Margaret Carlson

Mar 21, 2019
With three little words, George Conway, or Mr. Kellyanne Conway as Trump refers to the man a pillow away from his longest-serving aide, dropped his devastating legal and clinical evaluation of the president for an informal one we can all grasp.

Mar 14, 2019
I asked an official at Georgetown if the school couldn’t have stopped the massive scheme two years ago if only they’d revealed what they’d found.

Feb 19, 2019
Without a cultural shift akin to mothers making drunk driving socially unacceptable, no rules, not Obama’s, not Trump’s, will save us from the tragedy of sexual assault on campus and the burden of trying to find justice for two kids.

Jan 31, 2019
Non-disclosures in the White House? Trump is not a king, and his aides are not croupiers at one of his casinos, subject to his whims. They work for us. We pay them and count on them to do the country’s work.

Jan 28, 2019
We’ve seen the context now. The question remains: What 16-year-old gets up in the face of someone old enough to be his grandfather without a glimmer of respect?

Jan 14, 2019
The innermost tycoon in Putin’s inner circle put his finger in the eye of democracy, along with his heart and about $10 million, into making himself a palace fit for an oligarch right in the middle of the capitol.

Jan 4, 2019
Newly sworn-in Speaker Nancy Pelosi may have found a way to tame the savage beast that is Donald Trump. The mother of five knows not to negotiate with an unreasonable child.

Jan 2, 2019
It’s too early to say our national nightmare is over in a world in such disarray. Thank John Marshall, Emmet Sullivan, and the rule of law for giving us the hope that 2019 could be a happier year.

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