Who said it? “There are differences between Clinton and Trump, no doubt, but they’re not different enough to save your life, to save your job, to save the planet,” [____________] told Politico.
I ran Mr. Fournier’s latest at Ye Atlantic through my Fournierocantranslator and got “I’m crazy about Trump’s supporters, but why can’t Donald Trump be a big brash anti-e
America’s Worst Columnist With the Possible Exception of Maureen Dowd endorses Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary. We already knew she was the least progressive major candidate, but…
Shorter David Ignatius: The fact that the Bush administration reneged on a deal brokered between the director of national intelligence and Democrats in Congress proves that Democrats are unwilling to
Yglesias and Balko are right that pretty much any substantive defense of the proposition that what Vitter did is less serious than what Craig did comes down to “pure homophobia.” Indeed, d
Amanda says most of what needs to be said about Michael Skube. But this is a pretty amazing punchline: Not long after I wrote I got a reply: “I didn’t put your name into the piece and have
Bobo! My heartiest congratulations. (Admittedly, I haven’t been keeping tabs on Donald Luskin recently, so the award must be considered provisional.)
The real problem with the news today is that people just don’t get any historical context. What about the legendary filibusters of civil rights legislation led by Hubert Humphrey and Paul Dougla