Complexity benefits the wealthy. Streamlining systems makes them fairer.

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The road of history has always moved forward. Have hope that it will continue to do so.

Republicans were burned for attempting to repeal Obamacare. Yet, here they go again.

The "authoritarianism" label is too messy to be useful.

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Foes of Trump and Brexit share a similarity: the impression of a cosmopolitan class eager to overturn the results of a populist vote.

To Republicans and Benjamin Netanyahu, it’s only anti-Semitism when it comes from the left.

The president and his administration seem to be looking for ways to inflict wounds on themselves.

The Mueller investigation is finished, but don’t expect a holiday from the hostilities.

Demographics matter. Political parties ignore them at their own risk.

Thou shalt not take Paul Volcker's name in vain.

And the special counsel helped to nail it down.

We have no idea yet what the peak of the Trump presidency will be, but the Mueller report won't be much of a valley.

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The sooner the left stops waiting for someone else to stop Trump, the sooner it can articulate a viable alternative to him.

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The Mueller report is letting the American people and Congress decide what to make of the facts.

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The guns that kill most people aren't the ones that stir up the strongest reactions.

Movies like “Us” upend our expectations of what a villain looks like.

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Robert Kagan got it wrong.

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President Donald Trump listens to a question as he speaks with reporters before boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House, Friday, March 22, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) (Evan Vucci / AP)
President Donald Trump listens to a question as he speaks with reporters before boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House, Friday, March 22, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) (Evan Vucci / AP)
Courts have allowed prosecution for obstruction that aimed to protect friends or family.
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Some people are responding to what we know now with rationalizations that make them sound a lot like QAnon believers.

Only by the extremely high standard of Watergate was it anticlimactic.

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Courts have allowed prosecution for obstruction that aimed to protect friends or family.

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Without reading the full document, we don’t know what he learned during his investigation.

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I am more qualified to be a Fed governor than Stephen Moore. That should scare you.

How can we learn from debacles like Theranos when we’re so busy debating turtlenecks and makeup?

How the Chinese translation could be used to skew an agreement.

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Without access to political rights, violence becomes a crucial tool in the fight for freedom.

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Maryland’s future requires a strong Prince George’s County. Now is the time to invest in our future.

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Gov. Hogan can transform Maryland’s transportation system into one that is modern, reliable, multi-modal and regional and that serves the needs of all residents in an environmentally sustainable manner.

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High property taxes drive away people, investment and opportunities.

  • Steve H. Hanke, Stephen J.K. Walters
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The city needs policy changes that address disparate policing and over-incarceration.

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Arts brings people — and their money — to a community.

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