Mona Charen is a former senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.
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A final look at the intellectual and moral contortions of Trump’s defenders.
/ October 28, 2020
The president discredits everything he touches. His poisonous form of patriotism is a danger to our civic health.
/ October 23, 2020
For the first time in a long time, the world looks brighter and a little more hopeful than it did seven months ago. As awful as it has been, this disease was not the apocalypse we feared. Many aspects of our society proved more resilient than we expected.
/ October 14, 2020
You can tell a lot about the state of the party by the people who are joining it, the people who are leaving it, and the people it’s pushing out.
/ October 8, 2020
If President Trump were to be reelected, he would face a reckoning on a mountain of debt.
/ September 30, 2020
Danielle Pletka’s explanation of her vote for Trump doesn’t wash.
/ September 16, 2020
A clear electoral majority wants to get rid of Trump. Biden just has to convince them he’s safe.
/ September 10, 2020
Speaking up for the world’s most vulnerable might help to remind us of who we once were and can be again.
/ September 7, 2020
Republican acquiescence to Trump’s low-level disorder invited more heinous corruption and lawlessness.
/ September 2, 2020
There is putrefaction where the Republican party’s essence should be, and appointing pro-life judges cannot mask the stench.
/ August 27, 2020
If our leaders can’t be trusted to be honest and accountable, our constitutional system can’t function.
/ August 26, 2020
Populists on the right and the left have agreed that the economy is killing the middle class, but the data say otherwise.
/ August 20, 2020