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The only way to escape the cycle is to break apart the hyperpartisan two-party duopoly.
Wait for the next big reveal in this reality show spectacle.
Instead, we have to live with the consequences of the president’s provocations.
The real reason they don’t want to talk about guns: Overwhelming majorities disagree with them.
The guys I came up with in the South would never boo a former American prisoner of war.
Trump’s overture to Democrats enrages the talk-right. But his base sticks with him.
He’s not the first president to lose his allure over time, but he is the most radical example of the phenomenon.
President Trump’s daughter and son-in-law may be working hard, but they shouldn’t be running the White House.
When the GOP dies, the two-party duopoly that has strangled American politics for almost two centuries will finally end, too.
He should have quit while he was behind.