Jeffersoniad Gets COPN and Health Care Completely Backwards
Perhaps it should be renamed the Hamiltoniad.
Theresa May Criticism of Obama is a Warning to Democrats
This was supposed to be a dramatic moment for the Administration on the Middle East. It turned out to be so much less.
The Wages of Appeasing Putin Mount
It started with a Democratic nominee for president invoking more equivalence in Georgia in 2008. Eight years later, a Democratic nominee may have lost the chance to succeed him in the headwinds of the regime appeased, while Syria burns and ISIS recovers within it.
Trump-Carrier Deal Highlights the Law of Unintended Consequences
Much of the criticism of Trump’s move to “save” Carrier jobs in Indiana has centered on abstract defenses of the free market. But there are reasons markets should be free of presidential interference, and the Carrier deal does in fact reveal them.
Memo to Virginia Democrats: Beware Complacency in 2017
Virginia Democrats may look at the recent election and feel overconfident about next year. They – errr, we – need to be more careful.
Party Label Dragged Trump Across the Winning Line
The evidence is clear: Trump was elected by voters who wanted a Republican President. Democrats have an opportunity to win over those who will be disillusionned when Trump doesn’t act like one.
Conservatives and Democrats Need Each Other
Both preferrred alternatives to Donald Trump. Neither got what they wanted. Both can stop them if they work together. Neither are seeing that…yet.
Election Night: What States to Watch
Oddly enough, Virginia can actually be one of them.
Why I Have Switched at the Last Minute to Clinton
Most of my critics figured this was my vote anyway. Over the weekend, the Syrian opposition made all my critics right.
Divide and Classified: Why the E-mail Issue Continues and Confounds
Where you stand on this issue often depends on where your server sits.