KINSELLA: Donald Trump’s own words, the racist, bigoted things he said in his presidential campaign, over and over, are now being used against him
MCGARVEY: The economy starts going in the little guy’s direction and the Fed raises interest rates to slow it down to keep wages low. How does that help anyone?
MACFADYEN: You have, like Alice, gone through the looking glass and are in a legal no man’s land where the traditional view on rights and liberties is turned on its head
MURPHY: It’s no surprise the top spots go to the usual trio of Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Franklin D. Roosevelt. But things get interesting after that
GOMAN: Not only did he stay on message, but his body language, while showing some uncertainty, indicated he is genuinely vested in much of what he is saying
KINSELLA: Impeachment is a long and difficult process, but there are other ways to force an unwelcome and unloved American president from power
TAUBE: The former PM likely used his association with Trump to get the president’s ear, work a little magic and ensure Trump’s meeting with Trudeau went smoothly
SNOW-CAPPARELLI: But they must prove themselves to a skeptical public. How? Stick fast to ethical principles, and call out those whose reporting is irresponsible