Neil Buchanan writes that Republicans are hell bent on delivering huge windfalls to their mega-patrons.
Whatever they pass, they’ll call it ‘reform’ and Trump will call it ‘tremendous.’
The gun control debate has raised the question of loyalty of government employees. Would soldiers join an insurrection?
What if Trump is impeached and convicted, but refuses to leave office?
Neil Buchanan asks, Where were the moderates? Siding with the other Republicans to give Wall Street a big win.
Neil Buchanan writes that not only do three percent of the people own half the guns, but they are largely fervent Trump supporters.
Neil Buchanan writes that behavioral economists have shown people "consistently behave in ways that defy economic theory."
Neil Buchanan writes that Trump’s dishonesty is a continuation of a strategy of lying Republicans have been honing for years.
Neil Buchanan writes that the Constitution is wholly consistent with limiting or banning all kinds of arms and prohibiting the bearing of legal guns.
Neil Buchanan writes that the U.S. tax system may be far from perfect, but it is good enough.
There is a strangely non-adversarial relationship between the mainstream press and the Trump/Republican tax cutters.
Articles refer to the estate tax in a way that makes it seem even less generous than it already is.
Neil Buchanan writes that policies directly addressing income and wealth inequality are being resisted.
Neil Buchanan writes that some conservatives say people are not responsible for their moral turpitude. Liberals made them do it!
Neil Buchanan writes that given how little power Dems have right now, it’s surprising they would give up the one powerful tool they possess.
Trump’s pardoning of Arpaio reveals a failure of Arizona voters to punish corruption under their noses.
Neil Buchanan suggests the Republicans would have been better off if they had helped Trump lose.
Neil Buchanan writes that on policy matters, reporters give Trump a pass and treat him as perfectly normal.
Neil Buchanan writes that Trump egged on his people with racism and bigotry. Clinton voters were right to be uncomfortable
Neil Buchanan writes that even when he is on script, it is obvious he is off message.