He is so morally unfit to be president. If he were president of a bank, he’d have been fired ages ago. School principal—fired. Partner of a law firm—fired.
Instead of tying himself to a national movement, gubernatorial hopeful Stephen Smith has taken a relentlessly local approach—and it looks like it’s working.
Sure, he could use ordinary cheating to eke out another narrow Electoral College win and popular vote loss. But he has other cards up his sleeve if that doesn't work out this time.
Suddenly, Republicans are crossing over in unexpected numbers to vote in the Democratic primary in what appears to be the latest sign that suburban women have had enough of Trump.
One of the two major parties in the world’s oldest democracy is against democracy now. They’ll steal the election however they can, with the president leading the charge.
Unite-Here’s members have gone from steady work with dignity in a country where that’s become rarer and rarer to no work at all.
If Biden wins and McConnell is still running the Senate, and the president asks Congress for a few trillion more, the answer will be: Nope, let ’em die. Think of the savings!
Sherrod Brown doesn’t write off red districts. He talks lunch-pail economics with people. He tells them even if you disagree on social issues, I’m here for you on economics.
Reopening things just as we were beginning to maybe get a handle on the pandemic is reckless. It’s immoral. It’s shameful. And beyond all that, it’s just stupid.
I recognize the journalistic and public interest imperative in opening up Biden’s archives in response to Reade’s charges against him. But as a purely political matter, it’s nuts.