The pursuit of the truth seemed to be subordinate to the objectives of a few members of the media, who provided ample fodder for the president's constant criticisms of "fake news."
The president's trip appears to have been something of a triumph, even in the eyes of his typical detractors.
It's a strategy that makes sense ahead of the 2020 election.
Pelosi and others dismissed Trump’s threat to abandon bipartisan legislation if the investigations continue as it a temper tantrum. Maybe. Or maybe we it was an incredible act of political jujutsu.
Switching to vaping can help smokers quit altogether. The FDA shouldn’t be fighting them. It should be helping.
Will we stand by, as we did in Hungary, or intervene if forces loyal to Maduro begin arresting and executing people en masse?
The future of free elections and our system of government may depend on it.
Efforts like the one led by Alyssa Milano may backfire in a big way.
The folks leading Trump’s defense will do well to remember they did not just win the war. They may not even have won the battle.
Conservatives seem to have replaced principled debate with fear-mongering—but they need a much more comprehensive set of ideas to move ahead.
Washington is the model of the citizen-statesman that most every one of those who followed him into the nation’s highest office has sought to emulate.
The same is true of GOP Rep. Steve King—If nothing else, resigning as congressman to save your state's Senate seat should be a no-brainer.
Trump will be far tougher to beat in 2020 than in 2016.
The lazy trope of Conservatives hating fun, women, and women having fun was all too easy for liberal media to fall back on.
The partisan divide faithfully reflects the stark political choices facing Americans—and that's probably for the best.