The Democratic talking point is an attempt at misdirection.
The white paper says that the chief threat to the United States is geopolitical competition with China and Russia. Trump barely mentioned it in passing.
In recent court decisions, Trump won one (travel ban) and lost one (defunding sanctuary cities). In both cases, the courts got the separation of powers right.
McCain and Flake aren’t “putting party above country” in voting for the GOP tax reform bill. And what’s the case, moral or economic, for taking 45 percent of the next dollar anyone earns, however rich?
If companies respond to lower taxes by increasing share buybacks and dividends, the money doesn’t stay idle.
Israel should be treated as a normal country, including deciding where its capital is located.
There is a meaningful middle-class tax cut. But, because of the filibuster rule, it disappears after eight years.
I try to explain Trump’s political allure to my son. I do not succeed.
Notebook: National Democrats will turn the election into a referendum on Trump, irrespective of what Sinema wants; and why the enthusiasm for Ann Kirkpatrick?
The story of the internet before the FCC adopted net neutrality was one of rapidly improving performance and expanding consumer choices.