A new ad depicts supporters for Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie as racist murderers who hunt school children from a pickup truck.
Say what you will about Donald Trump — and there’s plenty to say — but he may be the first president in memory to actively limit his own branch’s power.
Since the inauguration congressional Republicans have acted like they have an equal seat at the table. They don’t have that, and they don’t deserve it. And Trump should stop pretending they do.
In their letter to Sasha and Malia Obama, the Bush sisters show us how to transcend partisanship and disdain—and instead offer kindness and courtesy.
If the left-right spectrum collapses in coming years, it may offer us a unique opportunity to ally around other things that matter to us.
Donald Trump has been such a political calamity for Republicans that liberals have now been freed of any responsibility for their own mendacious, corrupt candidate or their significant role in undermining trust in American institutions.
Yes, our society is severely polarized and fractured. But we shouldn’t give up on political discourse and embrace tribalism.
Voting just encourages the bastards. Every vote is a show of support, a sign of approval for a group that barely qualifies as human.
That Donald Trump is not your typical conservative is a feature, not a bug. And it certainly doesn’t mean Hillary is the better choice.
Demanding (or forcing) people to vote for immoral, corrupt demagogues is one of the most un-American things I can think of.
Instead of reporting the news, networks are giving Donald Trump a pass on vital policy questions and allowing him to engage in reality show theatrics.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio suspended his presidential campaign Tuesday night after losing his home state to reality TV star Donald Trump.
Ideologues have destroyed the institution of the presidency. There is only one man who can fix it.
In January, Chris Christie told a town hall in New Hampshire that a vote for someone like Trump could hand the White House to Hillary Clinton.
The 2016 GOP primary is heating up, and Trump is starting to run with the nomination. It’s not over yet, though. Here’s how to beat Trump in four easy steps.
What do we really know about polarizing public figures? A definitive Richard Nixon biography suggests a lot of what we think about him is driven by politics, not historical facts.
As ugly and stupid as partisanship can be, the lack of it would be far more destructive. Nowhere has this been more evident than during the Obama years.
Ted Cruz went Full Newt Gingrich and completely dismantles the absurd, loaded questions from CNBC’s moderators at the Republican primary debate.
A Hillary-Fiorina race would be historic. But the most daunting political challenge Fiorina will face is answering for her own accomplishments.
There has never been a president as openly contemptuous of checks and balances as this one.
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