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The Senate Finance Committee slipped a provision into its tax cut bill that would effectively repeal the ACA’s individual mandate.
The politics of rage is no longer restricted to the Republican Party.
It’s easy to misunderstand the presumption of innocence.
I think it could work, with caveats.
Large area would be affected
I’m a veteran who is mightily offended by the tweeting twit in the Oval Office.
I have been trying to watch some of the many TV shows that are being aired lately about combat in Iraq, Afghanistan and the war on terrorism. It isn’t working well for me.
A tide of anti-Trump suburban votes gave Democrats victories in all of Tuesday’s big off-year races from Virginia to Washington state.
Democrats went to bed Tuesday night confidently declaring their party would control the levers of legislating in state government by the end of the month.
Nondescript mass murders, abusers, the deranged: I am struck by how we don’t see them, or won’t see them, until after the fact.
Some of the best parts of the new Republican bill are its most politically vulnerable.
The federal indictments unsealed Monday will likely prove more significant than the president’s shrill cries of “FAKE NEWS!”
HHS actions should be evidence-based, not faith-based, and this decidedly unscientific language should be eliminated from its strategic plan.
Congress is grilling Facebook, Twitter and Google for allowing Russian agents to hijack their social networks.
The keenest peril to Trump is the prospect that Manafort would strike a deal with Mueller’s team.
In this case, Team Clinton was just smoother than Team Trump.
Our democracy needs at least two parties — two vibrant, imperfect, competing political organizations as a check on one another.
Rarely have two political candidates been so worthy of each other in terms of cynicism. No wonder Russian President Vladimir Putin dealt himself in.
The bottom has fallen out of the Republican Party. Well, not the bottom exactly. More like the middle.
Given all of the parallels, it’s probably no surprise that U.S. society fractured along similar lines in both eras.