Why John Kasich Is Fighting the New Health-Care Bill
If Republicans measured politicians’ success by how many people they added to the welfare rolls, Ohio governor John Kasich would be the envy of his peers.
When Kasich took office in 2011, Ohio was rebounding from the Great Recession, and there ...
‘Holy Sh**’: Trump at the U.N.
As someone said on Twitter, never before has been there so much murmuring of “holy sh**” in so many different languages. Donald Trump’s speech at the United Nations was a sometimes awkward marriage of conventional Republican foreign policy and ...
Rabbis Increasingly Talk about Politics
Tomorrow night is Rosh Hashanah, one of the two High HoIy Days, or “Days of Awe,” as they are called in Hebrew. The other High Holy Day, nine days later, is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.
Just as there ...
Jann Wenner – Man of the Past
What to make of the career of Jann Wenner, who is selling the magazine he founded, Rolling Stone, capping a remarkable career in publishing?
In the Age of Trump, we are instructed to admire successful businessmen, those who have, as ...
The Real Culprit Behind North Korea’s Missile Threat May Be Vladimir Putin
Kim Jong-un sent another chilling message to the civilized world with his ICBM launch on Friday, the longest yet and the second to pass over Japan. That prompted international condemnation and a chorus of calls for the Trump administration to ...
The Democratic party faces a dilemma. Since its inception, the party has defined itself as the champion of the little guy and a bulwark against plutocracy. Over the past few years, however, a funny thing has happened: The plutocrats have ...
Reflections on the Final Solution to the Latin Mass
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Commonweal on November 10, 1967, and is republished here by permission of the Buckley Estate.
In January of this year my sister died, age 49, eldest of ten children, and mother of ten children, ...
Long Day’s Journey into Flight
Ticking away the moments that make up a dull dayFritter and waste the hours in an off-hand way
Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town
Waiting for someone or something to show you the way
To Defeat Campus Craziness Don’t Just Treat Symptoms, Cure the Disease
Let’s take a bicoastal tour of one week in campus insanity. Out west, Berkeley had to spend approximately $600,000 to guarantee the safety of a campus speaker, my friend Ben Shapiro. Local “anti-fascists” had targeted as a “white supremacist” a ...
Police Violence against Black Men Is Rare
A few days ago, former police officer Jason Stockley, who is white, was acquitted of first-degree murder; he had fatally shot Anthony Lamar Smith, who was black, in 2011. Protests started in St. Louis, where the shooting took place and Stockley ...
Eric Schneiderman Needs to Recuse Himself from Trump Investigations
New York’s attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, has reportedly been assisting with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort. The investigation is one of several criminal spinoffs of Mueller’s larger counterintelligence probe of ...
The Real Title of Hillary’s Book: Why I Should’ve Won
The news that Hillary Clinton was writing a 2016 memoir called “What Happened” caused rare bipartisan joy: Everyone, left and right, was eager to hear what she had to say. What’s it like to think you’re about to poke ...
The Man from Alabama, Pa.
It’s not an invasion, but for some in Hazleton, Pa., it feels like one. The northern Pennsylvania town is the home of Republican congressman Lou Barletta, whose 2018 campaign for Senate against incumbent Bob Casey has just begun. Barletta, the ...
Father Tom and the Full Christian Witness
Three trees were planted on a concrete island in the 1990s, in what seems like the busiest intersection in London. At first, when my Uber driver dropped me off a few blocks down, I thought it had to be some ...
Senate Backs Excess War Power for the President, Snubbing the Constitution
Only three Senate Republicans stood for the Constitution last Wednesday. Senator Rand Paul’s amendment to sunset the 2001 and 2002 Authorizations for Use of Military Force was killed with a 61–36 vote. Senators Paul, Mike Lee, and Dean Heller were the only ...
Conservatism vs. crudity, &c.
A Fox Sports personality went on a CNN show and said, “I’m a First Amendment absolutist. I believe in only two things completely: the First Amendment and boobs.” The anchorwoman could not quite believe what she was hearing. The ...
Many Americans’ moral vanity is expressed nowadays in their rage to disparage. They are incapable of measured judgments about past politics — about flawed historical figures who were forced by cascading circumstances to make difficult decisions on the basis of imperfect ...
