Ira Stoll

Oct 20, 2020
If they don't get asked, voters and journalists may want to file them away for the final weeks of the campaign, or even for contemplation on the way to the polling station.

Oct 5, 2020
Biden’s attempt to portray Trump as some kind of old-money elitist is, like so much else about the Biden campaign, phony. If it’s the best Biden can do, the former vice president may find himself on Inauguration Day in 2021 watching the ceremony on television.

Sep 22, 2020
It’s comical on a variety of levels, the most stunning of which is that, while bashing Park Avenue on the campaign trail, Biden’s been busy raising money from people who live and work there.

Sep 17, 2020
Direct mail gets less attention than television commercials or campaign events. But it is a battleground in the presidential race worth keeping an eye on, as the campaigns and their proxies communicate privately with voters.

Sep 11, 2020
President Trump, like George W. Bush and John McCain in 2008, risks moving so far left himself that he undercuts one of his strongest arguments against the Biden Democrats.

Aug 26, 2020
Like a lot about the Trump administration, what the press and partisan critics claim is "unprecedented" actually has precedent. And for good reason. It’s healthy for cabinet secretaries, and even FDA employees, to be reminded that they work for the people.

Aug 13, 2020
The Blue Jays example shows the futility of leveling efforts.

Jul 21, 2020
Elections can change the occupant of the White House. But, with rare exceptions, America’s challenges tend to outlast presidential terms. The Trump-era America, for better or worse, will outlast Trump.

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