U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, a favorite of the president's, was the rare aide shrewd enough to step down while things were going well.
In the next two years, Congress is not likely to do much right, but it's also not likely to do much wrong.
When the first world war ended 100 years ago, no one had to be told that it was an important event.
Kavanaugh was a spectacle in belligerence and self-pity, vilifying Democrats for having the utter gall to take seriously the woman who says he attacked her at a party when they were in high school.