The GOP's inconsistency on disaster relief is just the latest evidence of the party's procedural hypocrisy.
They long to be swashbuckling tax-slashers, but they're amazingly ill suited to the task.
If GOP lawmakers want to keep the lights on in the fall, they'll have to neutralize Trump. That means working with Democrats.
He and Republicans will protect Trump from censure, hoping national outrage will have fizzled by the time Congress returns to Washington.
They claim they're trying to save the country, but by continuing to serve, they're placing us all at incredible risk.
By not condemning him directly, they're empowering his neo-Nazi followers.
The president descended to his lowest point yet on Tuesday. It's time for his cabinet members and advisers to do what's right.
They're all far too complicit in the president's rise to run against him now.