There are two sides in this war between Trump and the media, but only one of them is the right side.
Another judicial slap at the Trump Administration.
With a relatively smooth announcement, Donald Trump has named a solid and qualified conservative who will likely be confirmed to the nation’s highest court.
As with so many things, the President is demonstrating that he really doesn’t know what he is doing.
A movement motivated by hurt and fear turned into a political force eight years ago. Can another follow suit?
A speech traditionally used to unite was instead a continuation of a divisive campaign.
A potentially controversial commutation from President Obama today.
Be clear on what one is defending.
Concepts, basic applications, and even a bibliography! Merry Festivus, everyone.
The number of faithless electors was both historical and trivial.
Trump will maintain some level of private security once in office.
Wherein a law professor makes the absurd argument that the Electoral College, which exists pursuant to the Constitution, is unconstitutional.
Those who voted for him thinking he would be guided or controlled by more sober individuals or that he would start acting presidential once elected: you were wrong.
Democracy produces good rulers, right? Sometimes. What good democracies actually produce best is good losers. Let us then be grateful for gracious losers, for our losers no less than our winners carry forward the American experiment in self-rule.
In what seems like a replay of the primary battle between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, some top Democratic Party leadership positions may be in jeopardy.
The President-elect lost the popular vote. Legally, that is the way that is it. This is a disgrace for “the Greatest Democracy in the World.”
Despite resentments, power will transition peacefully from President Obama to President Trump. We should be thankful for that rather than protesting it.
Americans are rioting in the streets because they don’t like the outcome of a democratic election.
Defying the odds and the polls, Donald Trump triumphed over Hillary Clinton to become the 45th President of the United States.
Obama v. Trump in handling protesters at rallies (and a helping of untruth from Trump).
For better or worse, the third Presidential debate will largely be remembered for one thing.
Wherein an initial attempt to understand something seen on Facebook leads to ruminations on religious liberty.
The Republican nominee is threatening our fragile democracy.
The reputation of the US matters in global affairs.
Basic trust in process is essential for democratic governance to function and major party nominees ought not be undercutting that trust for cynical gain.
Big losses for proponents of Voter ID laws in two swing states.
Hillary Clinton delvers a largely successful acceptance speech that caps off a convention that ran far smoother than its Republican counterpart.
Eight years after beating her for the Democratic Nomination, Barack Obama passed the torch to Hillary Clinton with a speech that sounded more like Ronald Reagan than anything we’ve heard from the Republican nominee.
Donald Trump completed his unlikely journey to the Republican Presidential Nomination last night, but he the party he now leads remains divided.
Turkey’s government appears to have rebuffed a coup attempt, but questions remains about the stability of the government going forward.
Comments on a pro-Trump (well, sorta) column.
Americans have increasingly come to view their political opponents as not just wrong, but evil, stupid, and immoral. That’s not something that makes for a healthy representative democratic republic.
The Supreme Court has once again issued a ruling that further chips away at the protections of the Fourth Amendment.
The murder of Jo Cox, MP is looking more and more like a politically motivated assassination, and that’s causing some in Great Britain to look inward.
Donald Trump continues his war on freedom of the press and reporters who cover him critically by barring The Washington Post from covering campaign events.