Let me be clear: I voted for Hillary Clinton and oppose many of President Trump’s policies.
In a rare moment of apparent consensus, Republicans and Democrats, pundits and ordinary citizens seem to be overjoyed at the appointment of a special counsel.
President Trump’s motives in firing Comey will always remain a matter of dispute. But reasonable Americans of both parties can plausibly believe that he did not fire Comey for the reasons so eloquently set forth in Rosenstein’s letter.
We failed to prevent North Korea from developing nuclear weapons. As a result, our options to stop them from developing a delivery system capable of reaching our shores are severely limited.
A recent panel discussion regarding the Trump travel ban was infected by the bigotry of one of the participants.
The Egyptian decision to withdraw the one-sided anti-Israel Security Council resolution should not mask the sad reality that it is the Obama administration that has been pushing for the resolution to be enacted.
What should a political party that has just lost its white working-‐class blue-‐ collar base to a “make America great again” nationalist do to try to regain these voters?
Nearly all elected politician – from the president down to local city counselors – want to criminalize flag burning.
The recent election ended in a virtual tie, as did the election of 2000. Approximately half of the voters selected each of the two major candidates.
The 2016 presidential election is more like the Brexit vote in many ways than it is like prior presidential elections.