The president’s claim that voters “put on a different shirt, come in and vote again” echoed an odd 19th-century episode.
A look at the case law that shapes a legal gray zone
A judge suggested that it’s unconstitutional to revoke a reporter’s press pass without providing a reason.
Protesters harassing prominent conservatives in their private lives fall short of the standards of civil disobedience.
The president encouraged Britain to leave the EU—but now that things are falling apart, he’s abdicating his responsibility to help.
The U.S. defends Europe out of self-interest.
Dickens or Tana French may be on the audio system, but the California fires are igniting my imagination.
There’s a silver lining for the 235 places that did not win.
“Anti-left” still beats “anti-Trump” in Texas, Georgia, and Florida, and in many other places besides.
Allocating responsibility for violent acts to any politician or pundit should be done only with the greatest of care.
Some progressives are blaming a single demographic group for a string of losses in the midterm elections—but that distorts the actual results.
In the wake of an upper-middle-class exodus, the Republican Party needs to win working-class voters—or it will lose its grip on power.
I imagine this will be the last installment in the “weather flying with Marine One” series. Two previous entries here…
Last night I posted an item about weather conditions this past weekend in Paris, when Donald Trump joined other world…
Trump’s acting attorney general can’t legally hold the office—and that’s a problem for everyone.
It’s already difficult to obtain asylum. But the president, for no good reason, is set on making it near-impossible on the southern border.
When I was elected to the House of Representatives two years ago, I found the problems weren’t as bad as I’d expected—they were worse.
The White House’s explanation of President Trump’s absence from a ceremony in France raises more questions than it answers.
In the fight over Indiana’s Bloody Eighth, Democrats won the seat, but lost the larger narrative.
Each year, local governments spend nearly $100 billion to move headquarters and factories between states. It’s a wasteful exercise that requires a national solution.