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Democrats’ recent rhetoric is alienating the tepid Trump supporters they had hoped to attract.
On most issues, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shows she’s smart and knows how to represent her district.
The party doesn’t need to iron out its differences now. It can wait until it controls Congress.
Four justices’ recent dissent in an abortion case shows a lack of respect for free speech rights.
Eight years ago, John Boehner predicted: ‘You can only ignore the will of the people for so long.’
The president bears some resposibility for inciting hatred of those who are just doing their jobs.
With table manners covered, here are some words of advice on other daily matters of etiquette.
Stop hyperventilating that instances of incivility are going to jeopardize Democrats’ ‘blue wave.’
Instead of new buildings and taxes, local government should partner with charities on the issue.
The only solution is to flood the polls with voters who do see reason. Those with the most to lose.
While reaching this milestone is pretty cool, what does it really mean?
Syrian opposition leaders may view a Russia-led deal as a betrayal by the U.S. with consequences.
The victory of a young Latina represents the party’s shift not in ideology but demographics.
Imagine the outcome of recent — and future — decisions if Hillary Clinton had been elected president.
Better science reporting could have kept Americans from losing their cool during the ‘mad cow’ scare.
In relying on the travel ban’s wording — on its face — rather than its impacts it repeats a past mistake.
Confronting political differences with civility doesn’t abridge our freedoms but protects everyone’s.
The military needs to plan the defense of space, but Trump has launched a turf war with his idea.
In decrying violent crimes by immigrants, the president gives a platform to white supremacy.
Given a winning issue by Trump, Senate Democrats went overboard by backing a ‘catch and release’ bill.