Crowd size, the popular vote and voter fraud continue to get under Trump’s thin skin.
Besides FDR, no other president has seen the economy turn around so dramatically.
Trump will expand his power over the purse to punish his enemies, the author writes.
If the Democrats refuse to play ball, the numbers become stark for the Republicans.
Even voters’ racism must be ignored if we are to avoid a one-party state.
Democrats seem to believe their good manners will be rewarded by voters.
Democrats who try to bargain with Republicans might be played for suckers.
Democrats have been trying for years to get Republicans to spend on infrastructure.
Republicans changed the rules to exclude as many Democratic voters as they could.
Trump's presidency brings the threat of abuses of power not seen since Nixon.
How could they ignore the racism and misogyny that spewed from Trump’s mouth?
It would be a windfall for Wall Street, with little increase in public investment.
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.