Conservatives keep accusing their opponents of doing things that many of their own stars have already been accused (and sometimes convicted) of doing.
Margaret Carlson is a columnist for the Daily Beast. She was formerly the first woman columnist at Time magazine, a columnist at Bloomberg View, a weekly panelist on CNN’s “Capital Gang” and managing editor at the New Republic.
The former Alaska governor has been a comic spectacle since she last ran for office in 2008, but she could end up replacing the late Rep. Don Young.
Sanctions that strip Russia’s kleptocrats of their wealth and status could spark a rebellion against Putin.
Donald Trump loves a winner but his favored candidates for the 2022 midterms are far from being champions.
Nikki Haley said she’s “not a fan of Republicans going against Republicans.” That must be news to the GOP members who dared to stand against Trump’s attempt to steal an election.
Guns are more dangerous than cars. That’s why it’s time to require insurance for firearms.
The Supreme Court, the Jan. 6 committee, New York’s attorney general, and a raft of lawsuits must have Trump feeling like the walls are closing in.
Republicans at least know how to do propaganda. Democrats don’t seem capable of more than reading blindly and blandly from prepared remarks
And no one seems to be in much of a rush to try to fix it.
The senator is blaming the president’s staff and the staff is blaming him, but, significantly, the two men are still talking directly to each other.