Monday, 26 November 2018

Opinions P.M.: Trump’s incoherence is too much — and it’s getting worse

Opinions P.M.
 
Trump's incoherence is too much — and it's getting worse
Trump's facade of rationality crumbles.
The list of Trump associates indicted, convicted or pleading guilty could be about to grow longer
Robert S. Mueller III keeps bringing them in.
 
I was wrong on climate change. Why can't other conservatives admit it, too?
Forget Trump. Other Republicans should know better.
 
D.C.'s education system needs an independent mirror
The District's attempt to create an education research-practice partnership and seed it with public funds is commendable.
 
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Pelosi poised to retain power
"Some of us are just better at our jobs than others."
 
On climate, Trump has learned a new way to learn nothing
It's how he 'under'stands.
 
Here's the backup plan the U.S. needs for 2020
If both parties blow it, let's have a solid Plan B.
 
Trump keeps his base happy
Building a wall and border closures are all about keeping the support of the president's base.
 
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The price Republicans pay for embracing know-nothingism
Republicans should stop mouthing Trump's nonsense
 
The Plum Line
Trump is failing miserably on his biggest issue. And he's covering it up with lies.
The latest clash at the border doesn't give Trump "ammunition" for his arguments. The opposite is true.
 
The WorldPost
What China's Internet has become
WeChat blurs the line between the digital and the real.
 
Let's pave Paradise and put up some poppycock
Our idea of an infrastructure plan. (BLOG POST)
 
 
Ups and downs: Trump goes to war with the military
Who is gaining ground?
 
The rhetoric of reaction to climate change
Futility and the Fourth Climate Change Report.
 
Morning Bits: Crises of Trump's making
Must-read links to start the day
 
 
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