John Stoehr

John Stoehr is the editor of the Editorial Board. He writes the daily edition. Find him @johnastoehr.

The Media Myth of Teflon Don

July 26, 2018 /

Things stick. They always stick. The result is the most unpopular presidency in modern memory.

Do House Republicans Need Russia to Win?

July 25, 2018 /

Given their refusal to fund election security, that’s a fair question.

Trump’s Base Is Probably Smaller Than We Think

July 24, 2018 /

Yes, Republicans approve. But take a closer look at “independents.”

Rumors of Democratic Disarray Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

July 23, 2018 /

Call it socialist. Call it whatever. The point is opposition to Donald Trump.

Trump’s Burden of Proof

July 20, 2018 /

If the president can’t explain his bromance with Putin, it’s fair to conclude the worst.

Trump Is Telling Us He’s Illegitimate

July 19, 2018 /

A president with a track-record of projecting is telling us something. Are we listening?

Why We’re Talking About Treason

July 18, 2018 /

What makes this time any worse than every other time?

Despite Attack, the GOP Won’t Fight Back

July 17, 2018 /

Trump provides an opening for the Democrats to unite America against Russia.

A Fiasco That’s Good for Democracy

July 13, 2018 /

Do you prefer republican values or Republican partisanship?

We Think the Senate Will Go Blue

July 12, 2018 /

The fundamentals are too steady, strong and convincing for Donald Trump to hold the Congress.