First 100 Days: Opinions



  • Opinion

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

  • Opinion

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.

  • Opinion

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

  • Opinion

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

  • Opinion

Biden’s improvements to the child tax credit should be made permanent.

The White House’s broadband plan raises all the right questions. Now we need the answers.

Pushing for human rights can get complicated when the offender is your friend.

  • Opinion

The Mountain State can be ground zero for America’s transition to a new, green economy.

  • Opinion

Their small-mindedness is par for the course.

A chat with historian Eric Rauchway about his new book.

  • Opinion

Two recent reports show that the president's jobs bill promises plenty.

  • Opinion

Demands for progressive changes and for removing the SALT deduction cap play into the hands of Trump and the GOP.

  • Opinion

U.S. infrastructure costs more and takes longer to build than it should.

  • Opinion

The new administration can't pay for everything it wants to do just by soaking the rich.

  • Opinion

The Ukraine border tension comes as Vladimir Putin faces his most substantial domestic criticism in several years.

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Maybe paying for the president's infrastructure plan won't be a heavy lift after all.

  • Opinion

The president’s infrastructure program is good policy and smart politics.

The $2 trillion bill could shape the country’s future for generations.

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