Don't Expect Trump and Congress to Do Anything
The author contends that the president is ‘all hat and no cattle.’
Democrats Need to Avoid the Single-Payer Trap
The author contends that offering a public option would be more practical.
Republicans Won't Stop Fighting With Each Other
The same Republicans who hate the GOP health bills might hate the GOP tax bills.
Republicans Feel the Heat at Home on Health Care
To give health benefits is easier than to take.
Government Shutdown Is Logical But Not Likely
The same group of House Republicans that blocked the AHCA bill could cause trouble.
Trump's win was unusual, not historic
The truly historic elections reshape or realign U.S. politics. There are many reasons to believe that 2016 isn't one of them.
Where Charitable Giving May Head With Trump
Studies by the Congressional Budget Office and Treasury have suggested that repealing the estate tax would cut into philanthropy.
Trump's choice of conservatism or Trumpism
Whether Trump will work with the Republican Party or against it remains to be seen.
In Normal Campaign Season, Candidates Could Have Tax Debate
Both Clinton and Trump evade some specifics, but there's enough for a substantive debate.
Oldest and youngest may determine 2016 election
The presidential candidates would be wise to keep an eye on the generational wings.