For both Biden and Trump, the inability to rein in their administrations from pursuing partisan goals over the will of a majority of Americans is the recipe that has allowed for much of the chaos now afflicting our political system.
Complex conversations and breaking out of the current silos just might generate a new synthesis and forge new coalitions.
We need to remind ourselves of America's higher purpose.
President-elect Joe Biden received the first of two COVID-19 vaccine doses on Monday.
"The Biden-Harris cabinet, it will be historic," the President-elect said, promising a Cabinet that "looks like America, that taps into the best of America."
The Georgia Republican Party is offering to pay for the airfare, hotel and other travel expenses for volunteers from other states.
Even if the president has the power to pardon himself, he shouldn't exercise it.
The beauty of an unfolding political realignment in which so much is in flux is that there may well be more Venn diagram overlap than meets the eye.
Legislators ought to vote 'no' on the MORE Act now before Congress.
A free society depends upon the ability of its citizens to think freely.
With two months until the election, it's time to start giving voters a reason to vote for Democrats, rather than against Donald Trump.
Democrats' identity politics obsession only fosters further disunity and stokes further discord for an already divided nation.
The president would be wise to follow the Gipper's lead.