Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has had a lot to say about Donald Trump.
He bluntly called the Republican nominee a "racist" ahead of Monday's debate. Last week, it was "scammer in chief," as Trump continued to resist ...Read more
I left the University of Southern California forum where I watched the debate Monday night with an overwhelming sense of unease. And I've been trying to figure out why.
I've been to debates where my candidate did great ...Read more
Donald Trump, always the hero of his own tales, closed out the first presidential debate with a tribute to his own courtesy and high-mindedness: "I was going to say something extremely rough to Hillary, to her family," he ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump is a strange standard-bearer for Republicans. He espouses few of the party's traditional positions and disavows most of its icons. Almost every important conservative publication -- National ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- And now, less than six weeks from the election, what is the main event of the day? A fight between the GOP presidential nominee and a former Miss Universe, whom he had 20 years ago called Miss Piggy and other...Read more
WASHINGTON -- It is hopelessly retro, but perhaps unsurprising, that womanhood has become a prominent issue in the presidential race. This has to be bad for Donald Trump, a hall-of-shame sexist -- and good for Hillary ...Read more
Is America still a serious nation?
Consider. While U.S. elites were denouncing Donald Trump as unfit to serve for having compared Miss Universe 1996 to "Miss Piggy" of "The Muppets," the World Trade Organization was ...Read more
You've heard and read by now lots of spin and speculation about who won and where the polls are going to move after Monday's presidential debate. We'll know the answers to these questions soon. The more important question ...Read more
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BOGOTA, Colombia -- The pathway to compromise is never easy to find, at home or abroad, but it was visible in Colombia this week in the peace agreement that ended a 52-year guerrilla war. What opened this route was good ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Having quoted Freddie Blassie of professional wrestling fame in a recent column critiquing Donald Trump's debate performance, and having still been accused of elitism, I consider all bets off. So let's...Read more
The following editorial appeared in The San Diego Union-Tribune on Thursday, Sept. 29:
SpaceX Chief Executive Elon Musk used a speech Tuesday at the International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico, to outline ...Read more
The following editorial appeared in Star Tribune on Thursday, Sept. 29:
Golfer Danny Willett's brother dominated the news out of the Ryder Cup Wednesday with his colorful attack on American fans, whom he described as "...Read more
For the decided, it is unfathomable that anyone could still be undecided.
What more could anyone possibly need to know about Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump to make a decision? Even for the masses that can't abide either,...Read more
Growing up, I developed a special vocabulary to describe my body shape. "Fat" and "obese" were discarded out of hand, primarily because both terms were technically inaccurate and overly descriptive. That extra 15 to 20 ...Read more
The following editorial appeared in The Baltimore Sun on Friday, Sept. 30:
We endorse Hillary Clinton for president. But let's be honest, you are not surprised by that. Although The Baltimore Sun's record on political ...Read more
The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors:
It took nearly eight years for Congress to override a veto by President Barack Obama. It could hardly have chosen a worse measure on which to do so -- or a ...Read more
Even Trump supporters are bemoaning the fact that the Donald refused to prep sufficiently for the first presidential debate.
But his lapse was more than a display intellectual laziness. It goes to the heart of why a ...Read more
The following editorial appeared in Fort Worth Star-Telegram on Thursday, Sept. 29:
Many controversial exchanges marked Monday night's presidential debate between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, ...Read more
U.S. political leaders of both parties argue that destroying the Islamic State is America's top priority in the Middle East. In reality, that's not nearly as important as confronting the challenge posed by Iran. The ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump is the first nominee from a major party in recent memory to decline to release at least a summary of his taxes. This generates speculation that he's hiding something big, that he's not worth as ...Read more
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