An unabashed defense of the Trump administration’s favorite object of ire.
America’s longest war stumbles into its next phase.
It can be easier to whisper in a president’s ear from outside the White House.
Trump's Rasputin has left the building. That doesn't mean he still won't be whispering in the president's ear.
Alt-right bloggers are singling out government employees deemed hostile to the president’s agenda.
After his most recent trip abroad, the president deserves credit for consistency — but not much else.
In the White House “Game of Thrones for morons,” Steve Bannon is trying to turn the president against his national security advisor.
We should celebrate H.R. McMaster’s staffing and organizational wins, but whether or not they are superficial remains to be seen.
And is the National Security Council shake-up the beginning of the end for Steve Bannon?
National Security Advisor McMaster asserts his control in a shake-up of the NSC, but Bannon remains a powerful voice inside the White House.
He’s still the same old, uninformed, easily manipulated, egomaniac — surrounded by second-raters, lickspittles, and extremists.
The closest analogy for Donald Trump is Henry VIII — and Steve Bannon may not have his ear for long.
Tearing down a system that, for all its missteps, helped produce decades of peace among the great powers, spread democracy, and share unparalleled progress is not the way to put Americans first.