Mike Pompeo’s dig about not finding Ukraine on a map undermines his credibility.
Scott StosselPompeo's "presumption of secrecy, and of his ability to upbraid a reporter without her telling the world about his indiscretion, is yet another instance of incompetence and arrogance, mixed together."
The former Massachusetts governor is practicing the kind of politics many voters say they want. How come it’s not working?
Scott StosselDeval Patrick makes his case: “Our determination to beat [Trump] is expressing itself the way people who are bullied sometimes express themselves: as fearful and overthought, instead of standing up for what we believe in.”
A writer who’s afraid to tell people what they don’t want to hear has chosen the wrong trade.
Scott Stossel"Fear breeds self-censorship, and self-censorship is more insidious than the state-imposed kind, because it’s a surer way of killing the impulse to think, which requires an unfettered mind." George Packer on the enemies of writing
He thought the time wasn’t right for a mayor like him to run for president. Then the one from South Bend surged in the polls.
Scott StosselDoes the "older, straighter Pete Buttigieg" regret not running for president? @IsaacDovere reports on the Eric Garcetti campaign that wasn't, and on the LA mayor's future as a Democratic power player