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Jacob Heilbrunn is the editor of the National Interest and the author of They Knew They Were Right: The Rise of the Neocons. He is a contributing editor of The Spectator.
How costly is the Texas senator’s trip to Cancun?
By Jacob Heilbrunn
Which is the bigger long-term risk for Republican senators?
Remain unmoved to the songs on Lifeline and you’re made of much sterner stuff
Trump’s reputation will not
The Democrats have sanctioned a new round of impeachment
Achievement unlocked: American carnage
’Tis the season for collectible vinyl
As Biden secures the Electoral College votes, Trump’s AG ‘resigns’
Barr has abandoned the quest for the fabled voter fraud that has so preoccupied Trump ever since the evening of November 3
The revolution is devouring its children
In a sense, Trump gets off scot-free if he loses
There will be no resurrection
Gone is any focus on Barrett’s personal life. Discussion of her fervent religious beliefs are verboten
As his coronavirus-stricken advisers fall by the wayside like flies, Trump plots his return to the Oval Office
The President is as allergic to pursuing any serious legislation as he is to paying his taxes
Ted Cruz’s moment in the sun
How will Trump leave office?
America survived the Trump presidency
To convict or not to convict
Trump is the gravedigger of the GOP
Songs of freedom
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