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Peter Beinart is a contributing editor at National Journal and The Atlantic, an associate professor of journalism and political science at the City University of New York, and a senior fellow at the New America Foundation.
The crowded GOP presidential field is driving candidates to indulge in outrageous antics as they battle for attention.
His opportunistic demagoguery was indulged by Republican Party leaders, until he turned his sights on the military.
The nuclear agreement highlights the limits of American power—something the president's opponents won't accept.
The responses to his immigration rhetoric show how much American political views have changed.
As the senator from Vermont gains momentum, Claire McCaskill rushes to Hillary Clinton's defense.
The Vermont senator's authentic outrage over how the super rich have distorted America's economy and bought its government will find an eager audience.
The criminal-justice policies she now denounces once helped her husband capture the White House.