Steve Chapman is a columnist and editorial writer for the Chicago Tribune.
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The president's bluster is harmful for America.
An expensive tutorial on the perils of government interaction.
It's the most astonishing reversal in modern American political history.
American national security is in the hands of fools and incompetents.
Judging the outcome of this week's SCOTUS opinion allowing states to legalize sports gambling.
Good intentions can make for awful policies.
Special interests want the government to protect them from competition.
Drug legalization will save lives.
Dr. Ronny Jackson is the hapless underling of an incompetent leader.
Thanks to Congress and President Trump, budget deficits will only mushroom.
Congressional Republicans may be keeping quiet not because they want to see Mueller fired but because they don't.
The president's wall promise rests on the same basis as a Ponzi scheme.