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.
Whatever Biden does, if Trump plays it right, he is the future, not the past.
Every available legal means must be used to assure Trump is not pushed out of office improperly, and, if he has lost, that that result is the consequence of a fairly conducted and tabulated election.
Joe Biden has one great chance to emancipate himself from the extremists in his own party and work with moderate Trump supporters and NeverTrumpers among the Republicans.
Democrats will not win again with a referendum on whether the country likes Donald Trump. They will have to present an alternative.
There is room for great doubt about the integrity of this election.
A waffling old cipher of a candidate is about to have the antics of his more robust partisans hung around his neck like a dead raccoon.
The president has likely won and will probably be confirmed as having won by normal vote counting—with or without judicial review.
The media must answer for the most egregious smear job in the history of the democratic world.
Like a fly blasted with insecticide, Biden and his campaign will buzz around for a few days in insouciant denial, but their levitation should finally be over.
It is objectively unlikely that so accomplished a president and so incomparably more forceful and capable a candidate will be turned out of office.
Dragging Roosevelt into the Barrett nomination even to criticize Democrats about prevenient court packing confers upon them a dignity that their evasive and deceitful conduct does not deserve.
Improbable as it often seems, and whatever his failings, in this election Donald Trump is the candidate of honesty, competence, and legality.
It was an unedifying spectacle.
Republicans are almost certain to confirm an outstanding judge. But a simmering anti-Catholicism threatens to break through.
By flaring up like aroused peacocks over replacing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Democrats are committing the tactical error of being drawn into battle on ground less favorable than that which they already occupy.
A civilized discussion of abortion would be a preferable backdrop to the election than the Democrats’ continued desperate effort to maintain public hysteria over the coronavirus.
Joe Biden is not a political bumblebee, he is a lumbering guided-missile whose engine has failed.
Joe Biden’s party doesn’t deserve to win with such nasty media support, a campaign so dishonest, such an extreme platform, and such mediocre candidates.