The Trump/Khan debate has more or less come to its unresolved conclusion. Now it’s time to reflect on what we can learn from it.
You have got to be fishing kidding me.
It’s been well documented that Trump refuses to release his tax information in the run up to the election. But does it really matter?
A new Politico report presents a perfect test case on the question of why people really rally around litmus-test political issues.
We look at the predictions we made last year about the nominations and we make new ones about the election in November!
With the nomination of Donald Trump, the Republican Party has fully embraced white nationalism. This means it is a party that can’t be saved.
I do not stand with the Bernie-or-Bust crowd. But I am of them.
What’s going on with Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin? The press is on it.
So what exactly is Trump doing?
Reince Priebus defends himself.
In which a human Molotov Cocktail flings himself in the right direction.
You shouldn’t judge Melania Trump by the incompetent actions of her husband’s staff. But you sure as hell should judge the staff.
It’s been a heck of a ride.
Are you playing in Ordinary Times‘ Veepstakes Fundraiser? Why not?
Like it or not, the 2016 POTUS race is already over.
We can all agree that violence at a political rally is wrong, right? Right? Well…
America desperately needs a disciplined, conservative political party — a thing the GOP has not been for quite some time. Here are the six steps those small-c conservatives of the #NeverTrump variety will have to take if they want to stem the rise of Trumpism in their party.
It’s time to stop asking for policy promises from political candidates, and it’s time for candidates to stop making them.
Will a third-party alternative to the GOP win? Nope. But that’s not why there needs to be an alternative.
Sam Columbia had a couple of doctor’s appointments.
While we’ve been ruminating on the Presidential race, we are also learning who the match-ups will be for the major U.S. Senate races happening around the nation. Here is a quick look at what’s going on.
In which Burt Likko attempts to solve two problems at once: raising money to keep the bills paid around here, and tapping the brilliant minds here to address the most important questions left in the 2016 Presidential primary season.
Trump’s loss could be fantastic. A great loss. The greatest.
Burt Likko reacts to Donald Trump’s foreign policy speech, 140 characters at a time.
I displayed my support of a political candidate who is unpopular in my geographic area, and learned something important.
Republicans need to challenge the implicit frame of the coverage of their nominating process.
Almost 7 in 10 Republican delegates have already been awarded. What have we learned?
The party doesn’t owe the plurality leader diddly squat. It is known what he has to do. He has to actually do it.
Imagine a world where the leadership of the free world rests in the hands of one man from Ohio.
A man named… Rob Portman.
Trump’s probability of winning the nomination was not 1.5625%.
Conservatism stresses deference to the unseen. Trump rejects that out of hand, and he’s on the verge of the Republican nomination. What happened?
Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are awful.
And, as we often do, we turn to the Mormons to save us.
It’s time for a new political party with an old name.
Politically it was by no means a crazy strategy. For all his blunders, George W. Bush is still the only Republican candidate for president to win the popular vote in the last 25 years, and the only figure to successfully unite and lead a fractious party. Parts of Bushism look more optimistic, inclusive and economically…
Romney can save the party.