The former president enjoys an immense following and those who united to depose him are going to have to do much better than they have to maintain their coalition and prevent his successful return.
We are seized by rampages of resentment against each other and against the great achievements of our civilization’s past. Those achievements reprimand us, making us feel petty and small.
Ultimately, it is apathy that will bury the United States of America.
The most powerful actor in a democratic system can do little to restrain other powerful actors when he is lethargic and drunk, as in the case of Yeltsin, or lethargic and demented, as with Biden.
The purpose of voting today is to give a democratic veneer to an undemocratic regime—not to give the people a say in the direction of their government.
At this point, Joe Biden doesn’t look any more like Franklin Roosevelt than he does like Donald Trump.
We can’t expect the Supreme Court to make up for the legal ground game in the state legislatures that Powell’s showboating undermined.
Facts won’t stop this investigatory and political freight train from running over anyone in its path.
It’s unlikely Garland will do anything to restore the Justice Department’s reputation but Republicans should at least try to make him publicly commit to do so.
As one version of the #NeverTrump GOP losers guild falls apart, a new one seeks to fill the void of corporate right-wing lapdog for the media. Here’s why that is a good thing.
The United States does not have a Legion of Honor but if we did Donald Trump should receive its highest award for “political martyrdom.”
This is an existential battle. Siphoning off voters from the side that’s fighting the hardest to preserve individual liberty and economic freedom is not principled. It is nihilism.
The Left is not interested in working to improve the lives of flesh and blood poor kids. What can Republicans do to achieve that?
We have a republic to keep, not a Republican Party to protect at any cost.
Our lawmakers and leaders occupy fantasy worlds where the solutions to all of life’s problems are as simple as regulating more or less.
Not one person has been charged with possessing or using a gun inside the Capitol. Further, no one even has been identified as carrying a gun inside the building.
These politicians showed that even when they vote the “right way,” they can still be a huge net drag on the party by legitimizing the Democrats' relentless and hostile narrative.
The notion that Donald Trump is about to be abandoned by the force that he created is poor and wishful thinking.
If the populist or any other Right hopes to dig itself out of its present hole, then it should stop worrying about ticking off the town bully.
While the taxpayers foot the bill for the January 6 Capitol incident, corporate media encourages a business model that makes future such events more likely by profit-seeking revolutionaries.