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Trump Reaches for Gravitas in His First Prime-Time Oval Office Speech
Perhaps the venue, which Americans associate with big, consequential issues, can help convince a skeptical public that Trump needs his border wall.
Need a Democratic Platform? How About Harry Truman’s From 1948?
Democrats 70 years ago made a lot of promises that are still, and even especially, relevant today
Bibi and the Christian Right Agree: Trump Is the New Cyrus the Great
Netanyahu gives his friend the president the great favor of reinforcing conservative Evangelical belief that Trump’s the supreme virtuous pagan.
Billy Graham Lived at the Crossroads of Faith and Power
After getting too close to Richard Nixon, Billy Graham stayed away from partisan politics. But his son Franklin Graham is up to his ears in it.
Trump’s Approval Ratings: How Low Can They Go?
The answer could swing the midterm election.
Looking to Harry Truman to Understand Hillary Clinton
What if Hillary governs like Harry?
You Know Who Else Wanted to Abolish the CIA?
Bernie Sanders’s 40-year-old call to abolish the
isn’t as radical as his opponents seem to believe.
Everyone Is Butchering ‘the Buck Stops Here’
Harry Truman’s famous saying didn’t mean that the president is responsible for everything that happens.