Trump was right: someone wanted to make others look bad
There’s a long history of skepticism among ex-spooks.
There is nothing subtle about the Trump administration’s pro-steel bent.
Under the government’s current interpretation of the law, unfortunately, the answer is yes.
Paul Ryan’s plan has all the sustainability of one designed by a right-wing Robespierre.
Big Bird doesn’t need the money, and neither do so many other organizations grabbing special privileges and advantages through access to the federal largess pool.
Trump’s insistence on national solidarity, rejection of globalism, and demand for total patriotism channel TR.
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Something’s happening here, what it is ain’t exactly clear.
It’s not that he did no wrong. It’s that conditions weren’t right for the public to care.
Can it happen again?
My head talks about our parlous state of extreme political polarization