One side defines freedom as the right to go out and make other people sick. The other wears masks because without civic responsibility, freedom quickly descends into chaos.
Even if it happens, whatever the president says will alienate a significant percentage of his own voters.
The president is in a very tight corner again. But he still has some cards to play to try and cheat and win.
Owners have kicked in a bit to help the workers who depend on crowds to earn a living, but the players have not. So much for union solidarity.
He needs everything to be about him, and to divide the rest of the world into winners who love Trump and losers who hate him. And he wants to inflict pain on the losers.
The pre-plague economy is the only substantive argument he’s got. Here’s how Biden takes it apart.
The three most prominent conservative opinion pages have a grand total of one liberal columnist.
In the four months between now and the election, and the two and a half months between the election and the next inauguration, he’s poised to do tremendous damage.
There was plenty that was good in Biden's speech. No, it won't satisfy everyone. But let's argue about that later. The country is on fire.
Trump won’t do anything to reverse his downward slide. He’s incapable of change—but he has no desire to change either.