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Littwin: If Trump’s war against the pandemic is ending soon, who...

For those keeping score at home, we are now officially ending the war-time presidency phase of the battle against the novel coronavirus pandemic and...

Littwin: The Trump Senate impeachment trial, Day Three

On Day Three of the Trump impeachment trial, the House managers decided to shake things up by introducing two surprise guest stars — Joe...

Littwin: The Trump Senate impeachment trial, Day Two

You knew matters had gotten desperate on the Senate floor when Adam Schiff, in closing Day Two of the Trump impeachment trial, asked the...

Littwin: Who’s in a bigger panic, a Warren-stricken Bloomberg or an...

It was a long while coming, but I believe we have now officially moved into the early-panic stage of the Democratic presidential primary. This...

Littwin: Cory Gardner makes his declaration of complete and utter dependence

These are words I rarely use in this order, but Cory Gardner’s latest political move has really surprised me. If you haven’t heard, Gardner...

Littwin: Senate Republicans stand up to Trump while Cory Gardner continues...

This just in: The Republican-controlled U.S. Senate actually stood up to Donald Trump on America’s role in the catastrophic, Saudi-led fighting in Yemen. Yes, I’m shocked,...

Littwin: Kavanaugh can mark it on his calendar — the day...

At the end of the day — and, yes, at the end of a long, long, long day — we still don’t know whether...

Wiretap: The secret is out on Trump’s “uninformed” border wall campaign...

In a meeting to discuss immigration policy with Democratic lawmakers, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly set the record straight on a few...

Wiretap: The GOP plan to avoid shutdown is simple — use...

The Republican plan for averting a government shutdown this Friday is to dare Democrats to vote against long-term funding of the Children’s Health Insurance...

Littwin: Trump’s enablers in Congress cover themselves in, well, it’s not...

Coincidentally — or, I’d like to think, providentially — I came to understand something critically important about racism in America on Martin Luther King...
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