Not only is it Saturday, but this is a diversion from normal entries.
Does the administration know what it is doing?
General (Retired) Michael Hayden has some harsh, and concerning, criticisms of the Trump administration.
There are reasons to be skeptical about the dawning of a new age on the peninsula.
An essay from earlier in the year by Jacob T. Levy underscores some of the points I recently tried to make about democratic norms in the current era.
You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
The spring theme continues, even if spring is not cooperating nationwide.
The answer is, of course, no. Really, this is a post about the wall as policy.
Dan Drezner notes some challenges on this topic, and I add some of my own thoughts.
The great negotiator in the White House is likely underestimating the tools available to Xi.
The DJIA (and other markets) are not too happy about all of this trade war talk.
Under the proposal certain visa-seekers (such as China and India) would have to have their social media presence scrutinized.
President Trump is not being bold on drugs. Instead, he is just recycling old, failed idea.
Joseph E. diGenova has touted the theory that rogue FBI elements have tried to frame Trump in the Russia probe.
Lawfare provides a balanced piece on the firing of Andrew McCabe.
Less than 24 hours after the McCabe firing, the president’s attorney explicitly connects the move to the Mueller probe.
The Trump presidency is the latest step in treating commentators like policy experts. It is all a manifestation of how the modern GOP is a populist party.
Talking to adversaries is a good idea. Of course, it matters how it is done.
It is a fair question. But judging the Trump administration on tax cuts, Gorsuch, and the DJIA is to ignore a lot of profound problems.
A photo in honor of Colombian congressional elections this weekend.
Texas has an unusually named (and, well, unusual) candidate for the GOP nomination for governor.
The latest, and most grave, example of the current tide of right-wing populism can be found in Italy.
Both parties are up compared to 2014, but Democratic votes are way up.
The President provided a contender for most ignorant tweet this morning, as he makes a proposal that would disrupt the global economy.