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If he's asked to prove a negative, he has to be given room to try. [Read More]
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Amid the range of outcomes, one thing stands out: A prolife cause joined to a party that can't win female votes and seems to have... [Read More]
One of the many paradoxes of the Trump era is that our unusual president couldn't have been elected, and couldn't survive politically today, without the... [Read More]
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Repealing Roe will be a hollow victory if the anti-abortion cause is hitched to a party that's seen as anti-woman. [Read More]
Even if it wins its long-desired victory at the high court and more anti-abortion legislation becomes possible, an anti-abortion cause joined to a party that... [Read More]
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Repealing Roe won't matter if the anti-abortion cause is hitched to a party that's seen as anti-woman. [Read More]
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The political interest of the country might be better served with a nominee who didn't have to be confirmed under a cloud of suspicion. [Read More]
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A new survey reveals the Republican Party's religious divide. [Read More]
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The Swedish election is a reminder of just how far populism has come, but also how a disliked and weakened center holds. [Read More]
Amid the Resistance-y funeral rites of John McCain, the president's latest Twitter rants against his attorney general and the wild White House stories being circulated... [Read More]
There are two kinds of internal White House resistance, and only one is fully justified. [Read More]
Trump has torn through some establishment restraints on his conduct, but his weakness is still the major story of his presidency. [Read More]
Our polarizing immigration debate revolves around the Wall and the border because we've just experienced a long wave of immigration from our southern neighbors. But... [Read More]
Framing the midterms as Election Day draws closer. [Read More]
At the movies and in court, a rising minority claims the spotlight. [Read More]
ViganĂ²'s document reveals a corrupt Roman old guard who must be sidelined... [Read More]
The lesson of these bitter decades is that any faction hoping to lead Roman Catholicism out of crisis should begin with purges within its own... [Read More]
The Catholic Church needs leaders who can purge corruption even among their own theological allies. The pope is failing that test. [Read More]
In the aftermath of the 2012 election, when just about everyone assumed Mitt Romney lost because he didn't win enough Hispanic votes, election analyst Sean... [Read More]
Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2018 -- Turning out disaffected whites is more politically effective than most people imagined after 2012, but white voters are ultimately too... [Read More]
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