Trouncing outlier GOP candidates will help, not hurt, his reelection chances.
The former vice president is very sorry about segregationists, the crime bill, Anita Hill, and getting beaten up by his rivals.
Tehran’s best chances of a face-saving exit from the current impasse hinge on coming to the table in the next year.
Since Trump took office, of course.
Democratic presidential candidates continue to swear her race was stolen.
Downplaying the role of Muslim immigrants distorts the truth.
He may not want to demolish the Jefferson Memorial, but his PC instincts and conventionally liberal views suggest he won’t stand up to the Left.
Harvard follows in the ACLU’s footsteps by ditching deans who are defending Harvey Weinstein.