Part III is here (a lot sooner than Part II was).
The second installment of a seemingly forgotten series.
Thoughts that have been bouncing around in my head for over a week.
Despite what seems to be the prevailing mythos, most nominations fights are nothing like the current one.
The Bork hearings have come up in the context of the Kavanaugh confirmation, Some thoughts ensue.
As problematic as some of what we know about the internal workings of the White House may be, it isn’t a coup.
As I have repeatedly noted: Trump is the leader of the Republican Party.
Passports being denied to citizens whose birth records are being questioned.
Care to guess the demographic makeup of the county?
Trade deals take more than an afternoon chat.
In trying to assess the Helsinki press conference, a blast from the past deserves a second look.
At a minimum, Trump is betraying his oath of office. That is one hell of a minimum.
There should be no question about a request to interview a former US Ambassador.
You keep using that word. It does not mean what you think it means.
More evidence that the politics of the moment aren’t just about illegal immigration.
Forget the “republic v. a democracy” abstraction. The numbers show some serious flaws in translating popular will into government.