President Trump. It is not just a punchline to me anymore.
You can read other recaps of Sunday’s NBC faceoff in South Carolina, but none of them will be this short or this sarcastic.
The only kind of grades these people deserve.
A viewer looking for a genuine contest of ideas during Obama’s appearance Thursday night found instead a set of stock characters—what the network hoped would be good television.
2015 provided reasons to believe that America never stopped being great.
The catfight that wasn’t still provided plenty of surreal moments. Martin O’Malley was there too.
A debate about foreign policy in which no actual treaties were discussed. A debate about the most dangerous threats to America and no discussion of home-grown terrorists. A debate about national security that didn’t delve into the costs of war. A nonsensical debate demands a surrealist scorecard.
Columns written about the Planned Parenthood shooting were still being published as the San Bernardino killers began firing. Here’s a proposal: Let’s stop writing about them.
Thanksgiving is the rarest of holidays: a celebration of appreciation.
You get to determine how history remembers the United States’ response.