Government

09/03/2015 - 5:22pm

    Donald Trump, who famously scoffs at "political correctness," can climb as far up on his high horse as anybody else when someone is impolite to him.

    Someone like, for example, Jorge Ramos, main news anchor at Univision and Fusion, who tried to ask...

09/03/2015 - 5:16pm

    The predicted Republican front-runner flails. The actual Republican front-runner rails, peddling insults instead of ideas. And the story line caroms from misogyny to xenophobia to a tussle over tresses: toupee or not toupee?

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09/03/2015 - 5:15pm

    The Donald Trump phenomenon is a great gift to pundits because it can be analyzed and criticized in so many different ways. But two shorthands seem particularly useful. First, Trump is essentially using the Republican primary to run a third-party campaign, not a right-...

09/03/2015 - 5:14pm

    Pity Poppy.

    When I went down to Houston a few years ago to eat pizza with the former president, he was his usual gracious self, speaking fondly about President Barack Obama and his new pal Bill Clinton....

09/03/2015 - 5:13pm

    Isn't there anything that the Republicans will draw the line on? Ethics appears to be an unknown concept.

    It has been obvious for a long time that they would do anything to undermine the duly elected...

09/03/2015 - 5:13pm

    Donald Trump is fast becoming a sort of villainous Pied Piper, tooting the 2016 Republican presidential mice behind him over a precipice to political suicide.

    Despite warnings after the party's 2012...

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