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Here is the truly horrible truth about North Korea: There are only two choices.
There appears to be a pervasive dysfunction afflicting the West Wing.
Those of us who supported him are angry that instead of draining the swamp, Trump has jumped headlong into it.
This time around, there is more risk for the GOP because of the party controls the White House and Congress.
Efforts to shut down speakers are the worst and the most extreme form of campus expressivism.
Trump’s tax returns are a third-tier flap at a moment fraught with urgent, first-tier issues.
O’Reilly was forced out in the wake of a New York Times investigation.
In state after state, the Sanders forces are moving either to take over the existing party machinery or to set up their own.
Of course there’s a Trump Doctrine. You just have to know where to look for it.
It glosses over the fact that Assad is the primary reason Syrians are suffering in the first place.
Most of his policy positions are now remarkably similar to those espoused by Mitt Romney in 2012.
A confluence of events has started to change the preconceptions and mindset Donald Trump brought to the Oval Office.
Trump does not know how to say, “I’m sorry.” He thinks it would make him look weak.
So we women will just have to look out for ourselves, and each other.
Meanwhile, huge staffing gaps persist throughout the Trump administration.
It’s been maintained in large part by individual justices’ drift to the center.
For white Americans without college degrees, “deaths of despair” are epidemic across the country.