If Barrett is nominated, misreadings of this passage are, I suspect, going to have to be batted down again and again.
Just imagine how desperate the attacks will get if she is actually nominated.
In Bloomberg Opinion, I argue that the criticisms are mostly mistaken.
Romney announced this morning that he does not intend to follow Stephens’s advice, but it’s worth deconstructing his argument anyway.
The “paper of record” has also taken to quietly altering the published text of the project itself after one of its claims came under intense criticism. . . .
Donald Trump is a distinctive-looking and an intensely hated creature in Washington. That inevitably is reflected in how he is portrayed in the press.
'Washington Post' columnist Jennifer Rubin dropped the “conservative” modifier from her Twitter bio.
Media partisans believe that destroying Trump justifies any biased means necessary.
The consequences of a policy matter more than who’s pouncing over the proposal.