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Shutting Down the Government Dec. 17, 2018

Daily Editorials

Here we go again. President Trump continues to insist he will force a government shutdown if he does... Read More

Senate Rebuke of Trump Dec. 14, 2018

Linda Chavez

In what may be the most stunning rebuke to date of the Trump presidency, the Senate voted Thursday &... Read More

A Record Number Of Women in Congress Could Mean a Sea Change on Health Care Dec. 12, 2018

Daily Editorials

In January, America will seat a record number of women in Congress. It's an encouraging trend, but o... Read More

The Coming Collision Dec. 11, 2018

William Murchison

With Nick Ayers' withdrawal as prospective chief of staff to the president, the way opens for a cand... Read More

Political Potshots Have Always Packed Punch Dec. 05, 2018

The Word Guy

If you think today's political insults are nasty, consider these mud bombs hurled at Presidents Ulys... Read More

Making the Most of a Lame-Duck Session Dec. 03, 2018

Daily Editorials

The period after midterm elections often are filled with a flurry of bills and resolutions filed on ... Read More

Trump Is Crazy. Invoke the 25th. Nov. 30, 2018

Ted Rall

Never mind the policies. Donald Trump should be removed from office under the 25th Amendment. The re... Read More

The Great Shake-Up Nov. 29, 2018

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

After the 2012 election, I had one wish: that the back of the Republican establishment would be brok... Read More

Populism Is Not About Mobs, Anti-Government Rants or Opinion Polls Nov. 28, 2018

Jim Hightower

If a political pollster asked whether I consider myself a conservative or a liberal, I'd answer, "No... Read More

Welcome Change of Tone by Trump on Criminal Justice Reform Nov. 27, 2018

Daily Editorials

Our suspicious side tells us President Donald Trump must be up to something. He's playing the public... Read More

Eyes on the Progressives Nov. 27, 2018

William Murchison

Says the cartoon boxer, lying flat on the canvas, to the towering, glowering brute who put him there... Read More

Facebook's Hardball Tactics After Russian Hacking Merit Congressional Probe Nov. 22, 2018

Daily Editorials

Since its creation 14 years ago in a Harvard dorm room, Facebook has become a social media platform ... Read More

An Alternative to the Status Quo Nov. 22, 2018

Erick Erickson

Had John C. Fremont not run as a Republican in 1856, there would probably would have been no Lincoln... Read More

Alarmist Nonsense Should Not Stop Sentencing Reform: Modest Changes in First Step Act Are No Threat to Public Safety Nov. 21, 2018

Jacob Sullum

The federal sentencing reforms that Donald Trump endorsed last week could shorten the terms of 2,700... Read More

Problems Abound for Both Sides Nov. 16, 2018

Erick Erickson

Both political parties in Washington can look at last week's election results and find encouragement... Read More

Will the Real Attorney General Please Stand Up? Nov. 15, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last week's surprise forced resignation of Jeff Sessions as attorney general of the United States se... Read More

Happy Warrior Nov. 15, 2018

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

The midterms are over, and speculation about the 2020 presidential race has already started. Preside... Read More

Election 2018 in Context: A Political System Out of Sync with the Nation It's Supposed to Serve Nov. 15, 2018

Scott Rasmussen

In the wake of Election 2018, analysts have delved deeply into a seemingly limitless supply of data ... Read More

What the GOP Did Wrong in 2018 Nov. 15, 2018

Dick Morris

The Republicans lost control of the House largely because they had the wrong campaign strategy. Demo... Read More

Keep Calm, Florida, and Count On Nov. 14, 2018

Daily Editorials

It's been about 18 years since the nation focused on a massive recount story and asked, "What the he... Read More