Without question, New York’s killer governor Andrew Cuomo should go. But let’s send him packing the right way.
What’s extraordinary about the 2020 election is not that it was lost but how close Donald Trump and his voters came to full-scale victory.
Assuming that future elections are fair, or even reasonably fair, we have every reason to expect that the GOP will be back on top, and soon.
No presidential candidate—let’s be honest—has ever had the deck stacked more decisively in his favor, and you, sir, managed not to screw it up!
What should a second term for Trump look like? Rooting out “the swamp” is the only way to defeat this plot once and for all.
Is Fox News dead? Time will tell, but one thing is for sure: it’s dead to me.
Amy Coney Barrett may well hold the fate of our nation in her hands. Let us hope and pray that she is up to the challenge.
Over the July 4 weekend, 13 people were shot in this city of just 200,000 people. But has BLM organized marches on the homes of notorious domestic abusers or drug dens? Of course not.
Given the brazenness of Google’s purloining and the historic precedent a Supreme Court decision could set, it’s no surprise that people from many creative walks of life are voicing support for Oracle.
The vice president’s duty is to remain in the arena, to campaign responsibly and with due deference to local, state, and national public health guidance, but above all to continue to engage with the American people.
In the near future, the leftists won’t need to riot in order to exert control over the American people.
Our constitutional system has been sacrificed on the altar of social progress and political expediency.
What will your summer be like? Will it be dominated by fear, or by fun?
President Trump's forceful condemnation of China's mishandling of the coronavirus, coupled with the Democrats' reputation as proxies for Chinese interests and defenders of Beijing, give Trump and Republicans a key opportunity.
The headwinds of the coronavirus outbreak threaten to derail the Left's anti-nationalist program in a serious, and perhaps permanent, way. As Nigel Farage declared recently, in the Age of Corona, “We are all nationalists now.”
But the scourge of illegal immigration will never be completely eliminated unless both the craven politicians and the unscrupulous businessmen who benefit from it are brought to justice.
The president summoned the courage to tell the world's elite what much of it didn't want to hear: that capitalism, freedom, and good old Yankee ingenuity are still the answer to our problems and the path to a better world.
Why on Earth are we raising the minimum age to purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21?
By jettisoning Congress's traditional restraint on matters of impeachment, Democrats are opening the floodgates to a wave of “personal political” impeachments that may arise in the decades ahead.
If President Trump makes this his economic message going into 2020, he could frame the election as one of realism versus socialist fanaticism.