Mona Charen on why threatening the Republic disqualifies people like Glenn Youngkin.
Philip Rotner on the John Eastman memo.
Tim Miller throws cold water on Betomania.
Giving the IRS the tools it needs to catch tax evaders.
Kim Wehle: Unlike H.R. 1, the new Freedom to Vote Act has the backing of Joe Manchin.
Shay Khatiri argues: Our foreign policy decisions aren’t just about our friends and enemies—they’re also about who we are.
Benjamin Parker on why, like most autocrats, he has no successor lined up.
No, the COVID vaccines will not change your DNA or RNA.
Matthew Rees on a birthday, a bus accident, and a terrorist attack.
Republicans exploited the issue, using xenophobia and anti-Muslim sentiment to score points.
Mona Charen wonders: If we can’t come to terms on abortion, can we agree on adoption?
Nicholas Grossman on why the Times columnist insists on defending a version of the Republican party that doesn't exist.