On the ‘Journey to Supporting Trump,’ From Someone Wise Enough Not to Take It
Trump does not love this country. He loves a clouded and distorted vision of what this country supposedly resembled nearly a century ago.
The Key Moment From Night Four of the Republ—ZZZZZZZZZZ
The complete absence of energy and of memorable moments from the president’s address made it the key moment (or, to be more precise, key hour) of the final night
The Key Moment From Night Three of the Republican Convention
Before last night, Russia was a problem for Trump, but not an urgent and immediate one. Rather, it was one that the Democrats would have needed to bring back to the fore. Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell did all that work for them in six sentences.
The Key Moment From Night Two of the Republican Convention
Larry Kudlow might like us to think COVID and the COVID recession are behind us. The American people know better.
The Key Moment from Night One of the Republican Convention
It was a reminder that no television makeup, no camera angle, and no production value can hide who Donald Trump really is: a friend to tyrants and a narcissistic misanthrope to everyone else.
He Who Errs About the Past, Errs About the Present
A gentle rebuttal
Trump’s Payroll Tax Deferral Is Bad Economics
Leaving aside the very dubious legality of the executive order, it also happens to be terrible economic policy.
Dethroning the Taliban and Saddam Hussein Were the Right Things to Do
Trump and his apologists are wrong on so many things. Why are his critics giving him a pass on this?
What Would ‘Burn the GOP Down’ Mean for Democrats?
In nearly every competitive state in question, Democrats nominated a candidate outside the party’s left wing with help from suburban center-right voters
Will the Real Ken Cuccinelli Please Stand Up?
We could really use 2013 Ken today. Instead, we have 2020 Ken.