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This is where the defense of the president’s acting on his gut impulses has gotten us.
His plan is a single-payer plan, but there are better proposals for extending coverage to all.
The bad company that President Trump keeps overshadows his successes on Iran, trade and more.
Caucuses used to allot Democratic delegates leave out too many voters, compared to presidential primaries.
The founders thought of nearly everything. What they didn’t account for was the abdication of the governed.
If the royal couple spends half the year in Canada, who foots the bill for their security?
Invited to speak at CES, Trump showed more concern for diversity than did her opponents.
A bad guy is gone, but there’s scant evidence of strategy in killing an Iranian military leader.
Nuclear war is not a game, but game theory helps explain the risks and — maybe — ways to avoid it.
Yes, Biden has votes on his record that are troubling, but then so do Sens. Warren and Sanders.
Will killing Soleimani seem worth the terrible fallout that America and its troops will now face?
Harris and Castro should have realized their ‘social justice’ tactics weren’t going to work.
‘VRBOs’ offer a charming cabin, but do I tip myself after changing the bedding and cleaning the room?
First off, no one caught the hidden message in last week’s column? (Proving my editor wrong.)
We may get so little of it that we don’t know what we’re missing.
All the talk by pundits of Bernie Sanders’ resurgent campaign seems to ignore what the polls show.
Even though many support the older age limit for smoking, what does it say about our double-standard?
Keeping a vegan diet for a month is sold as better for the environment; but that misses key points.
And maybe a message, if you’re clever to catch it.
If Senate Republicans won’t let Medicaid negotiate prices, why is it OK to let Canada do it for us?