Trump backed his personal Titanic up again and again, and tried to just ram through the iceberg, over and over. He was even up early this morning, providing yet another day's legs for this story.
There could be many causes of the tragic NJ Transit train crash yesterday. But assuming it wasn't willful intent, we know that a contributing factor was a lack of investment in new technology.
The attitude of respect -- for people and for America's norms and laws -- seems alien to Mr. Trump's character. What basis, then, is there for believing that -- in wielding the mighty powers of the presidency.
The audience, when the debate actually happens, will be huge. Tremendous, in fact. Some (we won't say who) are even predicting it could be a bigger television event worldwide than the 1969 moon landing.
Yesterday Governor Chris Christie vetoed an automatic voter registration bill that would have put New Jersey at the vanguard of the national movement to modernize voter registration, facilitating access to voting for nearly half a million eligible but unregistered New Jersey citizens.
This piece will be running in newspapers in my conservative congressional District in Virginia (VA-06). I've always been politically liberal, because...
The choice in this election is illustrated by the stark contrast between running mates: the religious bullying of Mike Pence, who signed a law requiring funerals for aborted fetuses, versus the humble faith that drove the young Tim Kaine to teach carpentry and welding as a missionary in Honduras.
When you combine a Putin personality (says Kasparov) with a sociopath (says author of "Art of The Deal"), you get a Convention that wants to jail Hillary Clinton. Stuart Stevens & Ron Reagan agree that he's unlikely to win but may splinter the GOP into Reform-icon and Nativist Wings.
That this whole GOP event feels somehow out-of-step seems appropriate. If there is a word for this convention so far it might be "soulless," as if the zombies of The Walking Dead suddenly were in a position to vote, make speeches, influence policy decisions -- and dance.
A chill went down my spine when I saw private remarks from Chris Christie, regarding one of Donald Trump's first moves, if he is elected.
A few of my college students copied entire papers - in one case, a paper was bought off an internet site. But mostly, they lifted bits and pieces verbatim, without citing their sources. I'd still give them an F. It doesn't matter if you cheat a little or you cheat a lot, you're still a cheater.
The coming presidential election could cause a liberty lover to commit ritual seppuku. A left-wing corporatist and friend of influence-peddlers will face off against an unprincipled populist who supports big government and carries protectionist and anti-immigration banners.
These are exciting political questions, eliciting no shortage of educated guesses and snarky tweets. But what's harder to find is real data. The public polling -- while not flawed -- ultimately just measures underlying partisanship or the hard ID of the different candidates.
Donald Trump is set to announce his running mate in the 2016 presidential election on Friday. Four individuals have repeatedly been mentioned as strong contenders for the position by sources close to the Trump campaign.
The anticipation is killing us: What name will appear along with Donald Trump's on the Republican ticket? The presumptive nominee could announce his VP pick any day now, just in time for the Republican National Convention in Cleveland next week.
Sources close to Jared Kushner, who is Ivanka Trump's husband, say that Kushner has been telling them that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will b...