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Oh, Sure, It's the Democrats Who Have a Problem Feb. 13, 2020

Connie Schultz

The laziest and most common campaign story right now is a version of the following: "The Democrats ... Read More

Iowa's Caucus Crisis Is a Reminder That Confidence in Democracy Is Paramount Feb. 07, 2020

Daily Editorials

Once again, the integrity of America's election system is in question after the breakdown of Iowa's ... Read More

After the Iowa Caucuses Disaster, Let's Bring Back the Smoke-Filled Room Feb. 06, 2020

Steve Chapman

This year's Iowa caucuses were a pratfall shackled to a debacle and wrapped inside a horror. The fai... Read More

Protecting the President Oct. 12, 2019

Susan Estrich

As the House opens its impeachment inquiry, even as new polls — from Fox News, no less —... Read More

Bernie Sanders Needs a Shot of Dignity Aug. 15, 2019

Froma Harrop

I have never been a big fan of Bernie Sanders. His authoritarian tendencies and aggressive attacks o... Read More

The Democratic Circus Mar. 15, 2019

Linda Chavez

It is only March 2019, and I am already sick of the 2020 presidential campaign. Granted, not much is... Read More

Time for Democratic Pushback on Radicals Feb. 14, 2019

Froma Harrop

Outsize attention has been paid to outlier Democrats making outrageous remarks. They are a small han... Read More

A Polarized Public? No. A Polarizing System Jul. 06, 2017

Steve Chapman

American politics is a bicycle with a rusty chain, flat tires and no brakes. It's broken, and it's n... Read More

How Trump Made Small-Town America Matter Again Feb. 24, 2017

Salena Zito

The first time Donald J. Trump stepped onstage in Pennsylvania in April 2016 at the Farm Show Comple... Read More

What About Bernie? Jul. 06, 2016

Susan Estrich

It's strange how it happens almost overnight. One day, you've got television crews crowding for posi... Read More

Trump Pivoting Away From Tabloid-Style Campaigning Jun. 24, 2016

Michael Barone

Donald Trump is the latest proof that the campaign always reflects the candidate and that the candid... Read More

A Moment in History Jun. 08, 2016

Susan Estrich

It wasn't a very big-deal election in California, to say the least. I think one person asked me if I... Read More

California Counts for Nothing. Again Jun. 01, 2016

Susan Estrich

I got my absentee ballot in the mail, which reminded me: We have an election next Tuesday. The excit... Read More

Should 'Never Trump' People Get Over It? May. 23, 2016

Mona Charen

Washington state's Republican Party just defied the stampede toward "unity." Meeting over the weeken... Read More

Looking Back on the Two Cuban-American Also-Rans May. 10, 2016

Michael Barone

John Quincy Adams, our greatest secretary of state (sorry, Hillary Clinton fans), thought that Cuba ... Read More

Can Trump Disrupt the General Election as He Did the Primaries? May. 06, 2016

Michael Barone

So Republicans now have a presumptive nominee — one headed to a clear delegate majority withou... Read More

Republicans Must Defeat Trump in November May. 06, 2016

Linda Chavez

Donald Trump is now the presumptive presidential nominee of the Republican Party. I could not have i... Read More

Hillary, Donald and the Gender Wars May. 03, 2016

Mona Charen

The greatest failures of the past generation concern men, women and sex — and there could not ... Read More

Donald Trump Isn't the 'Presumptive Nominee' -- Not Yet, Anyway Apr. 29, 2016

Michael Barone

Donald Trump has declared himself, after following up his New York win April 19 with victories in fi... Read More

The Lesser of the Evils? Apr. 29, 2016

Susan Estrich

It's pretty darn depressing when political writers are essentially writing off the 2016 election as ... Read More