Election 2020: Opinions



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A galling instant pivot to attack mode after not acknowledging the election results.

After Mohsen Fakhrizadeh's killing, Biden can start by condemning both political assassinations and state hostage-taking.

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Republicans' "socialism" attack doesn’t explain the results.

  • Debbie Mucarsel-Powell
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The media has earned the derision it gets.

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In the weeks that have passed since the election, he has already given us his farewell address.

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Trump’s unconscionable actions might lay the groundwork for politically motivated violence.

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Social pressure is known to be strongest in small communities, where people are more likely to gossip about their neighbors’ virtues and vices.

  • Ariel Procaccia
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The organizing principle of Republican politics hasn't changed in 50 years.

  • Cornell Belcher
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An inauguration as fraught as FDR's

  • Richard Norton Smith
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Trump will be gone, but those Democratic losses are worrisome. Why did they happen?

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White women are not a swing voting bloc.

  • Lyz Lenz
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Taking the soon-to-be-ex-president to court may well be justified, but the consequences could further inflame an already divided country.

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Continuity will be the watchword when it comes to China.

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Political coverage must be rebalanced.

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Some numbers of importance to the outgoing administration.

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This is a China unlike anything Biden’s team has ever seen.

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A new survey shows a majority of voters want Republicans to control the Senate. Really?

Their sacrifice has not been requited by the national leadership they deserve, but they continue to serve.

Democrats should be hoping he remains the de facto head of the GOP.

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