Election 2020: Opinions



  • Opinion

Does anyone really believe he can decide a case involving Joe Biden impartially?

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In contrast to the current president, the former vice president hasn’t abandoned the notion of American leadership.

Florida’s call for an investigation is another brazen attempt to scare people from going to the polls.


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This might not even be close.

If passed, districts would have to be redrawn in plain sight, not out of sight of the public.

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Your oath is to the Constitution.

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Our republic’s best defense against Trump might well be Trump himself.

The best candidates to guide the District through challenging times.

Iraq is the place where a U.S.-Iran confrontation could explode in the next few weeks, creating an “October surprise.”

Google just took new steps to limit the damage. Facebook is still lagging.

Finally, the court has become more important to Democrats' votes than to Republicans'.

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The decision that may well determine America’s fate is not somewhere down the road in a land of hypotheticals. It is before Romney, right now.

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Unemployment is being dragged down by a few poor-performing states, almost entirely run by Democrats.

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Tuesday’s faceoff is likely to be an onstage spectacle.

  • Opinion

Don’t let democracy burn to the ground.

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The political tide has told one story relentlessly for the entire year.

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I might have to do something about it, if I thought it.

  • Opinion

If Trump picks Cuban American Barbara Lagoa for the high court, it would be another key indicator that he is connecting with Florida Latinos in a way that Joe Biden is not.

  • Lizette Alvarez
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If you gave your life savings to Trump University, you'll love the Trump health care plan.

How a Republican former speaker could benefit from a Joe Biden victory in November.

  • Mark J. Rozell
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