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Reducing acceptance of fake news means making it less familiar.
The median pay for top executives at the 200 largest American corporations is approximately $20 million a year.
The entire Trump clan has done a poor job masking the raw financial conflicts of interest that have shadowed the White House.
Now that this important issue is out of the hands of inept legislators in the House.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson is inviting the public to weigh in.
The bill as passed is, as the kids say, a hot mess, and it sure doesn’t seem to have many enthusiastic supporters.
The dealmaker-in-chief surely ought to be capable of good deals with America’s closest neighbors.
This is not trivial politics at work. It is tragically irresponsible negligence.
It serves to remind us that a nation so divided destroys itself from within.
The president’s proposal favors more affluent taxpayers and would add considerably to the deficit.
Past results not an indication of future performance
Democrats help Trump by hurting themselves. They help him by behavior reminding voters why he won.
Obama is apparently going to be paid $400,000.
He’s still in full Trump mode, declaring every setback a success.
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.
Trump’s tax returns are a third-tier flap at a moment fraught with urgent, first-tier issues.