The little girl who thanks President Trump "for letting us say 'Merry Christmas' again" in this extremely early campaign ad is getting a lot of attention.
Jon Klein, the former head of CNN's U.S. division, argues in The Washington Post that the Internet didn't divide the American media into warring tribal fiefdoms -- it was Roger Ailes:
Dust off the world's smallest violin and play a sad song for Republicans on Capitol Hill.
This is who they are. Disorganized, gaslighting, nasty thugs.
For those not familiar with "Pineapple Ice Cream Conservatism", a bit of history...
Evan McMullin is a stand-in for conservatives who deem Donald Trump fundamentally unfit for office, but today's conservatism is unfit for governance.
When he loses, it will devastate all conventional thinking for years to come.
David Brooks is certain that the GOP's Trump nightmare will be followed by a hopeful dawn, when all can be made new...
But don't mistake that for a transformation -- the kid is 13, after all.
Dear Reform Conservatives: The Anti-Reform Plutocrats Who Finance Your Party Won't Magically Disappear
Josh Barro of The New York Times has published yet another discussion of that most tiresome of questions: Will Donald Trump usher in an era of reform conservatism?
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