Just after Labor Day, President Trump made two moves that pleased Democrats and worried Republicans. He sided with the Democrats on legislation to lift the federal government’s debt ceiling. He also seemed to call on Congress to grant an ...
Democrats Follow Bernie Sanders Off a Cliff
How rudderless is the Democratic party? Its membership is so bereft of leadership and policy direction that 16 of its senators have signed on to a health-care bill sponsored by a self-avowed independent democratic socialist from Vermont.
The “Medicare for All ...
Trump Turnaround Puts New Tax-Cut Writing on the Wall
Financial markets and most media pundits are missing the new writing on the wall. For a variety of reasons surrounding shrewd moves by President Trump, the chances for significant tax cuts in the next ten weeks have risen sharply.
The GOP after DACA: No one Left to Lie To
Almost two decades ago, the late essayist and controversialist Christopher Hitchens wrote a scathing book about Bill Clinton entitled “No One Left to Lie To.” The title is, ironically, an apt description of today’s GOP, which, having already caved ...
Terror in London . . . Again
The latest reporting indicates that 22 people were injured, but fortunately none killed, in this morning’s terrorist bombing in the London subway transit system.
An improvised explosive device detonated at the Parsons Green Tube station in West London shortly after 8 ...
Defenders of the recently concluded Twin Peaks: The Return revival on Showtime may insist that co-creators David Lynch and Mark Frost are at different stages of their lives and careers than they were when they originally created the show in ...
Why Trump Is Right and the Experts Are Still Wrong about the Iran Deal
The experts all agree. They are very nervous about the Trump administration’s continued dithering about whether it will again certify Iran’s compliance in the nuclear deal. As the New York Times helpfully pointed out in an article about ...
Environmentalists Know How Many Kids You Have — Too Many
Hey Neanderthals, time for some real talk: You’re killing the earth. And not because you refuse to drive hybrids, go vegan, or chunk out $20,000 to put some solar panels on your roof. No, it’s because you decided to ...
It’s Time to Reform Workplace Non-Compete Clauses
In recent years, a growing number of policymakers have looked to remove barriers to entry and competition in labor markets, such as onerous occupational-licensing laws. Now, conservatives and libertarians who want to foster healthy labor markets should turn their attention ...
Seeing the Confederacy Clear
Ed Gillespie, the veteran GOP politico, is running for governor of Virginia. He was born and raised in New Jersey — but he knows his territory, obviously. He is running, at least in part, on the monument issue: the retention of ...
House Republicans' Frustrations May Doom Their Majority
The Founding Fathers didn’t expect that serving in Congress would be a lifetime career. And for a century, it mostly wasn’t. The first election in which more than half the incumbent members of the House of Representatives were ...
Build that wall! Eventually. Or at least patch up some existing fencing. If Chuck and Nancy will agree.
Donald Trump’s signature pledge to build a border wall, a.k.a The Wall, is diminishing almost by the hour. No ...
The Chuck and Nancy Amnesty
President Trump had dinner Wednesday night with Chuck and Nancy, as he familiarly calls the Democratic leaders he apparently hopes will become his new governing partners.
Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi left the repast and promptly announced that they had ...
What Drives Trump’s Base?
At some point, Sean Hannity’s sycophantic behavior stopped bothering me. I began having fun with it, trying to guess where Hannity might draw the line and push back on something President Trump did or said, just to try and ...
Did Susan Rice Lie, Again?
Let’s begin with a brief flashback. On March 22, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes conducted a bizarre press conference on White House grounds. His claim? That Obama-administration officials had monitored members of the incoming Trump administration as part of ...
America’s New Normal Is France’s Old Normal
Editor’s Note: In a series of columns, Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, a Paris-based conservative and fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, will write on an alarming trend, which he calls the Francification of America.
France and America are countries ...
Jennifer Lawrence’s Grotesque Spoof of the Nativity
Ordinarily when a filmmaker goes trampling all over your senses with an eye toward maximizing disgust, it’s for the purpose of producing some cheap scares. In Mother, though, the aim is a macabre pastiche of people’s most cherished ...
Price-Gouging Is a Public Service
It’s the little things.
