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That joke isn’t funny anymore, writes Stephen Robinson.
They say democracy is too important to take a chance on an old man. In fact, it’s too important to take a chance on someone else.
For the Roberts Court, values, politics and consequences count for much more than text, history and precedent, writes Eric Segall.
What can you say about things that are morally distinct in a news media world in which moral distinctions don’t exist?
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The special counsel’s report didn’t have enough to indict him, only smear him, and reporters are going along with it.
The DC press corps is taking the emotionally charged impressions of a two-time Trump appointee at face value, writes Lindsay Beyerstein.
Trump got outplayed and doesn’t seem to know it.
He opened space to discuss the role of intimidation and threats of violence in Trump’s continued dominance of the Republican Party.
Shared interest is probably the right answer.