Trump is extremely effective at dividing and conquering his opponents. What would it take for progressives to divide his supporters?
The executive orders signed on Monday will raise mortgage costs and healthcare premiums for the very people the new president claims to champion.
The estate tax isn’t a death tax. And the candidates who spew falsities against it aren’t the everymen they make themselves out to be.
In 2015 the Indiana governor told Obama in no uncertain terms that his state would not be complying with the Clean Power Plan.
Predictable as ever, the House Speaker’s plan would give an average annual tax break of nearly $800,000 to the top 0.1 percent.
Kasich tries to present himself as the moderate anti-Trump, but his time as governor has been marked by regressive tax reform that helps the rich and hurts the rest.
The GOP probably can’t win the White House in 2016 with Trump or without him.
Ending this imbroglio requires robust diplomacy.
The billionaire bigot may be uncouth in the extreme, but his personal style and hardline attitude resonate with a surprisingly large bloc of American voters.
What passes in our society as political correctness is about more than jettisoning offensive speech.
Refusing to address climate change could drown Florida.
Donald Trump ought to give a Jewish custom a shot.
The only people who get hurt if Congress slaps new trade sanctions on Iran are U.S. aviation companies.
Donald Trump’s not-so-veiled racism, crude economic populism, and male bravado make him the closest thing the U.S. has to an authentic European-style fascist.
GOP hopefuls are paying close attention to energy policy even if they’re mum about it.