Trump only just eked out a win, and we should not let anyone forget it.
Trump and the Republicans have every reason to change the rules to stay in power.
Clinton's supposed scandals never amounted to anything.
The young will be stuck with the results of the election for many more years than the rest of us.
Young voters are turned off by Trump, but can’t get excited about Clinton.
Trump and the Republicans have, predictably, overplayed their hand.
Conservatives are obsessed with forcing people to use certain words and phrases.
Poorly worded poll questions set up a plague-on-both-your-houses narrative.
The Republican nominee says his defeat will prove the election was rigged.
Neil Buchanan asks, Where is today’s FDR? Where is Churchill?
Even the people rooting for Clinton are willing to call Trump the winner when he lies with bravado.
Trump stood there and scowled while deciding when to interrupt Clinton next.
Despite all evidence to the contrary, Trump believes that cutting rich people’s taxes will unleash nirvana.
Trump is a 70-year-old schoolyard bully, bragging to everyone that other people are weak.
Trump's default mode is to describe all unwelcome facts as the result of cheating by his opponents.
Clinton is giving aid and comfort to her congressional candidates' enemies to win an election that is already hers to lose.
Social Security and Medicare are props in the relentless morality play about big government's supposed fecklessness.
Trump’s first go at tax policy was merely a scaled-up version of Jeb Bush's ridiculous more-and-bigger-tax-cuts-for-the-rich plan.
Trump supporters are hearing that he only cares about discriminating against non-white Christians.