In an interview a few days ago, Lieberman expressed ambivalence about Biden, but not about Trump.
Author: Albert Hunt, opinion contributor
Opportunism, hypocrisy & graft, oh my! Guiding lights of the new GOP
Conservative Republicans are reaching new heights — or depths — in placing political opportunism ahead of proclaimed principles.
Republicans suddenly silent on abortion — they know the chickens are home and roosting
“It used to be Democrats didn’t want to talk about abortion, now it’s Republicans that don’t want talk about it.”
Democrats, parents’ rights and Election 2024
Democrats should not easily dismiss the cultural broadside DeSantis has launched in Florida.
Republicans’ ‘Charlie Brown’ budget problem
For 40 years, the GOP has tried to slash Medicaid, the federal-state health care program targeted at the poor.
House Republicans’ inauspicious start to ‘Benghazi 2.0’
The record suggests that Rep. Jim Jordan is, as they say in Texas, all hat and no cattle.
Aging presidents, cognitive acuity & reelection
In his surprise trip to Kiev last week, the president displayed great leadership, courage and stamina that would have been impressive for a much younger man.
Objectively wrong: Some areas of news industry debate aren’t gray
Reversing NY Times v. Sullivan would be disastrous — and some of the favorite venues of the right might be the most affected.
Is a Democrat headed for the Mississippi governor’s mansion?
The Republican-dominated state government has created a massive scandal, ripping off money intended for poor people to give to political supporters.
GOP voter suppression measures are working, despite Democratic wins
There’s evidence some voter suppression measures achieved their purpose, particularly in minority communities.