Democrats are starting to look with a more benignant eye upon the official they once loved to despise
Donald Trump, peacemaker?
Should we believe Trump’s former business partner?
He talks a big game about the nation state, but will he lift a finger to help one of his most significant allies secure justice for its citizens?
The president has more than unfavorable polls to worry about
Imagine waking up each day, knowing that a strong empowered woman was in the White House
Chris Hughes’s attack on his co-founder won’t stop the spread of misinformation
It isn’t going to be Vladimir Putin who swings the 2020 election. It might be Xi Jinping
The president has riled up the very senators he may need to save him
Most Americans now believe it is ‘healthier’ to unleash their negative feelings than to bottle them up
Foreign hackers have broken codes that are integral to the effectiveness of satellites
There is no market on the right or the identity-politics left for what anti-populist Republicans are advertising
‘Aid’ is a strangely euphemistic term to describe high-powered anti-tank missiles, grenade launchers, and sniper rifles
The issue of his taxes could also prove even more potent than Ukrainegate
The ruling class still believes in a consensus that doesn’t exist. Their legitimacy is vanishing
If there’s a rake in the Rose Garden, Trump will step on it
Social media is turning democracy into a joke
A 2016 election 2.0 would be a dream come true for Trump
Trump will dispense with Giuliani’s services in a heartbeat if he determines that he can transform him into the new Michael Cohen
Compare the anodyne narrative of the transcript to the mad impeachment hysteria that has addled the brains of the anti-Trump sorority in the Democratic party
Democrats are so fixated on bringing Trump down that they continue to ignore why he was elected in the first place
Does the strangely vague certainty ring any bells?
Her actions make it more difficult for the administration to defy Democratic subpoenas
Another week, another pseudo-scandal
I married a politician. But my identity is not defined by my husband