Bipartisanship is now a country-club Republican illusion, although one that Democrats periodically trot out when they want the Romneys, Murakowskis, Toomeys, etc. to vote with them.
Let’s stop fixating on Wednesday’s events. We can deplore them once the Left repents of its far, far greater sins.
It is not wayward elites who are abusing our democratic public, so much as the public abusing itself, when it chooses to be ruled by antiwhite racists.
The question is not about our aesthetic or rhetorical predilections. Rather it is about what moves masses of people and drives them to rallies on cold nights amid an epidemic.
In Georgia, weak Republican politicians do not show the same iron will and sense of self-identity as do those who are using them.
Perhaps Jonah Goldberg and his allies will be supporting Joe Manchin in the next presidential cycle, unless they decide that Kamala Harris is the conservative they’ve been hoping for.
Appeasement and ingratiating language will not likely change the Left. It will simply embolden it to behave more brazenly.
The leftist alliance is inherently unstable because—outside of hatred, pompous virtue-signaling, and a desire for power—exceedingly little holds it together.
The leftist dictatorship that may befall us will try to preserve certain democratic arrangements pro forma.
The Left is more emotionally and, in some cases, more heroically committed to what it wants. We need to change that.
The radio talk show celebrity Tammy Bruce was on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program last week, where she uttered some puzzling comments about what Senate […]