Congress makes decisions about tax policy, but the president possesses the bully pulpit.
Opponents of Donald Trump have raised the dark art of political hyperbole to new heights.
"As conservative leaders, we are deeply concerned about the state of our nation after nearly eight years of extremely liberal policies."
The conservative message and many Republican candidates can resonate powerfully with people of all colors under the right conditions.
Conservative blogger Erick Erickson may have provided a clue on how to get #NeverTrumpers to support The Donald.
Perhaps both President Obama and Hillary Clinton need a history lesson and instruction.
Trump is clearly making headway in public opinion. Won't Hillary do the same after her own race is called in her favor?
They have entered a bizarre new political dimension where Mitt Romney is a viable candidate for president.
We need an international policy that advances the interests of the American people.
At first glance it would seem that the Republican Party is determined to ignore the minority vote this election year.
It all comes back to a referendum on the Supreme Court.
The Washington Post has stooped to a new low of elitism and disconnection.