The election-year upheaval and chaos we are witnessing now isn’t just about Donald Trump—it’s Democrats playing the long game into the next decade.
Let Anthony Fauci pontificate on cable news and pose for glossy photoshoots. Meanwhile, Donald Trump has a country to rescue.
And yet without this president, NeverTrump will go back to the political wilderness, loathed by the Right and ignored by the Left.
Trump has every right to be enraged that four years after Barack Obama’s top henchmen concocted and executed the biggest political scandal of all time, not one person has been held criminally responsible while trials against his associates drag on.
It could be that the Fireworks Rebellion of 2020 was the shot heard ‘round the country that signaled the defenders of America are paying attention—and unwilling to tolerate much more.
For two years, as Robert Mueller tried and failed to find evidence of a criminal conspiracy, NeverTrump Republicans tended to the right flank of the Trump-Russia collusion front. But their role in pushing the hoax went much deeper.
Republicans need to wield their power forcefully and unflinchingly over the next four months—or they will deserve to lose it in November.
What Facebook and Twitter are doing is no less insidious than meddling by a foreign adversary. Their activity is political, not commercial.
In Washington Obama is feared, not loved; no one dares to cross him. It’s the Chicago Way.
If legacy conservatism had its own statue, it would be one big slippery slope curving left and capped with a white flag.
The mustachioed ogre who the Left once wanted tried for war crimes is finally earning the affection of the Trump-hating Beltway establishment that eluded him for years.
Our current crisis speaks as much to the failures of the old-guard conservative movement, particularly neoconservatives, as it validates the triumph of the Left.
Democrats’ selective outrage about police abuse doesn’t square with recent history.
After misleading Americans on a long list of consequential issues over the past few decades—from climate change to dietary guidelines and now the common cry of “systemic racism”—the body of expertise is twitching. In this case, I will even allow for coding its death as another coronavirus fatality.
Being wrong is one thing, but demanding that everyone except a select few submit to draconian government rules is its own kind of injustice.
After winning his Republican primary last month, Sasse is back to his old anti-Trump tricks.
Not one drop of Marine blood should be shed on the streets of Minneapolis or Chicago or Los Angeles to save Democrats from themselves yet again.
Tolerance for betrayal, especially among Trump supporters, doesn’t last long.
It is likely that Kislyak, like so many other Obama-friendly foreigners, was in cahoots with the Democrats to entrap Team Trump before and after the election.
This whole fiasco lies at the feet of Senate Republicans. “Useless” might be too kind a description of them.