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Andrew Sullivan: The Issue That Could Lose the Next Election for Democrats

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Andrew Sullivan: The Issue That Could Lose the Next Election for Democrats

The left increasingly sees any distinction between citizens and noncitizens as racist — and that will only benefit President Trump.

North Korea’s Only Nuclear-Test Site Is Suffering From ‘Tired Mountain Syndrome’

Despite the risks associated with the exhaustion, Pyongyang is unlikely to give the site a break.

GOP Deficit Hawkery Dies in the Dark of Night

House GOP ends its tough talk about spending and deficits in a rush to cut taxes.

Hilarious Paul Ryan Forgets to Mention That He’s Concealing Trump Tax Returns

It’s too bad Paul Ryan is a powerless comedian rather than some kind of high-ranking federal officeholder.

Billionaire Democrat Launches TV Ads Pushing to Impeach Trump

The first ad asks viewers to “demand that elected officials take a stand on impeachment.”

Judge Rules That Trump Pardon Doesn’t Erase Joe Arpaio’s Conviction

She said he escaped punishment, but that doesn’t “revise the historical facts.”

Obama, Bush Both Blast Trump Without Saying His Name

In separate speeches on Thursday, the two former presidents aired their grievances with the current occupant of the White House.

Senate Narrowly Approves Budget, an Ostensibly Easy Hurdle on the Road to Tax Cuts

It looks like they’ll avoid a conference committee, too, so now they can get started on the hard part of the tax-reform process.

Trump Courts Appearance of Impropriety in Interviewing U.S. Attorney Candidates

He personally interviewed U.S. attorney candidates in jurisdictions where cases against him or his businesses might arise.

Will It Be Trump Versus Bannon in 2018 Senate Primaries?

If the recent Alabama primary is any indication, it’s possible neither the president nor his former confidant is going to make much of a difference.

Trump on Federal Government’s Puerto Rico Response: ‘I’d Say It Was a 10’

The American people, according to a recent poll, do not agree.

Spain Is Dealing With an Unprecedented Political Crisis

Madrid prepares to bring Catalonia under its direct control, a move it has never undertaken in the history of its democracy.

John Kelly Tried to Explain Trump’s Comments to the Widow of Fallen Soldier

Trump “expressed his condolences in the best way he could,” the White House chief of staff said.

Voter Suppression May Have Won Wisconsin for Trump

There’s growing evidence that GOP efforts to discourage voting were as important as any Clinton mistakes in turning the crucial state red.

George W. Bush Bashes Bigotry, Bullying, and Lies But Doesn’t Use Trump’s Name

After spending the Obama administration learning to paint, Bush emerges with a critical speech of Trump.

Why You Might Be Seeing a Bipartisan Health-Care Bill in December

Republicans need cover to do the right thing on stabilizing Obamacare markets, and a fat, must-pass spending bill could be the ticket.

 

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