President Trump's political funeral has been celebrated often before, and that bell has still not tolled. The idea that Washington, D.C., will return to the status quo ante is nonsense.
The Capitol Hill occupation was a futile charge to sustain a lost cause, one that it ultimately harmed. But the reaction to it by the eager media and breathless politicians exposes their own fraud.
Hang on. It is going to be Mr. Toad’s wild scary ride for all of 2021.
Later ages are always surprised by the casual brutality of totalitarian regimes. What they neglect is the unshakeable (though misguided) conviction of virtue that animates the totalitarians.
When you demonize 63 million Americans for four years sooner or later some of them will cross the line.
We cannot do this through social media—the platforms will do everything in their power to repress our message.
This tale of double dealing demonstrates why the harder the Left oppresses them, the more it cements Republicans and MAGA supporters into a populist common cause.
Establishment Republicans will learn the hard way how very much they have lost in helping Joe Biden win the way he did.
Let’s stop fixating on Wednesday’s events. We can deplore them once the Left repents of its far, far greater sins.
Where was the constitutional duty to act forcefully when BLM and Antifa goons romped and rampaged across the country? None was evident.
Donald Trump the wrecking ball was much-needed—and tremendously successful. But it is imperative for our nascent movement’s prospects that President Trump go away after January 20.
It didn’t have to end this way. But most got the ending they deserved.
If the GOP wants to win again, they’ll reject McConnell and find younger leadership that is ready to build a new party to serve the middle class, not the ruling class.
Only the emergence of the Republican Party as a fully populist, America First entity can keep the wackiness at bay.
Why exactly is it imperative to vote Republican? How exactly will Republicans stop the Left—and stop them from doing what, exactly?
If they won’t stand against a rigged presidential election, they certainly won’t stand against Joe Biden and the Democrats.
The grassroots need destroy RINOs in primary contests, support Republicans in general elections, and make sure establishment traitors cannot escape the specter of Trump for generations to come.
Richard Nixon showed his mettle as the first president to oppose the progressivism behind the destruction of constitutional government. Trump should be lauded for defending constitutional government.
What is unlikely is not impossible—an admonitory caution, not an appeal to false hope.
Maybe Georgia voters will pay heed to lessons learned in California and Georgia will stay red in the January Senate runoff elections.