I’m still going to post them from time to time, but I’m going to slow it down. The anecdotal stuff can be misleading and besides my email box is filling up with two kinds of email: “Hey my lines were short!” and “Hey, my lines were really, really long!” That’s it. Also, reports from base states really aren’t that exciting. So unless you’ve got a really important story to tell, please hold off. It’s going to be a long day.
Biden’s argument that racial animus is an omnipresent force in American life only sows discord and makes reforms harder to achieve.
Thirty-five years later, there is much to learn from one of the most enduring and poignant presidential addresses and how it came to be.
Biden’s trans policies are ‘doing nobody any favors,’ says Scott Newgent.
If he treated the issue as more than an occasion for taxpayer-funded political patronage, he might actually get somewhere.
Economic nationalism has become the new ‘Washington Consensus.’
Presto: Nothing the president can do about COVID deaths! And don’t even think about a special counsel to investigate collusion or quid pro quos.