ATLANTA -- In the first presidential speech to the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in more than three decades, Donald Trump on Friday pledged to repay gun owners for helping to propel him to his stunning rise ...Read more
WASHINGTON –– The federal ethics agency is reviewing every waiver of conflict-of-interest rules that President Donald Trump's appointees have received.
A memorandum from the U.S. Office of Government Ethics seeks ...Read more
My adopted hometown of Washington has been accused, not always unfairly, of being a city full of scheming climbers who are frantically courting the company and the favor of the powerful. In this and so many respects, ...Read more
NEW YORK -- President Donald Trump's leading candidate to run the nation's most prestigious prosecutor's office infuriated government lawyers a decade ago by testifying as a defense witness for a former Illinois governor ...Read more
NEW YORK -- The Trump administration's proposal to cut the tax rate on partnerships and limited liability companies could set off a stampede of individual taxpayers trying to reclassify themselves as so-called pass-through...Read more
If you were paying attention to what we learned about Donald Trump during the 2016 campaign, then you know that the president of the United States was once the impresario of a student-swindling Trump University, the ...Read more
Credit where credit is due: President Trump’s tax plan is only one page long and yet contains volumes’ worth of dumb ideas. And there’s fierce competition for which part is dumbest.
Maybe it’s White House economic...Read more
"The wall will get built, folks!"
That's President Donald Trump fielding media questions Tuesday in his typically sophomoric vocabulary as the clock ticks on his first 100 days in office.
"The wall gets built 100 percent...Read more
You Shall Know Our Names (The Judah Halevi Journals) (Volume 1)Ezekiel Nieto Benzion
When Ezekiel Benzion's grandfather handed him the dusty journals written by Doctor Judah Halevi Nieto, he begged, "Before I die, tell me why our family protected these for two hundred years. Who were these men? And why were they revered?" The search for answers led to ...
Tom Perez just said pro-life Americans are not welcome in the Democratic Party. He suggested they should surrender their U.S. passports, because they don't belong in this country, either. Of course, he didn't put it in ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The first 100 days benchmark that President Donald Trump will pass on Saturday, in so many ways, sums up his presidency to date: He has both dismissed it as "ridiculous" while also endorsing its value through...Read more
Jonathan Haidt is a member of one of America's smallest fraternities -- those who attempt to see beyond their own prejudices. In the left-leaning Chronicle of Higher Education, he notes that "intimidation is the new normal...Read more
WASHINGTON -- “I was one very lucky kid,” wrote retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn in a 2016 memoir about his bumpy childhood in a working-class Rhode Island family. “I was one of those nasty tough kids, hell-bent on ...Read more
NEW YORK -- There are so many unusual, unprecedented aspects of Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office that it’s hard to know where to begin. By his own yardstick, the number of promises unfulfilled is staggering. ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Yesterday’s conventional wisdom: A wave of insurgent populism is sweeping the West, threatening its foundational institutions -- the European Union, the Western alliance, even liberal democracy itself.
WASHINGTON -- As we cross the finish line of Donald Trump’s first 100 days, no leader in recent memory has benefited more from low expectations. A more typical president who tumbled from an approval rating in the high ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- You would think that the Trump administration, with so many emigres from the business world, could at least perform simple arithmetic. Judging by the president’s looney-tunes tax plan, you would be wrong.
Has President Donald Trump outsourced foreign policy to the generals?
So it would seem. Candidate Trump held out his hand to Vladimir Putin. He rejected further U.S. intervention in Syria other than to smash ISIS.
He ...Read more
Capital vs. countryside -- that's the new political divide, visible in multiple surprise election results over the past 11 months. It cuts across old partisan lines and replaces traditional divisions -- labor vs. ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- He won confirmation of a Supreme Court justice. He withdrew from a sweeping planned trade deal with 12 Pacific Rim countries. And he revived construction of the contentious Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil ...Read more
PUEBLO, Colo. -- To read the polls and hear the pundits, President Donald Trump's first 100 days have been an utter disaster, ranking among the worst in history. But that's not how Karen Malady sees it.
The 59-year-old ...Read more
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