As we contemplate all we have lost to COVID-19, we must ask ourselves whether we want our world to become more of an earthly hell than it already is.
A recent Washington Post essay declares Alexander Hamilton would support Donald Trump’s impeachment, but it wildly misunderstands — and misrepresents — Hamilton’s writings.
Describing President Trump and his flaws, Rebecca Solnit really highlights the great flaw of the American presidency as it becomes ever more monarchical.
If Trump wants to succeed, he should take his inaugural cues from Abraham Lincoln and Richard Nixon, who called for unity in times of deep division.
A random citizen picked from the phonebook would make a better president than either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
Political instability has the people demanding a king. But no matter who we elect, he cannot end the dysfunction that we all ultimately allow.
America needs a leader who has proven he will execute their priorities in service of controlling government so the people can shine. Ted Cruz is that.
Once he leaves office, President Obama’s time in the public spotlight will only have just begun.
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In the new book, ‘Party Like a President,’ Brian Abrams details the seamy side of the presidency—which includes lots of booze and women. And it ain’t just JFK.
Electing a president who limits himself according to the Constitution requires finding a more modest candidate.
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