The coronavirus debate is about much more than masks.
Debra J. Saunders is the White House correspondent for the Las Vegas Review-Journal. firstname.lastname@example.org … @DebraJSaunders on Twitter. 202-662-7391
With his no-drama demeanor during the vice presidential debate Wednesday, Pence showed America how Trump would look if he acted like a politician: like a president.
Former Vice President Joe Biden probably didn’t win many votes during the first presidential debate, but President Donald Trump may have lost some.
President Trump bucked the foreign policy establishment and critics when he decided to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, but that move has led to peace deals in the region.
Gov. Steve Sisolak’s differing standards for political protests and presidential rallies came into sharp relief when President Donald Trump visited Las Vegas recently.
It’s Trump’s Achilles Heel. He may love being president, but that doesn’t mean he should act like he owns the White House and treat it like a family business.
Some people are quick to blame Trump for coronavirus deaths, but they give Democrats a pass.
Kamala Harris wasn’t a hard-core district attorney in San Francisco nor a tough-on-crime attorney general in California, but she was still selected as the Democrats’ vice presidential nominee.
Bipartisan group warns that President Trump will not accept the 2020 election results, but their solutions are even worse.
The Lincoln Project, a group of Republicans campaigning against President Donald Trump and his supporters, say they love their party, but it’s a dysfunctional, destructive kind of love.
President Trump has withheld aid from states that want it but has sent federal agents to help police cities that don’t want the help.
There must be no real outrages left in America if so-called progressives have nothing better to do than turn their collective rage on Goya, whose CEO visited President Trump at the White House.
Keeping schools closed because of the coronavirus doesn’t make Americans safer and leaves kids behind in education.