Stephen Hunter looks at the series of unfortunate events that unfolded which led to the disaster of the coronavirus pandemic response in the United States.
A record number of people voted in the 2020 presidential election. Donald Trump lost, Joe Biden won. Now, GOP legislators across the country are trying to pass measures to limit voting.
The vote to acquit former President Trump for inciting the attack on the Capitol is a symptom of the dramatic decline of the U.S. constitutional system, which is being eroded from within.
The 45th president of the United States used a specific technique to tell different versions of the very same story, of a nation under threat and a man working to save it.
While Donald Trump left office with the lowest approval ratings ever, I don’t think the Capitol riot should be his only legacy. He’s got so many additional losses to chalk, too.
Prior to 2016, the Republicans were steered by a man who sold himself to elect kings and build a party. That deal with the devil did not survive Donald Trump.
Donald Trump is getting the chaotic, violent, blood-soaked sendoff that he always demanded—but he might have overstepped the mark this time.
With two weeks left to go in the White House, Donald Trump’s presidency has devolved into a procession of denial, coercion, and golf.
With 70% of Republicans still believing that the election was stolen, I’m wondering why we Americans are so politically dim.
Caitlin Johnstone highlights what Americans actually voted against in record numbers: not against Trump, but against abuse from mass media.