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The economy may not survive the Republican tax cuts after it fans the flames of the national debt.
The most productive way to view the tariffs on China is that they are a negotiating tactic.
Some states — think red — are more equal than others when it comes to land and shoreline protections.
With Trump moving to scuttle the Iran deal, Macron may use Trump to seek a larger regional bargain.
Can the Supreme Court really ignore Trump’s animus toward Muslims in ruling on the travel ban?
Democrats could learning something from the French leader in how to disagree agreeably with Trump.
For all the warmness and praise, Trump doesn’t seem likely to budge on the Iran deal.
Theta Tau’s frat boys should be expelled as a declaration of what we need to protect in our society.
Even if Trump could fire the special counsel, he can’t make the case against Manafort disappear.
If you think Trump is sued excessively, consider the number — and reasons — for the suits he’s filed.
Allegations against Trump’s nominee should be investigated, but why didn’t they surface earlier?
This is how it feels to be a millionaire, and still decide you’ll go broke.
His age likely rules him out for a 2020 run, but he still serves up straight talk and tone-deafness.
The photo of former presidents and first ladies begs comparison to 45. Trump does not fare well.
Comey, on a tour for his new book, has traded his aw-shucks demeanor for a coarser attitude.
Herald columnist Larry Simoneaux is moving back to New Orleans. This is his final column.
Standing up to Trump doesn’t make up for Comey’s treatment of Clinton in the eyes of some Democrats.
A tweet about ‘breeding’ in California cities sounds at home among the words of white supremacists.
In good economic times most nations pay down debt; we’ve added to ours and ignored the consequences.
Allies and foes can only guess what to believe, what to ignore and what the next tweet will bring.