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Marc Thiessen writes a twice-weekly column for The Post on foreign and domestic policy and contributes to the PostPartisan blog. He is a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and the former chief speechwriter for President George W. Bush.
Despite the alleged victim’s admitted uncertainty and the failure of a single witness to back her story, the New Yorker published an uncorroborated account.
The current information about the allegation against Brett Kavanaugh should not be enough to derail his nomination.
Many worried he would usher in a new age of American isolationism. That hasn’t happened.
The International Criminal Court is a hindrance to democratic change.
With a highly partisan speech, Barack Obama demeans the presidency rather than the current president.
When you go from advising to subverting the president, you are no longer defending democracy; you are subverting it.
If he can’t be presidential when the occasion demands it, he may end up being a successful president — but never a great president.
Their defense of Bill Clinton during the 1990s makes it hypocritical of Democrats to think about removing Trump over his personal peccadilloes.
If Viganò is right, it means the corruption in the Catholic Church has reached not just the highest levels of Roman Curia but the papacy itself.
No American president to date has so honored the insurgents' sacrifice as Donald Trump did this week.