Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Opinion

A conversation with Post columnists.

  • Opinion

Visual artist Robin Bell says his light projections onto the hotel are "mile markers" to remind us: This is not normal.

  • Opinion

All the high rhetoric in his Tuesday speech made Trump an extraordinary hypocrite as well as a calamitous president.

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I’m not sure what the half-life is of the president’s well-enunciated pronouncements. We will know soon enough.

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The president leaned heavily on their stories in his State of the Union address because he didn’t have much else to say.

  • Opinion

Nunes's half-cocked memo won't help Trump -- or get votes.

  • Opinion

Parallels with Bill Clinton's State of the Union two decades ago.

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"I know that's not my party. I know that's not conservatism. I know that's not Republicanism."

  • Opinion

Before the president speaks, Post readers have their say.

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Democrats in 2018 and 2020 will have to determine how to manage the “Clinton problem” rather than try to dispense Clinton magic and goodwill.

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