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The Shame of the Senate Jan. 23, 2020

Joe Conason

Well before completing his first term, President Donald Trump firmly established himself as the wors... Read More

Pelosi's Democrats Unite and Catalyze the GOP Dec. 20, 2019

David Limbaugh

Nothing has done more to unite Republicans — from GOP congressmen in Washington, D.C., to malo... Read More

A Harsh Critique of Media Ethics Dec. 18, 2019

Tim Graham

The Pew Research Center, firmly ensconced inside the liberal establishment, has a new poll that has ... Read More

It May Not Build Character, but Politics Can Reveal Character Dec. 14, 2019

Mark Shields

First, an anecdote circulating about the most courageously candid staff person in the White House al... Read More

The Pivotal Black Vote Dec. 11, 2019

Star Parker

Some polls in recent weeks have provided an encouraging picture for President Donald Trump of streng... Read More

Trump and Black Outreach Nov. 20, 2019

Star Parker

President Donald Trump recently launched his black-outreach operation — called Black Voices fo... Read More

Are Conservative Immigration Restrictionists Racist? Nov. 13, 2019

Ben Shapiro

This week, The Atlantic released its newest issue, provocatively titled "How to Stop a Civil War." L... Read More

The 2 Parties' Very Different Fields of Candidates Nov. 08, 2019

Michael Barone

Have you noticed that the two parties' fields of presidential candidates have, in the past two elect... Read More

The Perils of Downscale Political Parties Oct. 25, 2019

Michael Barone

Political parties, and their travails, have been much on my mind recently as I've been speaking to r... Read More

What's Next After Trump? Oct. 10, 2019

Laura Hollis

Last weekend, Republican political advisor Sarah Isgur Flores tweeted, "A lot of quiet conversations... Read More

No New Edition of 'Profiles in Courage' Sep. 14, 2019

Mark Shields

Then-Sen. John F Kennedy wrote admiringly in his 1955 book, "Profiles in Courage," about Republican ... Read More

Trump Era Not as Extraordinary as Never-Trumpers Think Sep. 13, 2019

Michael Barone

Around Washington, in sundry upscale locales, in large quadrants of the internet, you still encounte... Read More

Giuliani Unmasked Sep. 11, 2019

Joe Conason

Eighteen years ago, on a terrible day every American then living remembers too well, Rudolph Giulian... Read More

The Wisdom of Federalism Aug. 20, 2019

William Murchison

"How Much Damage Have Republicans Done in the States?" Gosh! Worlds of damage, you'd imagine, if you... Read More

Lara Trump Tries to Fix Her Party's Woman Problem Jul. 23, 2019

Salena Zito

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. — Last week, one month before she was set to give birth to her second chi... Read More

Both Parties Are Misbehaving in Line With Their Historic Character Jul. 19, 2019

Michael Barone

The air is thick with lamentations that our two political parties are tearing themselves — and... Read More

Is the Grand Old Party Almost Over? Jun. 26, 2019

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — Is it too early to write the obituary for the Republican Party? I ask because id... Read More

Understanding, Explaining and Action Jun. 20, 2019

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

There is a difference between understanding and action. Most people understand that it is cheaper to... Read More

A Farewell to My Readers May. 31, 2019

Linda Chavez

In 1987, I wrote my first weekly column, carried at the time by only two newspapers. Today, I write ... Read More

Fear Sets Terrible Policy Feb. 01, 2019

Erick Erickson

Across the United States, Republicans are scrambling to play catch-up. Many of them did not believe ... Read More