“Trumpism is an ideological wasteland where anger is the only point and winning is the only...
“The grandest of marketeers, Trump has cast a spell over a swath of America, inspiring them not with soaring rhetoric but with dark harbingers of worse to come,” writes Kathleen Parker. “In the familiar way of despots, tyrants and kings, he has made the many feel better by...
Hillary Clinton believes in diplomacy backed by military strength. What Donald Trump believes about foreign policy is anybody’s guess.
Donald Trump tried to convince voters America is on the verge of collapse. Hillary Clinton will offer a more hopeful vision built on Obama’s legacy, writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
People thought Tim Kaine was boring. They were wrong — he’s the perfect choice for Hillary Clinton’s running mate, writes Jonathan Capehart.
“In his acceptance speech, Trump drew lusty cheers as he blamed Clinton for all the trouble in the world,” writes Steve Chapman. “The stark irony is that if anyone in the race is likely to uphold the traditional Republican strategy, it's Clinton.”
Cruz, McConnell and Ryan represented the anti-Trump faction in Cleveland, writes Charles Krauthammer. On the loyalist side — Gingrich, Pence, Giuliani and Christie.
Republicans say they revere Ronald Reagan. Then why did they just choose a nominee who rejects his ideals?
“Trumpism is an ideological wasteland where anger is the only point and winning is the only objective,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr. “Here in Cleveland, we have seen what the wasteland looks like.”
A few years ago, Texas’ voter ID law probably would’ve survived a legal challenge. But not today, writes Noah Feldman.
Ivanka Trump’s speech was a home run, writes Chris Cillizza. But will undecided voters recognize the grim portrait of America painted by her father?