It was not Pelosi’s remarks about a presidential cover-up.
Relying on Trump to help pass a major investment in roads, bridges and airports is a fool’s errand.
The president wants a large transportation bill and the Democrats promised big investments on the campaign trail.
The Democratic leaders visited the White House and everyone acted like we are not in the middle of a constitutional crisis.
In his State of the Union address, the president put little emphasis on bipartisan legislation.
The president could actually get something done if he was willing to let others get the credit.
Trump’s plan is a Wall Street giveaway. Here’s a better idea.
Can the party have a conversation on the merits of the various proposals rather than a slugfest that demonizes those who disagree?
Want to stop the gentrification of old urban neighborhoods? Build new ones.
The politics of resentment doesn’t work very well when you’ve been given all the levers of power and accomplished almost nothing.