kimmel’s Misguided View of PoliticsThe problem isn’t partisanship; it’s the party that doesn’t believe in providing Americans with health care.
April 28 2017 4:42 PMWhen’s the Vote?At what point will Republicans finally either move on Trumpcare or give up for good?
April 27 2017 6:55 PMSmart Tax Reform Could Save the Flailing Trump PresidencyHere’s what it would look like.
April 27 2017 1:19 PMTrump Could Have Broken the Democratic PartyInstead he embraced Paul Ryan’s cartoonishly plutocratic agenda and wrecked his first 100 days.
April 26 2017 4:46 PMHouse Moderates’ Impossible ChoiceKill the health care bill, or lose your seat.
April 26 2017 4:25 PMDonald Trump Has Made Me Feel More AmericanIt’s not what he intended.
April 26 2017 4:22 PMThe Only Way BackDemocrats must promise to investigate every aspect of the Trump administration, even if it takes decades.
April 26 2017 4:20 PMWho Had the Better First 100 Days?William Henry Harrison, who died on Day 31, or Donald Trump?
April 26 2017 4:18 PMTrump, BoundOn Inauguration Day, the president seemed poised to destroy American democracy. Here are the people and institutions that have kept him in check—for now.
April 25 2017 2:04 PMJames Comey’s Real ProblemIt’s not that he’s partisan. It’s that he’s blind to his own biases, which helped Trump get elected.
April 24 2017 5:27 PMSmooth MoveDonald Trump’s idiotic shutdown threat could destroy his presidency.
April 21 2017 4:33 PMRevisionist Trumpcare HistoryWhy the president, who said last month that he had given up on health care, is blasting the media for saying he gave up on health care.
April 20 2017 5:32 PMDonald Trump Is Sending a MessageWhy the president invited this racist celebrity to the White House.

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