In Rick Wilson we see a man fitting Teddy Roosevelt’s description of Woodrow Wilson: unable to rise above the cheapest kind of party politics and raise a division for the man in the arena.
Latter-day McCarthyism is a minority of one, not the moral voice of a House majority.
We need a president with political capital to spend and a Federal Reserve Board chairman with the will to tighten the supply of capital, so the pain of austerity may yield the joy of prosperity.
Does Nina Jankowicz believe that a presidency dependent on disinformation, with a dependent as president, makes the world safe for democracy?
Though we have the might to meet force with force, Ukraine’s fight is not our own. We have no land to conquer and no victory to attain.
Imagine a Republican majority electing former President Trump as speaker of the House. It could happen.
May the light deliver us from the darkness of pride, arrogance, and hate.
Biden’s Christmas message is the most ahistorical and antagonistic message of its kind, for it is without charity or kindness.
We are free to choose peace—to keep the peace—with liberty and justice for all Americans. This much—and more—we owe the nation and our veterans.
The history of Superman is strong because it is simple. Less simple is the will to resist those who would modernize history to the point of absurdity.
The cultural illiteracy of this class is of a piece with the moral illiteracy of the jury responsible for this class. To our armories of liberty, students and jurors shrug.
The $26 billion legal settlement with three drug companies over opioid abuse is fair and just, while the most unsettling part is the effort to delay justice and deny families just compensation.
That people choose to live a certain way in these COVID times is not proof that a majority of people support the lifestyle.
If we cannot reconcile progress with preservation, if we believe the two are irreconcilable, we cannot be a nation of Hamiltonian powers and Jeffersonian rights.
The man-child is the enemy of workers, not the voice of the working class.
The forces of injustice, for the perpetuation of injustice, in the name of social justice.
Whether the victor is big tech or big business, whether the vanquished is big labor or big government, bigness is the problem.
Aaron Sorkin says he knew very little about the trial before researching it for this film. It shows.
When the clowns and cosplayers of our political drama create a reality that’s stranger than fiction.
We have a republic to keep, not a Republican Party to protect at any cost.