Stephen B. Presser

Jan 14, 2019
Loss of what we once were is painful. The perception that the American people are somehow being deprived of their birthright is the explanation for the surprise 2016 victory of Donald J. Trump.

Jan 7, 2019
Mitt Romney’s op-ed is profoundly disappointing, unwise, and disloyal. It can only please Mr. Trump’s enemies.

Jan 3, 2019
How are we to understand the growing difficulty of bridging the gaps in our politics?

Dec 27, 2018
It used to be said that the business of America is business, but it seems more correct, these days, to say that the business of America is politics.

Dec 17, 2018
Eternal vigilance still remains the price of liberty, however, and the defenders of this administration must now be prepared to endure two years of harassment from U.S. House Democrats longing for a return to the days of Clinton/Obama hegemony.

Dec 10, 2018
We have unwisely created institutions, such as the special counsel, untethered to responsible restraints, with incentives ceaselessly to harass and hound. It's long past time that we put a stop to this. Our politics is broken. Our constitutional system is at risk.

Dec 3, 2018
We tend to want to criminalize the activities of our political enemies. When the smoke finally clears, the already wealthy Mr. Trump will be seen not to have engaged in misconduct.

Nov 26, 2018
If Democrats hope to be able successfully to challenge Donald Trump in 2020 it ought to be with ideas, policies, and programs and not character assassination.

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