Stevenson drew a line from America’s history of white supremacy to its treatment of African Americans in the justice system.
Piers Morgan's sycophantic Trump interview irritated Colbert, who asked, “We’re complimenting the president for good behavior like he’s a…like he’s a dog?”
This may be the simplest question any White House official has ever been asked, with the most obvious answer. And Kushner got it dead wrong.
When it comes to college admissions, “for every privileged student whose bad SAT score keeps them out, there is another whose SAT helps get them in.”
Commentators have noted parallels between Bill Barr’s actions as attorney general and Fox’s unhinged coverage, saying he “talks like Sean Hannity."
Interviewed on HBO, Kushner flatly refused to say he would call the FBI if Russia tried to assist the Trump campaign in 2020.
It must have been hard for a fragile personality like Trump to watch the outpouring of grief for McCain, who embodied a nonpartisan style of patriotism.
With exquisite timing, Trump badmouthed a member of the British royal family as he was about to travel across the Atlantic for a state visit to the UK.
“The historical record categorically refutes the idea that the American revolutionaries gave their new president an unspecified array of royal prerogatives."
The fact that only a single case of discipline apparently resulted from more than 200 complaints concerning abused children clearly worried the district judge.