By shuffling off early, we smokers are doing the ingrates a small favor. You can live as long as you like, as long as you don’t like living.
The future of woke politics in America looks like that of the British Labour Party—the world’s largest and most lavishly funded critical theory book club.
A landmark report on race deals a major blow to woke fever dreams. But progressives want progress only when progress progresses their power.
History is clear: banning things doesn’t work, human mortality is one hundred percent, and progressive Democrats fail those they champion.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris enjoyed immense support from America’s billionaire class. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren look on, helpless.
Progressive Democrats might have deposed President Trump, but in return will get little more than the muscular meddling of American adventurism in the Middle East, and domestic stalemate.
Two of the most powerful people on Earth could emerge from a shadowy consultancy firm called WestExec Advisors.
Sometimes, simple is best. Marking a paper ballot and putting it into a box is best, as activists in Georgia tried in vain to demonstrate.
Rather than a subversion of democracy, the ongoing legal disputes over the election are an affirmation of democracy.
Donald Trump might leave the White House, but Trumpism will return to the White House again and again and again.
Despite four years of mainstream media gaslighting, President Trump hit more of the popular vote—around seven points—than virtually any mainstream pollster envisaged. Others were not surprised.
If you want to live in a banana republic, check out Fox News. But be quick and savor it—after this debacle, there won’t be a Fox News for too long.
Doomsday cultists perform the same mental gymnastics pollsters are now performing. When Judgement Day fails to transpire, they reckon not with their quackery, but the date of reckoning.
The only thing that’s certain about these polls is that somebody is very wrong.
Trump will win four more years and the big media polling industry could be all but finished.
To be blunt, no universe exists in which President Trump leads by seven in Iowa, and trails by 17 points in Wisconsin.
Cuban Americans, alongside those of Venezuelan and Columbian heritage, appear to be pushing President Trump to victory in Florida.
Researchers say this question works because it widens and diversifies the sample size and allows voters to be honest with their choice.
If around 30 percent of black Americans vote for President Trump, black America will not only rewrite the next political chapter but rewrite the entire political book.
The Democratic nominee’s supporters sense it but won’t say it. Why would reality feel different from polls with a wobbly record of recording reality?