All candidates should say where they stand on this perilous transformation of American politics.
What happens in November will affect what can be accomplished during the last two years of LePage’s governorship.
Last week, Donald Trump said he is trying to pivot. For a few days afterwards, Trump talked somewhat differently and appeared to shift his position on immigration, the issue with which he started his campaign. But pivoting highlights Trump’s campaign woes and probably won’t convince people who have already created impressions of him. As political […]
In the most recent ABC/Washington Post poll, only one-third of Americans see Trump as having “the kind of personality and temperament to serve effectively as president.”
This political season’s peculiarities should not obscure the seriousness of the choice.
Bernie Sanders has urged his supporters to run for office and get involved in local campaigns. That’s a route followed by numerous Democrats who have been disappointed by a political loss.
Trump is authentically something, but it’s not authentically honest.
I went to a vigil for the victims of the Orlando massacre, and it was not enough.
Sanders must decide how he’ll end his campaign. The Sanders and Clinton camps need to make amends. And Trump needs to focus on how he’ll run his campaign.
This whole column could be filled with the names of reliable Republicans who won’t vote for Trump, but Susan Collins and Bruce Poliquin are not on that list.