Whoever is inaugurated on January 20, the spirit of Trumpism, which is the spirit of America, is not vanquished.
The faith in fairness has been shattered beyond recovery, and the assumption of anything like a shared consensus seems more and more like a naïve pretense when it isn’t just a cynical hustings gambit.
Despite the blandishments of the narrative, which seek to seduce you into acquiescence with rumors of inevitability, we really do not know how this story, which seems so familiar, will end.
The pressure to make these allegations disappear is enormous. Where is the evidence?
Never bet against Donald Trump or his supporters.
During the campaign, Joe Biden bragged that he had put together “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.” Perhaps he wasn’t exaggerating.
Biden didn’t really campaign because he—or at least his handlers—knew the fix was in.
Trump presumably will fight it in court. But I think he should take a page from his own playbook and hold rallies the contested spots over the next couple of days.
We should be under no illusions about the momentousness of the choice facing the country.
Donald Trump may be an odd ambassador of freedom. But Joe Biden is but a gibbering front for a vanguard that would destroy America as traditionally conceived.
If Donald Trump wins handily on November 3 but the Democrats refuse to acknowledge defeat, do not expect their opponents to go gently into that good night.
The opposite of “conservative” is not “liberal” but ephemeral.
The habit of liberal accommodation has precipitated a crisis in what one used to be able to call, without apology, manly self-confidence.
The Left is going to find Amy Coney Barrett a tough nut to attack. She is smart, pleasant, and competent. Her personal history is an open book of service and commitment.
There are many signs, including the announcement of the 1776 Commission, that the conscience of the country is awakening.
There is nothing at all comical about the implosion of the American media.
Here is the indigestible truth for the Democrats. Donald Trump has had the most successful first term of any president in memory, maybe ever.
For Vicky Osterweil, “Looting represents a material way that riots and protests help the community.”
Heroes, promise, opportunity, and greatness versus a round-the-clock obsession with racism and identity politics, climate hysteria, open borders, and higher taxes. Which is the more attractive?
There are several possibilities, including aliens. (Maybe.)