Monthly Archives: November 2017

  • Opinion

The morally bankrupt Federalist piece exposes the problems with the subtler excuses for sending Moore to the Senate.

  • Opinion

There is a stark divide between the governing aspect of the Trump presidency and the tabloid aspect. Assuming tax reform passes in the Senate, these two worlds will have been proven capable of coexisting — at least so far.

  • Opinion

We're discussing that and more on this week’s edition of The Washington Post Opinions roundup, “It’s Only Thursday.”

  • Opinion

I like to say that I’m my own harshest critic. But that is not true.

  • Opinion

Christopher Ruddy's defense comparing Trump to JFK makes no sense.

  • Opinion

Trump insulted the indigenous population by throwing around “Pocahontas” as a derogatory term for an imagined generic American Indian.

  • Opinion

Each day, he finds a way to strip the presidency and the American people of their dignity.

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“Look, I always have been reserved and had my guard up, and those days are over,” she told me. “I’m not going anywhere.”

  • Opinion

Republicans appear ready to pass a bill and are hopeful they will reap the economic and political benefits before next year’s election.

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I just can’t let Israel’s Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely get away with her slur against American Jews and their relationship with Israel.

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