Donald Trump is a lucky man, and in nothing is he luckier than in his opposition: Reid, Obama, Hillary Clinton and the DNC have given him everything he wants.
Carrie Fisher was a fine actress and writer, but Vera Rubin discovered a huge, hidden swath of the universe and profoundly changed our understanding of it.
The presidential inaugural celebrations are about much more than the new president; they're about two centuries of peaceful, constitutional transfers of power.
Between house guests, travel and final exams, December is a stressful month; don't make it worse by sweating the small stuff or having a stroke; eat a cookie.
If the worry is electoral integrity, a recount in the WiMP states won't help. We need recounts in random precincts across the country, from now until doomsday.
Castro brought Cuba universal health care and education, and the return of oxen as farm equipment and donkey carts as transportation. The left will miss him.
This is the same country Obama was proud of in July, and the same country its detractors have been ashamed of for decades: Imperfect and great, always America.
The SPLC reported a spike in hate incidents in the week after Trump's election. Against a background of 250,000 hate incidents per year, how can they tell?
Melania won't be wearing off-the-rack for Donald's inauguration. She has her choice of world renowned designers, so Mrs. Trump doesn't care. But should you?
Post Trump's election, most people seem to be going about their business as usual, perhaps a little more hopeful or a little more fearful, but keeping their wits about them.
After a long and brutal campaign season, Americans need a holiday. Please, President Trump, you have a pen; how about a Post-Election Recuperation Day?
The Electoral College is anti-democratic and archaic, but that doesn't mean that it's necessarily a bad thing; there are some good reasons to keep it.
Donald Trump—President-elect Trump—ignited a political fire that has carried him to the White House. Will he watch it burn down Washington? Can he control it?
The Trump and Clinton campaigns can get in the gutter of political blood sport, but we shouldn't join them; when it's over, we'll have to unify as Americans.
Trump is a disaster, and an unnecessary one. Doubly unnecessary: He doesn't have to be an ignoramus and Republicans didn't have to nominate him. But here we are.
No matter how low the campaign goes, it can always go lower, and it can get stranger. And after a strange and low week, Donald Trump is a point up on Clinton.
If Hillary Clinton wins the White House, it won't be because of Evan McMullin. The fault will be Trump's, and his supporters should own their part in it.
The Trump and Clinton campaigns and their most ardent supporters are united on this: A third-party vote is a wasted vote, a copout, an act of false virtue, and an endorsement of evil.
The Supreme Court is not and should not be a representative body; sometimes the court should even be on the side of corporations, the powerful and the wealthy.
The left sees Trump's supporters in terms of class: Poor and white means poor character. But if they look too hard in the mirror, Trump will look back at them.