Kelly Jane Torrance

Politics

Pelosi caved: what the impeachment rules resolution really means

The House gets egged on Halloween

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Canada’s election exposes its regional fractures

Might separatism become a live issue in Canada for the first time since the 1990s?

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Politics

My ride with Rudy

Three hours on Amtrak with the president’s personal lawyer

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Politics

Kirsten Gillibrand grabs the greasy pole

The New York senator announced her exploratory committee on Stephen Colbert’s show

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Politics

The 116th Congress could be the most unpredictable yet

Nancy Pelosi is just getting started

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Politics

Political tides have made the ‘blue wave’ impossible

The presidential election of 2016 should have taught pundits and politicos not to trust the polls. But the nation’s most highly educated seem to be the slowest to learn

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Politics

Why aren’t Republicans campaigning on the economy? Trump!

It’s seemed strange for months that the president has declined to focus on the good news for which he might take credit

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Politics

When did the conservative moral outrage machine get so quiet?

The Evangelicals who were triggered senseless by the Monica Lewinsky affair have been silent about Trump’s transgressions

By Kelly Jane Torrance

The mad genius of Rudy Giuliani

Is truth truth?

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Middle East

Who gave Mahmoud Ahmedinejad the moral highground?

He tweets about millionaire American athletes while Tehran burns.

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Trade

Yes, the GDP growth is great. But how much of that is down to Trump?

The President is eager to claim economic prosperity as one of his many successes.

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Today’s protests in Iran suggest revolution is brewing

Anyone who supports the struggle for freedom should find the sounds and images coming from Tehran thrilling.

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Politics

How Trump uses women to soften his image on immigration

‘My wife feels strongly about it. I feel strongly about it. Anybody with a heart would feel this way.’

By Kelly Jane Torrance

Could Donald Trump have won without Paul Manafort?

He was far more important to the election than the President makes out

By Kelly Jane Torrance

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