The former president effectively said that mob rule in what he thinks is a good cause is itself desirable and good.
The most telling statistic that emerged in the past week was that more than 60 percent of Americans feel uneasy discussing their political preferences.
The people’s enemies must be dealt with by measures of whatever severity is required to end this intolerable state of lawlessness.
The Democratic Party’s platform consists of the exploitation of public COVID-19 hysteria, the creation of lawless urban chaos, Marxist economic redistribution, and the embrace of unlimited illegal immigration.
More worrying than the abrasive groupthink of the national political media are the failings of today’s commentariat. The downfall of once-great thinkers like George Will is particularly disheartening.
Even with the incessant Democratic media effort to terrify the entire population out of its wits over the COVID-19 pandemic, it will no longer be possible to represent Trump as President Chaos.
The “intellectual” signatories seem to learn nothing—not even from even the recent past.
No society can tolerate this for long. The arsonists will not burn down society; the society will awaken and banish the arsonists.
The time to choose between irreconcilable opposites is almost at hand.
All the country needs is a couple of weeks without the president seeming to be the source of this cacophony for the national interest in sensible government to reassert itself.
In their preemptive exuberance the president's enemies have begun what amounts almost to a post-mortem on the Trump era. This prematurely fattened goose is cackling too loudly and too soon for several reasons.
Maybe voters should grant their wish.
The country wants prosperity back and Trump is a great cheerleader. Joe Biden, by contrast, will be dominated by the extremes of his party.
Despite unrest at home, the Trump Administration has made notable progress in U.S. foreign policy.
President Trump should win, but that does not now provide any certainty that he will.
Never mind the police. The greatest failing of the American judicial system is the fact that prosecutors have practically unlimited power.
This is hardball politics of a kind the country has never seen before, the ultimate attempt to criminalize policy differences.
The president will stay the course and defeat the unholy coalition of improvident events and the shopworn Democrats who, in their desperation, have allied themselves with pestilence and mayhem.
Leadership in crises is preeminently what presidents do and the effectiveness of their responses to crises largely determines how they are evaluated in history.
This is a brave new world for the uncontrolled and inexplicably self-confident forces of belligerent American secularism.