Seeing the Republican nominee’s prolific mendacity in a new light.
It’s the latest example of a campaign that indulges in its most destructive and self-destructive impulses.
The negative press the Republican nominee is receiving is mostly his own fault.
Yet even some conservatives who’ve had the billionaire lie to their faces trust his pledge to nominate originalist judges to the Supreme Court.
Chancellor Linda Katehi, who wasted hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to minimize the incident, has been forced to resign. But the public will keep paying her lavishly.
This fantastic nonfiction from 2015 is still worth discovering and pondering today.
Supreme Court appointments are not a persuasive reason for conservatives to back the billionaire.
If the GOP becomes a party of white identity politics, it would hurt both the principled right and the “Bernie-or-Bust” left.
The surrogate illustrates the difficulty of campaigning for the Republican nominee without publicly disgracing oneself.
Just doing the opposite of whatever liberals want is a remarkably poor way to make decisions.
The Republican nominee has upset the VFW and a faction of its membership, and shows no inclination to apologize.
The father of a fallen U.S. soldier is showing how much more the Republican leadership cares about partisan victory than about repudiating prejudice.
Those who demonstrate at the RNC and DNC have extreme views within their faith. But they are increasingly mistaken for the mainstream.
His call for Russian hackers to break into Hillary Clinton’s email validate the worst suspicions of security-state critics.
Sketches of voters whose life experiences caused them to see the election through the lenses of gender and race.
The most ardent Bernie Sanders supporters must confront the fact that there is more in their way than corruption and stupidity.
The Democratic Party’s emphasis on race and gender is compelling to many voters—but it may not accord with the experience of many who are struggling.
Identity politics loomed large on the first night of the Democratic National Convention.
The majority of Democratic voters, however, are with her.
Imagining how the GOP will move on from Donald Trump and 'Make America Great Again.'