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The chief justice, namely, and whether his court will uphold a ruling that presidents are not kings.
Movies like to haul out the traditional scenes, but Amazon and ‘gift suites’ are now the present.
A willingness to post for selfies with fans isn’t proof of likability.
The one-time party of superpatriots has turned against the military’s heroes, leaders and order.
You can bet similar treatment of Michelle Obama would have been fully covered and roundly criticized.
As long as Republicans are happy being spoon-fed by Putin, they might as well enjoy some beet soup.
With the bulk of the year given over to accumulating more, Thanksgiving harks to our Pilgrim ethic.
A racing movie — and its narrating dog — offer advice about keeping our eyes on where we want to go.
In the case of Clinton, the public saw it as partisan; that’s just as they’ll view Trump’s impeachment.
We watched the same hearings, yet some observers appear blind to the signs of nascent dictatorship.
Why would Toyota and others move away from cleaner vehicles? Because defying Trump has consequences.
It’s more than a repudiation of Trump; it’s a reminder that voters will back moderate candidates.
There’s no courage in supporting impeachment; there would be in putting trust in the 2020 voters.
More than any event, impeachment exposes political hypocrisy. Will it finally expose Trump’s corruption?
Dismissing Bloomberg because of his wealth ignores his record on leadership, climate change and guns.
Trump’s name has literally come down in the Big Apple; it’s no wonder he’s moving to Mar-A-Lago.
Trump continues to lie because he get away with it; and his supporters have encouraged those falsehoods.
Judging the veracity of the allegation against Trump requires consideration of the whistleblower’s motives.
White House and other D.C. comedy writers are keeping us chortling, dark and ironic as it is.
You don’t have to be a moderate to be well-mannered, but it comes easier to those in the middle.