I just returned from getting an oil change. In the waiting room at the car dealership, a guy was reading The First Assassin! Okay, I’ll admit it: Our daughters play soccer together, so this wasn’t exactly a pure coincidence. But it was pleasant surprise. There are many small thrills attached to the writing life. Seeing your name in print is one of them. More rewarding, in its way, is watching a total stranger read your work. I’ve had the experience several times, usually on the Metro with a person who clutches an issue of National Review or the Wall Street Journal. It’s always special.
Beware: Those arguing the Dems are making a miscalculation have got it all wrong.
Without reconciliation, the measure would have a tough time passing the evenly divided Senate.
The Kentucky Republican on Tuesday forced a point of order vote on holding an impeachment trial.
Acting Attorney General Monty Wilkinson sent a new memo to federal prosecutors, saying the department would return to the earlier policy of deciding cases.
Biden plans to bolster outreach and enrollment programs as well as scrap changes to Medicare made by the Trump administration.
Klain advocated for President Biden’s plan for reopening schools in 100 days and backed teachers’ objections to teaching in-person.