The response to our back-to-back hurricanes — from both the public sector and from civil society — shows that the American people and their institutions have made substantial improvements in their ability to endure national crises since ...
I Stand with Bikini-Wearing Baristas
Baristas in Washington state are suing for their right to serve coffee in bikinis after their city passed an ordinance demanding that they cover up — and I stand with them.
According to an article in the Seattle Times, a group ...
Planned Parenthood Is Awarded the ‘American Nobel’
This week, Hillary Clinton released What Happened, a chronicle of her failed 2016 presidential campaign, and she devotes a section to the state of “reproductive rights” in the U.S. In it, Clinton takes issue with her primary opponent Bernie Sanders’...
Trump White House Should Stop Talking about Comey
President Trump, through his press secretary, has recommended that the Justice Department, which answers to Trump, should consider prosecuting former FBI director James Comey. The statements by Sarah Huckabee Sanders were not a model of clarity, and the way they’...
My Quest to Discover What Happened
New York — “Nobody puts Hilly in the corner!”
I traced the yawp to a woman who had discovered that the line for the official release of Hillary Clinton’s book, What Happened, was already stretching around the block. It was 6:20 ...
In What Happened, Hillary Clinton’s new 512-page recollection of what was perhaps the most painful and awkward election in American history, the former secretary of state recounts an infamous debate moment she shared with Donald Trump:
We were on ...
Trump and the ‘Pivot’ to Democrats
As usual with President Trump’s more imaginative moves, the arrangement with the Democratic congressional leaders to defer the debt-ceiling issue for three months and pass hurricane relief at once was a more important step than it appears. The key ...
Trump and His Supporters Care about ‘Wins,’ Not Ideology
I used to worry that Donald Trump was Lonesome Rhodes in a better suit. I’m starting to wonder if he’s Chance the Gardener in a worse one.
Just in case you don’t get the references, Rhodes was ...
Climate McCarthyism Is on the Rise
Call it Climate McCarthyism.
The question, “Do you believe in climate change?” is the new, “Are you now or have you ever been a member of the Communist party?” Since Donald Trump’s election, climate activists, Democratic politicians, and the ...
Never Forget: Muslim Hate Crime Hoaxes
Another year. Another September 11 anniversary. Another opportunity for grievance-mongering Muslim agitators to decry the imagined “epidemic” of “Islamophobia.”
South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) convened with Mad Maxine Waters and other House Democrats in Washington, D.C., to mark a ...
The U.S. Is Not the Highest-Taxed Nation in the World
You can tell that President Trump is getting serious about tax reform, because he has started lying about it.
Trump on the stump insists that the United States is the highest-taxed nation in the world. That is . . . not exactly true, ...
Over the last two weeks we’ve heard a lot of folderol and bambosh about Republicans, conservatives, Texans — etc. — not “believing” in science because recent hurricanes have been bad and climate change is causing it and blah blah blah.
Leftism Is Not Liberalism
What is the difference between a leftist and a liberal?
Answering this question is vital to understanding the crisis facing America and the West today. Yet few seem able to do it. I offer the following as a guide.
The Education Funding Trap
The debt-limit deal punted on questions surrounding education funding (and funding in general for that matter) — a disappointment to many Republicans. But this is preferable to the Trump administration’s slash-and-burn approach to the issue if the goal is actually ...
Trump’s Republican Civil War
Trump’s not becoming an independent. His deals with Democrats and Bannon’s threats are signs that the hostile takeover of the GOP is just getting started.
There is no precedent for President Trump’s political maneuverings at the expense ...
On Criminal Justice, Sessions Is Returning DOJ to the Failed Policies of the Past
True to form, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has returned the Justice Department to the failed mindset of its past. In implementing his own tough-on-crime mantra, he has required prosecutors, in virtually all cases, to charge the most serious offenses and ...
Trump’s Successful U.N. Speech
In his speech to the United Nations, President Trump very successfully met the political and intellectual challenge he faced. He reminded the delegates that the United Nations was never meant to be a gigantic bureaucracy that would steadily become a ...
