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.
Neil Buchanan writes that Trump believes Mexican immigrants robbed him of his rightful landslide.
Neil Buchanan writes that the Trump administration is ignominiously split on what to do.
Neil Buchanan writes that the Dems had to choose between chasing Trump voters and its core progressive principles.
If Trump gets away with flouting the law, the very foundation of our society, the rule of law, is fatally undermined.
The Republican alternative to the Obamacare fine for non-participants is Big Brother government too.
Neil Buchanan writes that Republicans long ago decided they are willing to utter lies. Worse, they concluded that there was no downside.
Neil Buchanan explains why flat tax proposals, national sales tax plans, and on and on are red herrings.
Trump is making us villains abroad and gratuitously cruel at home.
Every tax proposal Republicans have suggested would take us in the wrong direction.
Is this the end of DUI?
The overwhelming evidence shows that tax cuts do not increase economic growth.
Obama used the Clean Air Act's provisions to allow the EPA to create the Clean Power Plan.
Why do they not hear the mafia threat Trump made to Comey?
Trump's budget would end programs that support poor students.
The lawyers appear to be wanting to say, "Well, we didn't technically lie."