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House Republicans are clashing over Dreamers. The fight might expose the president for what he is.
Some say the Democrats are purging themselves the way the Republicans did after 2008. It just ain’t so.
As conservatives dominate the federal judiciary, state’s rights are the liberal’s new best friend.
The Post columnist shows us how to meet the Republican idea of patriotism head on.
Expect more arguments from conservative pundits that can’t be proven, because proving them isn’t the point. Anxiety is.
Forget that populist mantra. Let’s make it stronger by decentralizing power.
Trumpism is contested, but everyone gets corruption, because everyone has been its victim.
Collusion, treason, white supremacy, political illegitimacy—these are worth debating. But their root cause may be simpler.
Washington journalists tend to believe two things: they’re patriotic but not elitist. Both are wrong.
The message they are sending to the public: Trump is not good people.