It's that time of year again: Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg is telling Americans how to live their lives.
Americans have been mad as hell. Now, it seems, they're not going to take it anymore.
Pick a Trump outrage that's got liberals in a tizzy and you can find a similar policy they had no problem with when it was authored by Obama.
Republicans could come out of the Trump debacle stronger than they went in if Democrats don't act to avoid political irrelevance.
Growing friction between liberal Democrats and the party's center-right corporate leadership caste could spur a divorce.
The Democrats can only succeed against Trump by getting louder, meaner, more over the top and beating him at his own game.
Whoever takes credit for bringing down a feared and reviled leader will rid themselves of a rival and reap rewards up to and including the highest office in the land.
The refusal of the Democrats to pogo-dance on Trump's grave is one of the biggest missed opportunities in recent political history.
If you're not scared of Donald Trump, you're not paying attention.
Nationalism, not globalism, is the future of American politics — but right now, it's only the right that's riding the wave.