This is politics in plain English for normal people and the common good.
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Fortunately, the tide is turning against reporters who play along with the powerful.
The Intercept thinks it caught the Democratic Party red-handed. It didn’t.
Voters might punish GOP politicians in November for allowing corruption to flourish in the open, but the Republican Party won’t suffer.
Is Melancholia Trump beyond compassion?
How the relationship between work, civil rights and government action is changing.
If they’re smart.
The people are reassessing the abstract theory of Trump in light of the pragmatic experience of him.
If sanctuary cities were breaking the law, there’d be reason for rage. They aren’t. Plus: ‘social cohesion’ and more on tyranny.
Name this evil.
All the old arguments–over the wall, amnesty, “illegals”–would die. Hallelujah.