Philippe Reines: Here's how to beat the president
Campaigned in the wrong states. Ineffective message. Uninspiring orator. Represented all that is wrong with Washington. Strengths turned into fatal liabilities. Anti-gun. Made rhetorical gaffes. Investigated. Unique baggage and vulnerabilities. Never ran a business or created a single job. Liar. Lost to an eminently beatable opponent.
Letters to the editor, March 22
Educate public on terrorism methods
Ross Ramsey: November win might mean outdoing Trump in Texas
Missed in all of the punditry about which Republican incumbents are in trouble because of possible blowback against Donald Trump: How'd those incumbents do when Trump was on the ballot?
Walter E. Williams: Behavior in America not always like today’s
One of the unavoidable tragedies of youth is the temptation to think that what is seen today has always been.
Avoid electioneering on taxpayers’ dime
We are closely following Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's warnings to public school employees that electioneering on the public's dime is illegal.
Ed Rogers: Pennsylvania election should sound big alarm for the GOP
Regardless of the overall outcome of the special election in Pennsylvania, the political message is clear: Republicans are in trouble.
Do background work before donating
If you are inclined to make charitable contributions or donate to a politician's campaign, we urge you to study the federal fraud case against Steve Stockman, a former Republican congressman from Houston.