George H. W. Bush
There was once a long and fabulous tradition in American politics. A president, once no longer President, kept his trap shut about his successors.
Decades of disappointment should have taught us that the Republican Party’s big wins Tuesday will change little or nothing that comes out of Washington, DC in a substantive way.
My enduring question for progressives is one they typically avoid answering, especially those holding elected office: In your perfect world, where, exactly, would you position the top rate?
[First published at The American Spectator.] It seems like everyone is piling on my college friend Grover Norquist because they can’t wait to abandon the tax pledge not to raise…