Pop Culture’s Acceptable and Unacceptable Lies
Liberals think the Emmy Awards “normalized” Sean Spicer’s lying for Trump, but they forget how their echo chamber aided Barack Obama’s Iran Deal deceptions.
In the partisan culture wars, no quarter is to be given, not even in ...
The Strange Case of Confederate Cool
How exactly did the Left romanticize the Lost Cause Confederacy, and by extension its secession and efforts to preserve slavery?
To use a shopworn phrase, “It’s complicated.”
Good Ol’ Rebels
Well before the end of Jim Crow, post-war leftist ...
Graham-Cassidy Is a Triumph of Federalism
Republicans are trying to pass health-care reform: The noontide hour returns. The latest installment of this eternal endeavor is a bill drafted by Senators Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) and Bill Cassidy (R., La.) that was introduced on September 13. The ...
The Progressive Double Standard on Feminism
While dining at the White House with President Trump last week, House minority leader Nancy Pelosi reportedly remarked, “Do the women get to talk around here?” Perhaps Pelosi should’ve directed her question to Sarah Huckabee Sanders or Hope Hicks, ...
‘Future Dead Cops’: A Hateful Tweet Exposes an Academic Cancer
When Michael Isaacson, an adjunct professor at John Jay College, publicly tweeted about his looking forward to teaching future dead police officers, more than a bit of truth about our system of post-secondary education was encoded in that message. You ...
The ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Lunacy
Donald Trump, much to his chagrin, never won an Emmy for The Apprentice, but he can now take indirect credit for a clutch of the awards.
The Hulu series The Handmaid’s Tale won eight Emmys on Sunday night, a ...
Princeton’s Constitution Day Lecture Titled ‘F%*# Free Speech’
This year’s annual Constitution Day lecture at Princeton University was titled “F%*# Free Speech: An Anthropologist’s Take on Campus Speech Debates” and maintained that “the academy has never promoted free speech as a central value.”
According to an ...
Trump-Trolling Emmys Serve Up Evening of Lowlights
‘No one deserves a bigger gratitude than the first responders,” Emmys host Stephen Colbert said during his opening monologue, thanking emergency personnel for “working tirelessly following the disasters in Texas and Florida. And we have to thank also the friends ...
Cider and Religious Freedom
On Friday, the Tennes family of Charlotte, Mich., and their family-run orchard won a temporary reprieve. The city of East Lansing, Mich., had banned them from the city’s farmer’s market because they refuse to host same-sex marriage ceremonies ...
‘Error Has No Rights’: Religious Coercion Persists, from Russia to America
On August 17, a Russian court held that the New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures published by the Jehovah’s Witnesses was “extremist” writing and banned it. One month earlier, the Russian Supreme Court declared the Jehovah’s Witnesses an “...
No Good Options in North Korea?
As the North Korean government continues its ballistic-missile testing, a chorus of voices insist that the United States has “no good options” for addressing this growing threat. With China unwilling or unable to reign in Kim Jong-un and a U....
Why Medicare for All Would Damage our Republic
Bernie Sanders remains the hot ticket in Democratic politics these days. He is hocking a “Medicare for all” program that presidential aspirants are tripping over themselves to endorse. Given the ideological trajectory of the party’s base over the last 20 ...
How to Give the Public Confidence in Charter Schools
Last month, 17 young men and women began their final year at Success Academy Charter Schools, the largest of the many stunningly successful charter networks operating in New York City. The first ever seniors at Success, these students have gained a ...
Fund Children's Health, and Harmonize Its Block Grants with Medicaid
Senate leaders recently reached agreement on a five-year extension of funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which was due to expire on September 30. CHIP, which helps states provide health-care coverage to low-income kids, is better structured than ...
Trump Didn’t Get Rolled by Pelosi and Schumer
Wimpy strikes again.
Everybody knows the Wimpy proposition: “I will gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.” In the old Popeye cartoons, no sensible person gave Wimpy a hamburger in exchange for his promised future payment. Wimpy was a ...
Beautiful and Holy: The Case for the Traditional Latin Mass
Disagreement over how the faithful should conduct their liturgy, or public worship, has dogged the Catholic Church for the past 50 years. The reasons are many, but three are especially salient:
The liturgical changes that were introduced after the Second Vatican ...
