Every Republican who voted with Trump placed their allegiance to a man over their allegiance to the country, and the constitution
He might think himself the next Bill Clinton, but he’s probably the next John Edwards
Can anyone win the 2020 Democratic primary without destroying their chances in the general election?
Talk of ‘Jexodus’ may be premature, but allegations of Democratic anti-Semitism will not stop
If you’re paying to gain foreign influence, shouldn’t you buy off someone with...power?
Out with it, already
The lawyers disagree
‘We’re getting into a situation when our friends and allies around the world that we depend upon are going to lack confidence in us’
Beyond hating the president, the party has little to offer. That needs to change if they want success in 2020
The new generation of Democratic activists have views towards the Jewish state that are at best ambivalent, at worst hostile
A party and a civilization in moral decline
His apparently native intelligence may be a hoax. He's getting schooled.
Any major Democratic figure other than Clinton might have won, and all other Republicans other than Trump might have likely lost
The Democrats still can’t bring themselves to reclaim their blue-collar base from Trump
The House Judiciary chairman is prepping for Mueller disappointment. Sadly for him, Americans aren’t tired of winning
Whether Trump can redirect billions towards his border wall will be voted on in a separate Senate measure later this month
Did he really only discover his family history in 2017?
The term ‘kayfabe’ has never been more apt
How do you derogate someone who has already confessed to swimming happily in Trump’s swampy waters?
His oily opening statement is a tissue of pointless allegations and breathless insinuations
What an awesome line-up! Check out the schedule here
The most promising avenue of inquiry may be Trump’s business dealings, if that’s even the appropriate word
For decades, Chicago has held its elections in February precisely because it is cold, often snowy, and hard to get to the polls
The State Senate are trying to require a presidential candidate to release five years’ of tax returns in exchange for a place on the New Jersey ballot