The Democrat from West Virginia really is a Democrat. But he’s one willing to stand athwart his party’s ambitions, yelling stop. And that gives a lot of cover to other Dems.
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.
Brad Raffensperger, the GOP secretary of state who stood up to the yuge lie in Georgia, is beginning to roll over for it now.
There could never be a probe that meets McCarthy’s desire to pretend the insurrection is long behind us and it’s now time to all get along.
Democracy dies in lies, and so may the minority leader’s dream of ascending to the speakership.
Are the GOP going to let Trump run their party even though he’s reduced to doing a floor show at Mar-a-Lago and writing a blog? Spoiler: Yes they are.
The most dangerous place for a private, she said, isn’t the battlefield but the path to the latrine at night.
How quickly people forget what you actually did while you were in power, so long as you can tell entertaining stories about your enemies.
With recent surges in Britain, India, and Brazil, what makes us think we can eat, pray, and play in the wild?
The doctor had a protected civil service job. She didn’t have to play to an audience of one with alternate facts to stay in Trump’s good graces, but that’s what she did.
While you-know-who was talking up Clorox injections, the Kiwis relied on science. And it worked. Finally so are we. Better late than never.