On Criminal Justice, Sessions Is Returning DOJ to the Rule of Law
Two former top Obama-appointed prosecutors co-author a diatribe against Trump attorney general Jeff Sessions for returning the Justice Department to purportedly outdated, too “tough on crime” charging practices. Yawn. After eight years of Justice Department stewardship by Eric Holder and ...
Want Less Sexual Trauma on Campus? Stop Telling the Big Lies.
In the debate over Title IX and sexual assault on campus, I keep hearing the same questions: Sure, you’re for due process, but do you also care — do you really care — about the victims of sexual assault? Where is ...
Excoriate the Left for the ‘Trump White Supremacy’ Lie
President Donald J. Trump’s left-wing enemies hurl baseless garbage at him, and hope it sticks. Their latest salvo of refuse claims that Trump has weaponized his whiteness.
While peddling What Happened, her new finger-pointing tome on why she lost ...
Is ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ Racist?
By now you’ve probably heard the claim that America’s national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” is an expression of racial hostility toward African Americans and should be either retired or at least acknowledged as a subject of national embarrassment.
Hillary’s Shallowness on Abortion
If anyone is looking for valuable insights from Hillary Clinton about how her views on abortion factored into her loss last November, they’d better look somewhere other than her new memoir, What Happened. The book’s fleeting discussion of ...
Mother! and Brad’s Status Indulge Personal Neuroses
After destroying the prelapsarian world in Noah, indie director Darren Aronofsky has returned to his formula. In his sensationalized allegory Mother! Aronofsky sends a nameless woman (Jennifer Lawrence) through a gauntlet of masochistic paranoia, blames modern male chauvinism, and then ...
War with North Korea Is a Distinct Possibility
Retired Navy captain Jerry Hendrix is a good friend and a fine defense analyst. He has written an essay that begins with an account of what happened on board the USS Fitzgerald after it was struck by a container vessel ...
Old-Guard Democrats Refuse to Leave the Stage
‘How can we miss you if you don’t go away?” That is the question Democrats concerned about bringing their party back from the wilderness should be asking this week, as their top three “stage hogs” — Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, ...
Et Tu, Boise State? Professor Explains the Culture Wars, Campus Erupts
At Boise State University, in deep-red Idaho, a group of students is demanding that the university fire political scientist Scott Yenor for his scholarship on the intellectual history of feminism and the transgender movement. Even worse, some administrators are piling ...
Immigration Hawks Lick Their Wounds after Trump’s About-Face
‘At this point, who doesn’t want Trump impeached?” — Ann Coulter tweet, 7:05 a.m., September 14, 2017.
“If reports true 100%. I blame R’s. They caused this. They wanted him to fail and now pushed him into arms of political suicide — if ...
Do Conservatives Take Rape Seriously?
Have conservatives forsaken rape victims? That’s one of the more challenging questions posed following the furor over Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s announcement that her department will revise the Obama-era guidance on how sexual-assault allegations are to be handled ...
The Democrats Wanted Trump
Former Democratic-party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is back doing what she does best: selling books. What Happened, her newest, doesn’t feature a question. It has answers. Clinton blames the FBI. She blames sexism and fake news. She blames the “...
The Comforting Thing about Hearing Speech You Find Offensive
Ben Shapiro is set to speak at University of California–Berkeley Thursday night, and the school is offering counseling sessions to help panicked students deal with their distress.
“We are deeply concerned about the impact some speakers may have on ...
Editor’s note: This piece appears in the October 2, 2017, print issue of National Review. We are posting it online immediately because the story is rapidly developing.
President Trump has announced the end of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a ...
Trump’s DACA Comments Maximize Pain for Republicans
The prospect of an agreement on DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) between Donald Trump and Democratic leaders has caused an avalanche of rumors and no small amount of wailing and gnashing of teeth in certain sectors of the commentariat. ...
Why Millennials Support School Choice
Two national surveys, eight months apart and conducted by different pollsters, have found incredibly strong support for school choice among Millennials. In January, Beck Research — on behalf of my employer, the American Federation for Children — found that 75 percent of Millennials ...
