The midterms follow a predictable pattern, which offers no guide to presidential contests. Why pretend otherwise?
Americans are more eager than ever to get results right
The CNN man gets to amplify his role as victim of a nefarious administration
Did the President’s wife break the glass ceiling?
Pelosi will most likely keep the speaker’s gavel. But she is being left behind by the new-look Democratic Party
Trump should go back to his roots with Chuck and Nancy
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The Democrats have yet to adapt to a political world where Obama is no longer the big, bright sun of the political universe
Does the President know Matt Whitaker?
It’s time to ditch the Paul Ryan legislative agenda and play nice with Nancy
In defense of third-party voters
Kellyanne’s husband calls Matthew Whitaker a ‘nobody’ who has been appointed at Trump’s whim
I have at times wondered whether Jim Acosta pays the president a retainer for making him such a recognizable figure
The many declines and falls of the American Empire
Liberals and conservatives alike have every reason to jelly this President in an immobilizing aspic
The gains suggest that Trump’s victory in 2016 was not a fluke
It’s the culture wars, stupid
The effort to Make America Great Again will continue, just a little more slowly and circuitously than it would have done had the Republicans held the house
The President pulled out the stops to keep the Senate – and he has reason to gloat here, as he already is
Compared to 1994, 2006, and 2010, this would appear a tamer reaction to an embattled president
The Democrats are now in the majority on committees with subpoena power
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
It was the beginning of the end for the Left in 2016 and DeSantis and Scott are doing well in the early going. Redux?
Trump is so divisive that the networks couldn’t agree on who he was dividing
She is testing the theory of appealing to the mythical moderate suburban Republican