If they know where their representatives stand, constituents can hold them accountable if they choose to prolong unpopular conflicts.
With Trump in office, liberals have put their faith in the likes of H.R. McMaster and James Mattis. It was always profoundly misplaced.
The president has called a record $716 billion budget "crazy." If only he had the will—or the decency—to actually do something about it.
The president is replacing national security adviser H.R. McMaster with former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, injecting a hawkish foreign policy voice into his administration ahead of key decisions on Iran and North Korea.
The White House leak revealed that the president disregarded advice that he not congratulate the Russian president on his recent re-election, which was plagued by reports of fraudulent voting.
The president has become the Mad King who says or does anything his gut tells him to, while his courtiers genuflect.
National security adviser H.R. McMaster meets with his counterparts in San Francisco in laying the groundwork for meetings about the North Korea issue.
The U.S. military continues go big, go long, and go forever. To where, you ask? Nowhere fast.
It's easy to lose the habits and values of democracy, but incredibly hard to get them back.