A new phrase entered the English language over the past few years: “the new normal.” It is designed to describe a deteriorating political, economic, or social condition that is likely to become routine in the future.
On election night, the Republican Party lost 26 seats in the House, a serious erosion but not a catastrophic one.
All of Washington is fulminating and overflowing with adverbs to describe Michael Cohen’s guilty plea to charges of lying to Congress. But let’s keep in mind what Cohen did and did not say.
The blatant Russian aggression against Ukraine in the Kerch Strait off the coast of Crimea is an out-and-out act of aggression and demands a vigorous response from the United States.
The Republicans lost control of the House largely because they had the wrong campaign strategy.
Facing failure in New York City’s public schools, radical Mayor Bill de Blasio initiated a program of Renewal Schools and pumped over $400 million into turning around failing schools.
The polling in the 2018 election was terrible. Four out of ten polls in the hotly contested Senate and governor races that played out throughout the country were wrong (predicted the wrong winner).
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Now that Jeff Sessions has resigned, the path is clear to name an Attorney General who will really prosecute the guilty parties in the FBI, DOJ, and Hillary Clinton in both her email and State Department pay-for-play scandals. Way about time!
Hillary Clinton has been toxic for Bill Clinton’s legacy.
Since he left the White House, his history has been one of sharply declining favorability ratings whenever she runs.
The 2018 midterms are balanced on a razor’s edge.