Nixon and Reagan tried too, and the ruse failed miserably. Just like Trump.
Orange County, California used to be bright red. Now it's all blue.
All this Watergate talk makes this timely.
Liberals, you say, are the classic political nerds, not worth bothering with unless it's to give us our daily wedgies or noogies. Quaint, naive little do-gooders.
Matthew Dowd on ABC's This Week: The Republican Party as we know it, the party of Ronald Reagan, the party of George W. Bush, is gone. The party now is the Donald Trump party. Eighty percent or 85 percent of the Republican voters, regardless of what the Republicans say in Washington that walk around the halls of the Capitol Hill and say what they think the Republican Party is, that party is long gone.
One anti-worker president honors another anti-union worker
Mark Cuban thinks Donald Trump couldn't have been in on the Russia plot...
Peggy Noonan opened a bleary eye and gasped. “They’ve found me again,” she murmured to the cardboard cutout of Ronald Wilson Reagan, the greatest president of the last half of the last century, maybe the greatest president ever, which was keeping guard over the head of her bed.
The journey of two homeless people who have a better attitudes than the rest of us, and just want the problem solved. Update to earlier post.
No, not this President. That one.
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