Using “the ruling class” and “overlords” as shorthand for Trump’s critics is Orwellian nonsense.
The president gives his opponents media attention and enhances their influence on American life.
Imagine a Netflix-type portal for short campaign videos.
The Fox News host’s recent segment was among the most poorly reasoned ever.
An authoritarian fear of difference best explains the intolerance sweeping the Republican Party.
It’s hard to feel that the U.S. is “great again” when men born and raised here keep going on mass killing sprees.
John Delaney’s plan amounts to forced labor.
Some reject the notion that they should apply the word consistently, without regard to whether the usage will upset their audience.
The president’s supporters at a North Carolina rally showed contempt for naturalized citizens and the Constitution.
The latest twist in the police shooting of Daniel Shaver
How a Republican could take on the president
The Fox News host betrayed core American values in his attack on Representative Ilhan Omar.
Media elites aren’t talking about his electability or his policy proposals.
Much more so than in 1776, there is a widely held belief that all humans are created equal.
The so-called alt-right is characterized not only by its ideology, but also by the cruelty of its tactics. Trump and his allies embrace those tactics.
Karl Rove and Rich Lowry discuss the murky future of the Republican Party.
Farah Pandith wants the U.S. government and corporations to do more to combat radical extremists as they recruit Millennials.
Chris Christie’s debate tips
Masha Gessen suggests there was a connection between Asperger’s and social activism in the Soviet era.
He declared his intention to vote Trump in 2020—even though he thinks Trump surrounded himself with awful people.