"He has no bottom," the New York Times opinion writer told CNN's Chris Cuomo.
“What's killing business, what's killing the average person emotionally is that they don’t feel there’s ... a strategy,” columnist Thomas Friedman told CNN.
"No one believes a word out of his mouth," Thomas Friedman said of the president.
Insurgent progressives are reclaiming a term used, then forgotten, by centrists who seem more concerned about balanced budgets than rising seas.
Can You Believe? Can you believe Chuck Grassley claiming that people who aren’t rich “are just spending every darn penny
Like Trump, you think America should be the blueprint for the world.
On May 25 the New York Times published an op-ed by Thomas Friedman with the incendiary title, "Netanyahu, Prime Minister of the State of Israel-Palestine," which attempts to show just how far the Israeli Prime Minister has gone to destroy any notion of a two-state solution.
Our world continues to present profound problems and opportunities. Climate change, economic inequality and resource scarcity, all have global impact.
Thomas Friedman seems to believe the Donald has almost sewed up a majority of the Republican Primary delegates and will be a formidable foe for Hillary, assuming she is the Democrat's candidate. But chances are his past will catch up with him.
News of the death of Paul Kantner, formerly of the Jefferson Airplane, reminded me of an early encounter I had with him.