As often happens with Trump and his policies, this is more difficult than it ought to be.
Once again, President Trump has hit upon a supposedly controversial proposal that has caused the entire herd of fainting goats in the Washington press corps…
Many political observers are struggling to figure out what the President’s game plan is for 2020, and no wonder: This week was hard to believe.
The left won’t admit it, but Friday’s employment report is yet more proof that President Trump’s policies have achieved in a little more than one…
Analysis: At the president’s first rally since the attorney general announced he wouldn’t be prosecuted, Trump went on offense against Democrats and the media.
It will take weeks for the elite pundit class to unravel all the possible implications and subtexts embedded in Robert Mueller’s final report on the…
WASHINGTON – Special counsel Robert Mueller submitted a long-awaited report to Attorney General William Barr on Friday, marking the end of his
They’ve spent the last two years fulminating about Trump-Russia collusion we now know never existed.
The terrorist attack in New Zealand is shocking on every level — and feels like a first for how unmistakably online it was.
At least forty-nine are dead; an assailant is in custody, and a murderous, white supremacist manifesto has been widely rejected.
Nicholas Kristof, New York TimesAmerican democracy is too resilient for Trump to destroy.
Daniel McCarthy, The SpectatorBeyond hating the president, the party has little to offer. That needs to change if they want success in 2020
Evan Osnos, New YorkerCohen’s dramatic excoriation of Trump, and Trump’s failed diplomacy in North Korea, exposed the President’s inability to muscle reality into submission.
Graham Allison, The National InterestTo understand the value of the Hanoi Summit, remember what occurred between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in Reykjavik.