The Washington Post’s Fact Checker has followed the utterances of Trump since his candidacy but has also begun keeping score of them.
Just now, Friedman told the Economic Club of Minnesota, he’s been trying to figure out “why every political party in the world is blowing up.”
Without any action by Tuesday, a temporary exemption will expire and tariffs of 25 percent on European steel and 10 percent on aluminum will go into effect.
The Republican establishment has lost out to insurgents, who have new sources of campaign support and who benefit from new ways to communicate with the public.
“As a member of the minority and not a member of the public safety committee, there’s not a lot I can do, but I can do this,” said Maye Quade, a first-term representative from Apple Valley.
Jay Bookman, longtime political columnist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, writes this piece under the pseudonym “Jess Kiddin.”
The 2016 election result should be a continuing reminder that it is given to few (if any) of us to see the future.
Comey asks us to see him as a dedicated former leader of a non-partisan law enforcement agency that made all those decisions based on apolitical considerations.
Trade restrictions are a zero sum game, making some better off at the expense of others.
The economist/columnist has laid out a critical analysis of Ryanism several times over the years, with heavy reliance on the word flimflam to describe it.
Minnesota’s life expectancy (80.8 years) is the fourth highest in the nation, As for healthy life expectancy, Minnesota ranks No. 1, with 70.3 years.
Gallup currently shows President Trump with his highest approval number (41 percent) since last May.
The argument is a bridge too far for me. I think the Republican Party is still in turmoil over Trump and Trumpism.
The Minnesota Ketamine Clinic is among a small number of places in the U.S. offering the treatment — a practice that is divisive within the psychiatric community.
Today’s mini-news includes the introduction of National Republican Senatorial Committee mini-ads in 10 states, seeking to rally the base to vote out their Dem incumbent senators.
The size and sustained momentum of gun-control efforts in the wake of the Parkland massacre have surprised some. But can that sense of urgency survive until the election?
A bill before Congress would create an Alzheimer’s public-health infrastructure across the country to implement effective Alzheimer’s interventions.
Of necessity, the battle is essentially forcing greater reliance on “integrated pest management,” which tries to replace toxic chemicals with, say, benign and beneficial insects.
If you aren’t cautious, you could convince yourself that Democrats are holding a pat hand. But the Dems are not holding a pat hand.
The marmorated brown stink bug has been in Minnesota since 2010, having arrived by FedEx.