‘A Whole Appeasement Psychology’
Trump and his allies like to cite numerous sanctions imposed on Russia as a sign he wasn’t acting in Putin’s interest. A lack of enforcement shows otherwise.
Taiwanese President Has Fans in Both Parties
When Kevin McCarthy and I are on the same side, there really shouldn’t be another side. So it is, apparently, regarding Taiwan.
Suffolk GOP Goes Down Memory Lane … Sort Of
On one level, it’s charming how the convention vs. primary battles can still rage within the Republican Party. In reality, it’s nothing like the old fights.
DeSantis Tries Different Spin On Ukraine
The Governor says he is not okay with Putin’s invasion after all. But neither does he want us to help Ukraine kick Putin out.
Summit Diplomacy: Two Can Play At This Game
The leader of the Chinese Communist Party was in Moscow showing off the authoritarian alliance. His democratic neighbor had a message of its own.
Is France Having a Weimar Moment?
President Emmanuel Macron reaches back to history to pass his pension reform. Unfortunately, he went for Hindenburg and Bruning.
The Liberation of Iraq Was and Is Justified
The mistakes that came with the Coalition of the Willing are famous. The benefits that have come to the democratic world, less so.
The Moscow Primary: Trump Makes His Pitch
Ron DeSantis became the first and only serious challenger to Trump for the Kremlin’s support. The former president won’t give up without a fight.
Ron DeSantis Enters the Moscow Primary
The Florida Governor refuses to call Ukrainian victory an objective or a vital American interest … in response to Tucker Carlson’s questionnaire, no less.
SVB Collapse Scrambles the Coalitions
On Friday afternoon, Silicon Valley Bank was wound down, and a major economic issue crashed into everybody’s favorite culture wars.