At this point, Joe Biden doesn’t look any more like Franklin Roosevelt than he does like Donald Trump.
The notion that Donald Trump is about to be abandoned by the force that he created is poor and wishful thinking.
The supremely inconvenient fact is that Donald Trump has by far the largest political following of anyone in the United States, and the attempt to deny him the ability to seek reelection has failed.
The country of Cardinal Richelieu, Louis XIV, Robespierre and the Committee of Public Safety, Napoleon, and de Gaulle knows its mind.
Donald Trump will prevail in the Senate impeachment circus, and at the end of it, the country’s impatience will be rising for Joe Biden to do something useful.
Biden and his media supporters will see the prohibition they have imposed on any questioning of the election result blow up in their faces.
Richard Nixon spoke nothing but the truth when he famously remarked, “No power on earth can defeat or humiliate the United States, except the United States.” Will we?
If Biden’s idea of unity is to try to impose the far-Left Biden-Sanders Unity Program on the country his administration will be a prodigious one-term fiasco.
Everyone who wishes America well must always hope that an incoming president of the United States is successful.
The whole criminal trial process in the United States is essentially a conveyor belt to its loaded and corrupt prison system. President Trump has a chance to remedy a great injustice—if he chooses.
The Democrats are not going to be able to hide much longer behind their Trump hatred. But it’s really all they’ve got.
President Trump's political funeral has been celebrated often before, and that bell has still not tolled. The idea that Washington, D.C., will return to the status quo ante is nonsense.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was established in 1949 to promote the containment of the Soviet Union, but it lacks such a clear purpose today.
Biden and his gang of retreads from the largely unsuccessful Obama-Biden Administration aren’t running against Trump anymore. So now what?
There is hope that Joe Biden will pause before jettisoning policies that have advanced peace in the Middle East more effectively than anything since Camp David in 1978.
If the United States cannot, in Lincoln's words, “bind up the nation’s wounds,” and re-emerge as a strong democracy, the end of Western Civilization is in sight.
A ramshackle coalition of big media, big money, big tech, most of Wall Street, and an odious ragtag of urban guerrillas masquerading as civil rights crusaders looks to take Trump’s place.
The last laugh could be the president’s. But even if it isn’t, his achievements in becoming president and as president vastly exceed those of his unimpressive enemies.
All thoughtful Americans wish to resume a bipartisan consensus on principal foreign policy issues.
Six months of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will generate vertiginous nostalgia for Donald Trump. Then will come the third and final round of the Great Trump War.