Donald Trump wouldn’t be the threat he is without Republican accomplices willing to put party over country.
The federal judge who nixed masks shouldn’t even be on the bench.
As the U.S. tries to curb Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, most Republicans bite back on the usual boos and heckling. It won’t last.
The Democrats’ fragile Senate majority, frustrating as it is for passing legislation, is crucial and powerful for confirming federal judges.
The president has had his wins and losses, but the big story is not about him. And it is not a pleasant tale.
Glenn Youngkin, formerly a moderate, has wooed Trump voters just enough to lose his credibility.
President Biden’s infrastructure plans and tax cuts add up to $3.5 trillion, but remember that the Republican tax cuts of 2017 added up to $5.5 trillion.