America’s socialists, backed by corporations that profit from central planning and mandated markets, claim racism and fossil fuel are existential threats. They’re not.
Chinese involvement in the 2020 election runs deeper than buying off political facilitators.
“Dissident Donald” will be rising now for real.
Donald Trump has forced elites to reveal to the nation what they were—and perhaps had always been. And the resulting penetrating imagery showed their own malignancy.
Donald Trump might leave the White House, but Trumpism will return to the White House again and again and again.
Presumptuous partisan Joe Biden’s transition has been put on ice.
Never bet against Donald Trump or his supporters.
After over four years of being analyzed, assessed, assailed, and silenced by the Left, no amount of Democrats’ “unity” schtick can mask their hatred towards us.
Republican state legislatures have the power under the Constitution. Now they need to find the will to use it.
Trump single-handedly effected the beginning of a realignment capable of achieving lasting dominance, regardless of whether his administration effectively prosecuted the mandate of that realignment.
For many watching the near-total destruction of the American free press, Fox News appears as a poseur using its market share to crowd out truly noncorporate speech.
How do we know? The people who tried to pull off this election heist are drawn from the same swamp as the conspirators in the Russia hoax.
Pretending we live in a high-trust, low-corruption country doesn’t make you a model of good behavior or a steward of the good of the nation . . . it makes you a sucker.
After four years of relentlessly fighting a president they never accepted they have the temerity to tell us all to pipe down and get on board with calling Biden “president-elect.”
The GOP has the opportunity to remake America, remake American politics and benefit in the process. The only thing standing in the way is the GOP itself.
Is Fox News dead? Time will tell, but one thing is for sure: it’s dead to me.
Fox may be wrong some of the time, but its competitors are more wrong than right.
If there is no certainty to the votes, there can be no legitimacy.
The former vice president began his presidential candidacy with a grand lie. He’s finishing with one, too.
Fox News—with programming led by Tucker Carlson, Lou Dobbs, and Sean Hannity—remained through the 2020 campaign the only large venue for diverse, if biased, information. That ended on Election Night.