Trump is at least answering tough questions and letting the public judge. His challenger needs to do the same. It’s the least we deserve from our candidates.
With Trump looking likely to go down hard, any grudging respect is evaporating. He is neither loved nor feared. Soon, he may even be pitied.
Party leaders are openly talking about ending the legislative filibuster, and then using simple majority votes to lock in a permanent political advantage. That’s a dangerous game.
Don’t worry, I’m not voting for Trump. And Biden seems a decent man. But abortion is a deal-breaker for me. And maybe for millions of others, too.
It’s no coincidence that Trump mused about delaying the election on the same morning that the U.S. economy reported by far the worst quarter in American history.
You’d never know it from the media, but Democratic governors have bungled the coronavirus response in their states just about as badly as Republicans have.
If, in fact, Donald Trump loses, we’ll have dodged a bullet. But he won’t be the last president who wants dictatorial powers. How do we rein the next one in?
I know. But she’s smart, and when it comes to learning about political knife-fighting, it sure can’t hurt to have grown up in Dick Cheney’s house.
They’re cowards, and it’s tempting to want to punish them. But I still want enough Republicans in there next year to counter President Biden.
Brad Parscale screwed up in Tulsa. But... the bad polls are his fault? Doesn't seem likely. Trump's problem is Trump.