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."
Clinton was going to be savaged no matter what, including by liberals and her own party.
For them to have any serious chance in 2018 and 2020, Trump needs to remain in the picture.
The New York Times is trying to "understand" Trump, as if journalism were some kind of group therapy.
That the explosions have not yet all happened does not mean that the fuses have not been lit.
Government investment would give workers and contractors more money to spend.
Even if Trump actually did release his tax returns, the Democrats win.
Tax reform is difficult because everyone likes the tax provisions that favor them.
It must be exhausting for Republicans to have to remember so many alternative facts.
Those who believe in the miraculous effects of supply-side tax cuts represent the triumph of faith over reason.
Fake moderates McCain and Collins showed their fraudulent commitment to Senate traditions.
Running for president as a leader wrongly blamed for Donald Trump’s failures is a good start.