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Few of his accusations concerned actions Trump has taken as a candidate or as president.
I have progressive friends who are looking forward to a new reign of social justice, conservative friends who fear socialism, and cynical friends who predict total gridlock. They’re all wrong.
This may be the most tantalizing question as he meets with Kim Jong Un this week in Hanoi for their second summit.
Last week, Trump signed a memo putting into motion the creation of a new Space Force that will be part of the Air Force.
“Free college” could mean any number of things, not all of them beneficial.
As outrage over family separations at the border erupted last summer, news quietly broke about a different Trump administration policy.
Just because one person lied about a racist and homophobic incident does not let all bigots off the hook.
Olympia needs to renew Community’s prescription
Democratic legislative leaders are gearing up for one of the most challenging conversations this session: taxes.
Americans have come to view him as a kind of national insurance policy. This assessment is now in need of revision.
I consider S.47, the Natural Resources Management Act, to be an epic conservation achievement.
I have told this story before, but it is well worth repeating — that of favorables and unfavorables, and who more often wins an election.
After watching Omar in action, it’s pretty clear to me that the Muslim Democrat hates America almost as much as she hates Israel.
By Mike Coverdale I was happy to see the front page attention…
Many of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have eschewed blind partisanship and ideological dogmatism. Now they’re paying for it.
It’s almost as if the Democratic leaders in the House and Senate forgot what everyone was so mad about.
LA Times: Trump’s national emergency is fake, and the GOP knows it. Stop him before the damage is done
Trump’s imperious use of emergency powers will soon be challenged in both Congress and the courts, and rightly so.
“Freeports” — special locations where the world’s richest can hoard their valuables tax free — are increasingly common.
Drastic and immediate action is needed to reduce global carbon emissions. But that doesn’t mean any sort of drastic action is a good one.
The Bezos-Pecker story that won the internet last week raised a number of, umm, titillating questions to ponder.