Donald Trump's decision to back down in northern Syria now not only has cost our erstwhile allies, the Kurds, in their blood. Now Trump's cowardice may well result in American blood spilled, as well.
One cannot but think network executives will slide one more Tucker Carlson clone into Shepard's old time slot, and the pretense of being Fox "News" will finally have come to a final, screeching end.
Some 11,000 Kurds have given their lives in the fight against ISIS. And now Donald Trump has sold them out, plain and simple. That is a political calculus all Americans can easily understand.
A new Washington Post poll is out Tuesday, and it's not good news for Trump. Even Republicans are starting to back impeachment.
The truth is that Perry has not been alone in his ignorance: the Department of Energy historically has been a very misunderstood federal agency.
I hope Johnson thinks what he had to say Sunday was worth it. The fact that he is unlikely to be invited back to Meet The Press any time soon is the least of Johnson's problems.
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Democrats must not--never--emulate the Trump team's habit for dissembling and dishonesty.
Although conventional wisdom in Washington seems to suggest that the House will impeach Donald Trump while the Republican-led Senate will vote to acquit, in reality, I think it’s in the Republican’s best interests to impeach him in the House and then convict him in the Senate.
Both Biden and Sanders would be well advised to finally take the issues of health and age on, in a head-on and forthright way which could satisfy the majority of American voters.