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Trump's Rally Cry Feb. 28, 2020

Daily Editorials

What a week's it's already been. The coronavirus is spreading in Asia and has moved into Europe, dis... Read More

Trump's Rally Cry Feb. 27, 2020

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

What a week's it's already been. The coronavirus is spreading in Asia and has moved into Europe, dis... Read More

No Centrists in the Democratic Primaries Feb. 12, 2020

Tim Graham

On Sunday, The Washington Post editorial page led with a dramatic and rarely uttered fact check. The... Read More

A Sanders Sweep? Jan. 31, 2020

Michael Barone

The old becomes the new. It's less than a week from of the Iowa caucuses, and Bernie Sanders, born i... Read More

Democrats Should Put an End to Caucuses Jan. 16, 2020

Froma Harrop

"It is quite astonishing to see with what deadpan and neutral a tone our press and television report... Read More

Biden Claims He Marched To Protest Segregation; Where's the Proof? Dec. 12, 2019

Larry Elder

Former Vice President Joe Biden remains the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination ... Read More

What Team Sanders Should Do Now May. 10, 2016

Froma Harrop

Bernie Sanders is almost certainly not going to be the Democratic nominee. Though he retains a devot... Read More

Republicans Should Have Adopted Democrats' Rules -- and Vice Versa May. 03, 2016

Michael Barone

The unexpected successes, forecast by almost no one 12 months ago, of Donald Trump and Bernie Sander... Read More

Why Superdelegates Count Mar. 25, 2016

Susan Estrich

Every time I see a tally of the delegate race that excludes so-called "superdelegates," I have to la... Read More

Sanders Must Level With His Young Voters Mar. 01, 2016

Froma Harrop

What happened in the South Carolina primary? Bernie Sanders was asked. "We got decimated, that's wha... Read More

Some Sage Advice for Hillary Clinton Feb. 11, 2016

Froma Harrop

I come not to rebuke Hillary Clinton, who remains by far the most capable presidential candidate. I ... Read More

15 Questions in Search of a Democratic Debate Dec. 24, 2015

Larry Elder

1) Polls show that, by a large margin, Americans feel we're on the wrong track, both economically an... Read More

Biden Decision Leaves Both Parties in Disarray Oct. 23, 2015

Michael Barone

Joe Biden has made it official: He is not running for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. I... Read More

Democrats' Debate: No Solution for Economic Inequality, No Interest in Economic Growth Oct. 20, 2015

Michael Barone

You may not have noticed, but Lincoln Chafee, the erstwhile Republican U.S. senator and Independent-... Read More

Post-Debate Questions for the Democrat Candidates Oct. 15, 2015

Laura Hollis

There are so many responses one might have to the fallacies and fictions spouted at Tuesday evening'... Read More

Time to Go, Joe, Into the Autumn Light Sep. 18, 2015

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — Strange thing passing, but Joe Biden's river of tears over his son Beau, who pass... Read More

Could Hillary Clinton Lose? Aug. 07, 2015

Susan Estrich

The chattering class, fed by the drumbeat of conservatives and the criticism of look-alike Republica... Read More

The Politics of Normality Aug. 04, 2015

William Murchison

Joe? For president? Yes, that Joe. As in, this weekend the New York Times ran an article with the ... Read More