We don't permanently strip criminals of freedom of speech or religion, the right not to be...
Factual accuracy and logic are no more important to Trump's followers than to him, writes Steve Chapman. They believe what they feel, not what they can prove.
An overwhelming number of white women voters already dislike Trump, Greg Sargent writes. Why does he think humiliating Hillary Clinton is going to help him among women?
In Oklahoma, lawmakers want to revoke the medical licenses of doctors who perform abortions. That’s not only unconstitutional, it puts women’s lives at risk.
Trump's scripted, telepromptered speech was intended to finally clarify his foreign policy. It produced instead a jumble, writes Charles Krauthammer.
“Add it all up and here's what you get: a candidate desperately trying to make it happen,” writes Chris Cilllizza. “And it is not happening.”
Jim Tracy doesn’t believe the Sandy Hook massacre was real. But that shouldn’t have cost him his job at Florida Atlantic University.
Trump consistently loses to Clinton in hypothetical matchups because of her 20- to 30-point margins among women. Trump seems determined to make that gap even wider.
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We don't permanently strip criminals of freedom of speech or religion, the right not to be subjected to unreasonable searches or the right against self-incrimination. Why deprive them of the vote?
Campaigning for her mother in Maryland last week, Chelsea Clinton said the Supreme Court could issue a