First 100 Days: Opinions



Officials are leaning too hard on the idea that migrants shouldn't come.

Both his actions and his words are important.

Vanita Gupta and Kristen Clarke, tapped for top jobs at Justice, become targets.

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The moves the new administration is making are an improvement. More is needed.

After four years of decline, can America again be a beacon?

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In dealing with Iran and Saudi Arabia, Biden shows he is just as tough as Trump — but far smarter.

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LGBTQ advocates have a historic shot at federal rights protections.

  • Jonathan Rauch
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The new administration can learn from the mistakes of its predecessors.

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Instead of making poverty more painful, they could promote ways to make jobs more accessible, available and rewarding.

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We've come a long way since 1789. The president should be able to pick his own staff.

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The OMB nominee is a loyal and, yes, sometimes combative Democrat, but she cares far more about policy than politics.

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Lecturing Egypt about human rights from afar won’t help anything.

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Some domestic extremists cite the First Amendment to disguise their attempts to engage in violence. Inciting others to commit violent acts is a crime.

  • Alejandro N. Mayorkas
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What really must sting about Tanden’s tweets is not that they were mean, but that, for the most part, they were true.

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Biden nominees surpass virtually every Trump nominee in experience and character.

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The incoming attorney general should follow Justice Department guidelines.

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Senators should think about how this could affect a future GOP president’s nominees.

It will be difficult to rebuild an alliance after the past administration’s missteps.

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The president speaks the language of civic religion.

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The attorney general nominee sent a clear message to the violent white supremacists who thrived during the Trump years.

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