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Even though Trump’s fate is sealed, the Supreme Court still has time to rectify the election’s many wrongs. The only remaining question is—will they?
The conflict between neoconservatives and the Trump base sets up a major battle for which faction will control the Republican Party in the post-Trump era.
But the actual “big lie” is that the 2020 election was on the up-and-up and no amount of unpersoning will persuade half the country otherwise. Indeed, it confirms it.
It didn’t have to end this way. But most got the ending they deserved.
If they won’t stand against a rigged presidential election, they certainly won’t stand against Joe Biden and the Democrats.
If this is the new normal, where incomplete data and media-fueled panic rule the day, that is an even more frightening prospect than what’s happening right now.
Who were the year’s heroes, its villains and, above all, its victims? And which figure in American politics fits the bill for all three?
The goodies tucked inside the COVID “relief” bill are just a down payment on future climate compromises. It might not be the Green New Deal, but close enough.
The original grinch, as everyone knows, did not succeed in ruining Christmas—and neither should the Fauci.
The old normal looks further away than ever.
Republican cowardice, a missing Justice Department, and feckless judges—not a few lawsuits—are the true dangers to our democracy.
Begging those same voters to keep them in power adds insult to injury.
Texas lawsuit seeks to declare the selection of electors in four states void. Things are getting interesting.
Nonetheless, political leaders of both parties continue to one-up each other with preposterous rules to restrict both indoor and outdoor dining.
It doesn’t matter how many times the ruling class has misled us, either intentionally or purposely. After all, who are you to complain?
Wisconsin now appears to have the same legal problem as Pennsylvania. Will Badger State Republicans, who hold a significant majority in both the state house and senate, follow their lead?
Pennsylvania Republicans showed a level of courage and patriotism woefully lacking in the establishment GOP, which is ready to dispatch Donald Trump and move on with a Biden presidency.
Americans deserve to know whether the most consequential state in the most consequential presidential race in modern history handled everything on the up-and-up. Right now, it seems they didn’t.
What in the hell are we doing?