Trump indictment

Justice is divisive and that’s OK

By John Stoehr / June 15, 2023 /

The framing of the Trump indictments story is stupid.

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Trump’s prosecution is politically motivated, and thank God for that

By John Stoehr / June 14, 2023 /

It’s a product of democratic politics, not the rule of law.

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Showing off was Trump’s motive

By John Stoehr / June 12, 2023 /

It defies imagination but it’s there.

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Don’t overthink it. Convicting Trump would regain trust

By Rod Graham / May 2, 2023 /

Americans don’t trust institutions like we used to, writes Rod Graham. This is one of those rare claims that everyone agrees with. 

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Trump’s biggest problem? People already know he’s a cheater

By John Stoehr / April 6, 2023 /

This is not a court of law so much as a court of public opinion.

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Today, investigators are asking themselves: How weak is he?

By John Stoehr / April 4, 2023 /

If strong, expect nothing. If weak, expect Trump to stumble under the weight of everything that’s been sticking to him for years.

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I started the Editorial Board to provide some light in the darkness. Now Trump’s indicted

By John Stoehr / April 1, 2023 /

I hope you’ll join us today.

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Pussy Grabs Back, Donald!

By Claire Bond Potter / March 31, 2023 /

Let’s thank Stormy Daniels for her service, writes Claire Bond Potter.

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