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A Pointless War Against Mitch McConnell

Three days after winning acquittal in his second impeachment trial, President Trump issued a scathing attack on the one Senator who, as much as anyone, had made his victory possible. Describing Mitch McConnell as “a dour, sullen and...

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Obnoxious Debate Questions for Both Candidates

The candidates must prepare to face tough questions in the first presidential debate on September 29. For instance: Debate Questions for Joe Biden: You’ve supported nationwide demonstrations for racial justice, but would you want them...

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Let’s Debate Virtues, Not Vices

The New York Times seizes every opportunity to impute racist motives to Donald Trump, even when reacting to positive announcements that shouldn’t be controversial. After his Independence Day Eve speech at Mt. Rushmore, one Times headline...

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A Warmer, More Optimistic Approach

President Trump’s election year State of the Union address struck a different tone from his previous major speeches—an adjustment well-crafted to connect with shifts in the national mood. The president didn’t mention impeachment, and...

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Lessons from the Kavanaugh Climax

For three reasons, confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh has been a damaging disaster for Democrats. First, those Democrats have been indignant in defeat, and America hates sore losers. New talk of impeaching Kavanaugh, or continuing to smear...

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“The Dogs Bark, the Caravan Moves On”

As a candidate, Donald Trump used a nifty slogan—”Make America Great Again”—to connect the different themes of his agenda. Approaching the end of his first year in office, he needs another slogan to focus on important goals...

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