First 100 Days: Opinions



The White House backtracks after abandoning a promise.

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The Biden administration is starting with low-key diplomacy.

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The president deserves praise for making a tough decision.

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The president is also forgetting the disaster he unleashed when in charge of the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq.

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What a difference a new president makes.

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The president's strategy is working — so far.

The sprawling spending package lacks crucial climate policies.

The numbers are a blatant betrayal of his public commitment.

The fourth president to preside over this misbegotten war will finally be the one to end it.

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Just as Democrats redefined “infrastructure,” the president is now trying to redefine “bipartisanship.”

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The U.S. can't afford to be the "indispensable nation" abroad while rebuilding at home.

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President Biden never signed the paperwork to implement his own policy and lift Trump’s restrictions.

The proposal may fall short, but it’s a worthy global goal.

Remember the public option? It'll have to wait.

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The GOP loses if the economy takes off and the covid-19 pandemic ends.

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As the pandemic showed, our personal infrastructure is on the verge of failure too.

The violation of national treasures must stop.

President Biden is right. Too many Americans are dying. Action is needed.

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You don’t sense a “doctrine” so much as a pragmatic mind-set.

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The president is spending big, but his agenda runs in older, familiar ideological grooves.

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