Most speech, hateful or not, is protected by the Constitution. To pretend otherwise is foolhardy.
These stories don’t mention Jeffrey Epstein, but they are about him.
Great wealth insulates people from consequences, but not always, absolutely, or forever.
The sheer effrontery of the government’s argument may be explained, but not excused, by its long backstory.
The special counsel is a man out of time, a by-the-book throwback who expects Americans to absorb carefully worded documents.
The accusations against him are hardly surprising.
The attorney general’s letter will do little to bridge the partisan divide.
The criminal-justice system works at every stage and every level to give chances to people like Manafort.
Trump’s supporters in Congress did not successfully destroy Michael Cohen’s credibility.
Never gratuitously annoy the person who is deciding how long you’ll spend in federal prison.
The longtime Trump adviser’s attention-seeking ways made him an easy target for Robert Mueller.
A muscular public-relations strategy is often a terrible litigation strategy.
Robert Mueller is closing in on the president and all his men.
These developments would, under normal circumstances, end a presidency.
I give prevention seminars. I think they’re theater, but they’re more than that, too.