It is possible that Donald Trump believes neither he nor anyone close to him “colluded” with the Russians. He did what he always did in business.
Although anti-immigrant rhetoric from the president and others on the right suggests this pattern may be changing, I remain optimistic that it’s not.
Executive orders cannot overrule the Constitution. Imagine the uproar if a Democratic president tried to limit the Second Amendment in a similar way.
I am fed up with it. Lots of Americans are.
What is new is the revelation that many who work for the president seem to believe he is unfit for the office he holds.
In what way would we be better off as a nation to deny legal residents who are living, working and paying taxes in this country a path to citizenship?
Some members of Trump’s administration clearly do not share the president’s views on Russia or the Mueller investigation.
Does Trump hope to cash in on his relationship with Putin by opening properties in Russia after he is out of office?
No one — not even Judge Kavanaugh, I suspect — knows how a Justice Kavanaugh would rule on a future abortion decision.
Partisanship now trumps principle, to the detriment of conservatism and the country.
Trump, whose ignorance of history is stunning, may not know about the Kim dynasty and how it’s one of the most brutal regimes of the past 100 years.
Does anyone doubt that if he thought he could get away with it, Trump would carry out his taunt to “lock her up” — and not just Hillary Clinton.
Isn’t it time we quit pretending that using race in college admissions is morally acceptable because it helps some minorities?
When the president can lie with impunity about things large and small, what recourse does the truth have?