America is a self-governing enterprise. In the face of feckless and corrupt people, there are better options.
It’s impossible to drive across the state and not be reminded of the first boundlessness of American potential.
Donald Trump’s Saudi infatuation and the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi.
Trump believes that judges should be agents of those who appoint them. That would be the end of the rule of law.
This was a job interview, not a criminal trial. Kavanaugh, in his fury and pathos, failed the test.
The French have soured on their wunderkind president. He’s aloof and tone-deaf, it’s said. What else is new?
Of late, Western democracy has concentrated rather than spread wealth, suggesting it serves injustice. But it is stubborn and adaptable.
Chaos in the White House has not diminished the chances of a two-term presidency.
The thing with every shocking revelation about Trump is that it's already baked into his image. I've never met a Trump supporter who did not know exactly who he is.
Glenn Kessler’s database of presidential untruths will become a reference, a talisman.