NPR George W. Bush Slams ‘Bigotry,’ Politics Of Populism That Led To Trump, SandersNPRYou might say George W. Bush wants to make America great again. In remarks Thursday, he criticized the kind of politics, sentiment and populism that led to President Trump’s rise and election — though he never... Read more
Washington Post Kelly tried to keep his son’s death out of politics. Trump had other ideas.Washington PostFor the past seven years, Gen. John F. Kelly has gone out of his way to keep the death of his son free from politics. He did not talk about him when —... Read more
TheStreet.com European Stocks Called Higher; Politics In Focus Ahead of Catalan DeadlineTheStreet.comEuropean stocks are expected to open higher Monday, following another solid assessment of economic growth in China, although political developments around the region are likely to influence trading throughout the session. Britain’s FTSE 100 is set for …... Read more
The Ringer (blog) Sarah Silverman Loves You, Even If She Hates Your PoliticsThe Ringer (blog)If there’s anyone who might relieve America’s indignities and unite its warring demographics in transcendent political consensus, it is most certainly not Sarah Silverman. But it’s funny to watch her try. Silverman’s new 30-minute talk... Read more
U.S. News & World Report The Latest: Trump Says Health Care Order Will Help MillionsU.S. News & World ReportPresident Donald Trump predicts “millions and millions of people” will benefit from his action to unwind the health care law. Oct. 12, 2017, at 12:04 p.m.. The Latest: Trump Says Health... Read more
National Review Can the NFL Survive National Polarization?National ReviewAmerica is an enormous country, not everyone cares about politics, and you can cater primarily to one side of the political spectrum and still achieve enormous growth. Take NBA basketball, for example. As an institution, it’s far more political than …... Read more
Washington Examiner Racial politics: Democrats brought the coals, Trump fanned the flamesWashington ExaminerInterest in the phrase is a measurable symptom of an undeniable phenomenon: Race, racism, and accusations of racism have risen to the fore of America’s political debate. For an observer looking at the big picture it can... Read more
Russian-inspired party aims to revitalize Cyprus politicsFox NewsBelarusian Ivan Mikhnevich, who holds Cypriot citizenship, said the “I the Citizen” party seeks to keep the island’s politics on a centrist trajectory after its founders saw political discourse drifting toward the “ultra-right and left.” Mikhnevich … and more » Read more… Read more
The Economist Politics this weekThe EconomistCatalonia voted overwhelmingly to secede from Spain. But the turnout for what the Spanish government called an illegal referendum was only 43%, since those opposed to the poll mostly stayed away. Hundreds of people were injured by riot police … Read more… Read more
Washington Post Who’s playing politics now?Washington PostUndeterred by ignorance, Clinton tweeted again a minute later, at 10:04 a.m., urging Americans to “put politics aside stand up to the NRA.” Of course, she was doing the opposite of putting politics aside. And she was not alone Monday morning. Sen.Las... Read more