Elections

The Wages of Trump Hatred

Hating Donald Trump in the hater’s eyes makes one moral. But in the real world, such pathological fixations usually result in abject immorality and moral decline.

Yes, Acquittal Is Vindication

The pandemonium at the Capitol was not the cause but merely the pretext for the unprecedented second impeachment by the U.S. Congress of a single individual.

Doubling Down on Dumb

The predictable response by the neoliberal establishment to the January 6 riot is akin to seeking relief for hypertension by taking pills that raise one’s blood pressure.

Congress vs. Normal People

Public duties should be seen as George Washington saw them—a tremendous personal inconvenience to be undertaken with reluctance. Special privileges should be abhorred.

Impeachment Trial Redux

This unprecedented effort by the Democrats is about nothing more than trying to disqualify their political opposition.

Biden’s Honeymoon Interruptus

Donald Trump will prevail in the Senate impeachment circus, and at the end of it, the country’s impatience will be rising for Joe Biden to do something useful.

Turning Their Backs on Marjorie

Striking “moderate” poses in the present political climate is like trying to be a pacifist on a battlefield. Republicans need more backbone—like the Democrats.

Bipartisans for Blinken

A tribute to  America’s leaders for coming together for their real goal—war profiteering and military adventurism.