For the first time in modern history we have had two cult of personality presidents in a row. How will this shape the future of our politics?
What the media rarely include in their assessment of Trump’s truthfulness is that all presidents lie.
It is not news that the Left wants to shut us up. But now the leading publication of the mainstream Left is openly coming out against the First Amendment.
John F. Kennedy’s legacy as president is not defined by sordid affairs, and neither will Donald Trump’s be.
Geoffrey Shaw’s account is a page-turning, sorrowful account of how the United States betrayed a man of remarkable character and political genius.
From John Adams to JFK, we’ve had plenty of dishonest presidents who waged war with the media. The press shouldn’t pretend Trump is an anomaly.
Arthur Schlesinger Jr.’s successors today want to organize for power, and that requires creating conflict by lying to Americans.
If you think this election is wholly unprecedented, ‘Face the Nation’ Host John Dickerson’s new book on presidential campaigns offers useful historical lessons that can be applied to the era of Clinton and Trump.
There are many reasons not to support Trump or Clinton. Their respective ‘sacrifice’ in the name of ‘public service’ is not one of them.
We need to understand Donald Trump’s success. If we don’t, we’ll suffer a third wave of frustrated, debilitating confusion.
John F. Kennedy’s primary debate with Lyndon Johnson eerily echoed 2015: an older, more established leader chafing at the newfound popularity of a handsome, ambitious senator.
Is Donald Trump the vengeful ghost of Norman Vincent Peale sent to punish a nation of haters and losers?
Donald Trump and the other GOP presidential contenders must clearly explain tonight why President Obama’s Iran agreement damages American interests.
If Jefferson and Jackson aren’t good enough for Democrats, who else could possibly make the cut?
If President Obama is going to exhume John F. Kennedy to use him as a spokesman, the least he can do is to be accurate in describing Kennedy’s foreign-policy record.
‘World Order’ reflects badly on Henry Kissinger and on the establishment that celebrates him.
In Baltimore, the government is confronted with a choice between two constituencies: unions and people in need.
I don’t have high hopes for a Cruz administration. But mocking him for restating traditional American values about faith and the Constitution is bizarre.
Short-lived though it will likely be, ‘Mulaney’ boasts some of the sharper writing on religion in contemporary pop culture.
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