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If Thursday night’s Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner is any indication, our two presidential candidates share a needed room for improvement in one important category: humor.
Clinton or Trump will invoke “executive privilege,” “executive orders” and “executive actions” to advance their agenda, but each of these is quite different. (2 reader comment)
America presents a platform every four years for worthy political opponents to debate and articulate their plans for the nation’s future. It’s not, as the name suggests, intended to be a forum for bullies.
Donald Trump’s advisors should convince him to stop senseless personal attacks and to focus instead on what Americans want.
In an unconventional election cycle, Hillary Clinton's decision to sidestep theatrics and look instead at the larger picture is a risky move mistakenly characterized by the masses as business-as-usual politics.
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