Law-abiding Pittsburgh residents don’t understand why their quality of life, safety, and dignity must be sacrificed so Democratic politicians can keep ignoring the massive drug problem nearby.
Last week was more than just the end of Howard Johnson's. It marked one more place in our culture that lost touch with its customers because the owners had little in common with them.
“Let’s not forget that the Democrats only have two black senators,” Scott says. ”Let’s not pretend our margins are drastically different.”
Brian Kemp defeated Stacey Abrams four years ago in their first matchup. Abrams has yet to concede she lost that election.
In contrast, Pennsylvania Democrats—thanks mostly to the progressive messaging coming out of Washington and echoed by corporations, academia, and the media—have seen their elected numbers contract.
Trump and Palin formed an early bond long before he ran for president in 2016, something she encourages him to do again.
Grover Cleveland, like Joe Biden, remained both stubborn and stuck ahead of the midterms and in his final two years in office. More than a century later, Democrats are in for another hard lesson.
The upcoming Georgia primary is one of three big contests where Trump has handpicked challengers to upend fellow Republican incumbents.
The new leadership in this bellwether Republican county is not anti-Trump—it is just unwilling to be stuck obsessing over 2020 when there is an election to win this year . . . and in 2024.
The biggest problem is that both Washington Democrats and the press seem to have no idea who comprises the Democrats’ base anymore.
A good job and a renewed sense of community helped Andrew Ayers man beat his drug addiction. But the problem isn't just about economic despair or overcoming a sense of being left behind.
A week ago, a handful of strangers volunteering with the Aerial Recovery Group walked across the border of Poland into Ukraine to rescue as many orphans as they could. Here's how they did it.
America's present need is for “normalcy.” Log off Twitter for a few minutes, and you might notice that people are turning to each other, their families, and their communities to achieve it.
They thought wokeness would be good for business. Taking a principled stand rarely is, at least in the short term.
People will calculate that the midterm elections this year will be about a lot of things: Trump, racism, and not getting Build Back Better passed. They will be wrong.
There are thousands of Tracy Wilsons out there attending community colleges, trade schools, and apprenticeship programs, eager to show their value, even when so many do not acknowledge it.
Bill Penzey’s “Republicans are Racist” rants weren’t just insulting. They are dangerous because they continue an elite-think that does true damage to the psyche of America.
The protection of religious freedoms does not benefit just people of faith; it also protects the nonbeliever.
Rick McQuaide's restaurants in Western Pennsylvania are famous for their crab cakes, but he had to stop selling them because they became so cost-prohibitive to his customers. He isn’t alone.
If President Joe Biden’s disorderly and lethal Afghanistan withdrawal was the moment that fractured voters’ regard for him, then his vicious Atlanta speech last week […]