Fifteen Democratic senators have signed on to a universal-health-care bill introduced Wednesday by independent Bernie Sanders. Dubbed “Medicare for All,” the bill is light on specifics, but it constitutes an undisguised proposal to nationalize health care. The most important consideration ...
What If South Korea Acted Like North Korea?
Think of the Korean Peninsula turned upside down.
Imagine if there were a South Korean dictatorship that had been in power, as a client of the United States since 1953.
Imagine also that contemporary South Korea was not the rich, democratic ...
The Burdens of Progressivism: A New Novel
Life is exhausting — and daily choices are unbearably burdensome — for some Americans who are so comfortably situated that they have the time and means to make themselves morally uncomfortable. They think constantly about what they believe are the global ripples, ...
The Democratic Push for Single-Payer Could Hand Trump a Second Term
Today is single-payer day. Bernie Sanders is introducing the Medicare for All Act of 2017, and this time he’s no lone socialist crying in the progressive wilderness. A total of 15 Democratic senators are backing his bill, including most of the ...
A Last-Ditch Assault on Obamacare
The final push has begun. Today, Republican senators Lindsey Graham (S.C.), Bill Cassidy (La.), Dean Heller (Nev.), and Ron Johnson (Wis.) formally announced a new health-care plan; at the end of the month, Congress’s current budget resolution, and ...
The Iran Deal’s Backers Are Getting Desperate
Supporters of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, otherwise known as the JCPOA, are worried. They know President Trump is on the brink of refusing to certify the agreement to Congress next month and withdrawing from it. To stop this from ...
Seattle’s New Income Tax Bodes Ill for the City’s Economy
Signs reading “Step Forward for Progressive Taxation,” “Trump-proof Seattle | Tax the Rich,” and “Tax the Rich, House the Homeless” adorned a June city council hearing in Seattle. Those brandishing the signs were proponents of the resolution up for discussion, an ...
How a Democratic New York City Councilwoman Became a Crusader for School Choice
Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from The Education of Eva Moskowitz: A Memoir. It is reprinted here with permission.
I was hopeful my Education Committee’s hearings would contribute to real changes in the teachers’-union contract, ...
Ben Stiller’s Inconvenient Truths
Ben Stiller has built a career around humiliating himself on screen, but in his new film he channels a newer, deeper level of unease. This time it’s not the frank and beans but the hopes and dreams that are ...
Chuck and Clint and guns, &c.
A couple of nights ago, I was watching University Challenge, the British quiz show. (There is little I like to do more.) Jeremy Paxman was putting a question to the team from Trinity College, Oxford. The question related to America.
No, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Trump Isn’t ‘America’s First White President’
Why must conversations about race inevitably devolve to the extreme? Why can’t we address human choices in all their individual complexity? Could it be possible that people have mixed motives, or that the actions of small minorities can’t ...
What a way to peddle books.
Hillary Clinton, the woman who lost the White House to a candidate who never competed seriously for so much as a school-board seat, took to the airwaves to slander the man who crushed her ...
How a Progressive Interest Group Used Fake News to Hijack Amy Barrett’s Judicial-Confirmation Hearing
Notre Dame Law School professor Amy Coney Barrett graciously suffered many indignities during a Senate hearing last week concerning her nomination to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, including a gamut of questions about her religious ...
Throwing Away the Russian Card
“They [the North Koreans] will eat grass but will not stop their program as long as they do not feel safe.”— Vladimir Putin, Beijing, China, September 5, 2017
China has put the U.S. into an existential dilemma. Its surrogate North Korea — ...
Getting Schooled in Virginia
Virginia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ralph Northam pledges in a new commercial that if he is elected, he will raise teacher pay, emphasize science and math, and make college more affordable — because “every child in Virginia should know if they work ...
Is Big Ice Cream Trying to Hijack Our Democracy?
It may shock you to learn that the multimillionaire co-founder of a global ice-cream empire has been meeting with elected officials in the hopes of fundamentally altering our Constitution. This individual proposes amending the Bill of Rights for the first ...
The Schumer Option Is a Dead End
President Trump is looking for a congressional leader he likes. Mitch McConnell has been found wanting, so now the president is flirting with Chuck Schumer.
Trump sided with Schumer and Nancy Pelosi last week on an agreement to extend the ...