The only thing stopping members of Congress from profiting off inside information is ticky-tack fines, and even those are a long shot. The speaker seems just fine with that.
An old rock band can get away with playing the same hits over and over, but provocative clowns like Trump need fresh material to stay relevant.
The president’s popularity continues to plummet, and now he’s likening his political opponents to some terrible people—kind of like Trump did before.
If the party’s leaders can’t keep schools open, communities safe, and citizenship meaningful, what are they good for?
You can’t be your own person and be acceptable to Trump. Trump (and now, Trumpism) demands everything. You’re all in or you’re out.
He marked the anniversary of Jan. 6 by calling the former president who still hasn’t accepted his loss a liar and a loser. It’s about time.
Not long ago, the conservative movement I’ve been a part of for decades was square, wonky, and straitlaced to a fault. Now, it’s weird and warped.
These are people who stood up to their own side, often at great cost, to help this country stay together.
He oozes empathy and decency even as his staff bullies and his administration promises more than it can deliver to every group at every turn.
Instead of giving the voters what they want, Democrats have resorted to blaming voters (and white women in particular) for their losses.