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President Trump entered office with the most ostentatious promises, but, ironically, his tenure could end up remembered more like Silent Calvin Coolidge than Rough Rider Teddy Roosevelt. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Making presidents less great again

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Not all change is good, and one should not conflate impact with effectiveness.

Hey big spenders, don't complain if you lose power

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Sen. Rand Paul is right to remind Republicans that conservatism includes fiscal responsibility.

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Military parades? Leave the ostentatious flexing to the French

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Pomp and conspicuous displays of military might have their time and place. The U.S. in 2018 ought to be too strong and too confident for tha...

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Infrastructure: Trump swims downstream

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President Trump's infrastructure plan still lacks detail, but one thing seems certain. It will not be just one more nationalized road-buildi...

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