Marc A. Thiessen, Washington Post

Marc A. Thiessen

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Recent articles by Marc:

Biden’s attack on an ‘ultra-MAGA agenda’ is a mega blunder

It's both dishonest and inept. → Read More

To counter Putin’s aggression in Ukraine, look to Ronald Reagan

How to confront and reverse Russia's unprovoked aggression. → Read More

The Democrats’ abortion bill is not just radical. It’s unconstitutional.

Not to mention, it put Democrats on the record for opposing the views of a majority of Americans. → Read More

Protesting at justices’ homes is illegal. What is Biden doing about it?

Merrick Garland was quick to defend school boards. Why not justices? → Read More

Watch out, Democrats. The abortion ruling may help Republicans.

Most Americans favor laws banning abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy — exactly what the Mississippi law does. → Read More

Pelosi’s partisan politics on Ukraine could have deadly consequences

The House speaker missed an opportunity to send a powerful message: Whatever our differences at home, we are united in support of Ukraine. → Read More

DeSantis shows the way forward for Trumpism without Trump

Florida's governor has a powerful message for Republican primary voters: I’ll give you everything you liked about Trump — except I will win. → Read More

Biden’s fate depends on Ukraine

If Putin's forces are driven from Ukraine, the president will deserve the credit. But if Russia wins in eastern Ukraine, he will deserve the blame. → Read More

Biden’s border disaster fuels the crime wave in American cities

Violence is surging in cities across the country. → Read More

Inflation is rising, Biden’s polls are falling, and his message is failing

Voters believe the president's policies are a disaster, and his efforts to convince them otherwise are backfiring. → Read More

Biden is turning a border crisis into an outright catastrophe

By lifting Title 42, the administration is trying to have it both ways — declaring the pandemic emergency over for illegal migrants at the border, but not for rest of us. → Read More

Give Russia’s U.N. Security Council seat to Ukraine

There is ample precedent for doing so. → Read More

If Clarence Thomas has to recuse himself, what about Joe Biden?

This whole episode has nothing to do with a concern for judicial ethics. → Read More

Russia can’t win in Ukraine. But Biden has no strategy for victory.

Putin is losing. It's time Biden acted like it. → Read More

Walking back his Putin ad lib made Biden look incompetent, and America look weak

By walking back the president's comments, his advisers made him look incompetent, and America look weak. → Read More

Free speech gets tossed at Yale Law School

That so many of its students don't understand the First Amendment is a massive admissions failure. → Read More

The most important and overlooked words in Zelensky’s address to Congress

It’s up to Congress to make sure Ukraine gets the fighter jets it desperately needs. → Read More

Putin was clear about his plans for Ukraine. Xi has been just as clear about his plans for Taiwan.

Like Hitler and bin Landen, Russia's president made no secret of his intentions. Neither does China's president, and we should pay attention. → Read More

Biden hides behind Ukraine’s suffering

The president cynically is using Putin’s war to deflect blame for his disastrous policies at home and abroad. → Read More

Opinion | Send Ukraine planes now

The time for excuses is over. Ukrainians are dying. → Read More