Truth ought still to be the most important thing in our lives and our politics, but truth is not advanced by assertions taken out of context to affirm a narrative.
The people have the right to disfavor their representatives if they fail at their job.
The magnitude of defective—and potentially fraudulently cast—ballots identified during the Missoula County ballot audit is troubling given the small margins by which local 2020 elections were decided.
We cannot backslide from President Trump to a milquetoast corporate Republican.
There is no reason to believe that this drifting flotsam of a government has any other idea of what to do with the responsibility it must soon start to discharge.
People like Jane Timken are merely capitalizing on the Trump brand to conceal otherwise rotten platforms that ensure forgotten Americans stay forgotten.
The U.S. government now holds political prisoners in jail in the nation’s capital, and the party that purports to stand for freedom, liberty, and rule of law refuses to defend them.
There are specific policies that offer a clear alternative to where the Democrats are taking America. They are not ideologically driven, they are pragmatic.
Is this freshman class the last best hope for the republic?
The smell of Biden Administration panic is thicker than a hundred overused immigrant detention center porta potties.
The South Dakota Republican caved to corporate interests and the NCAA instead of defending the interests of her voters on an important piece of legislation defending women and girls in sports.
We have achieved what Buckley greatly feared: Not government by the first 2000 names in the Boston phonebook, but government by the faculty of Harvard. This is what an oligarchy looks like.
The idea that there are Jihadi-like cells of domestic terrorists attempting a violent overthrow of the U.S. government is unproven propaganda.
There is no possibility that properly apprised of the contents of H.R. 1, the American people would approve of it.
It’s high time for Senate Republicans to follow through on their collective promise to fight for their constituents, American families, who insist upon a conservative policy agenda.
What good are Senate Republicans who can’t force a tie-breaking vote on a radical culture warrior who has sought to crush religious dissenters, independent journalists, and pro-life pregancy centers?
If the GOP wants to put America First, it should put the Chamber of Commerce in its place.
The Hawaii Democrat and former anti-war candidate is the kind of politician the Republican Party needs to rebuild its shattered credibility.
Make no mistake, Kamala Harris is a woke authoritarian. And she’s likely to be president sooner rather than later.
Joe Biden's pick to head the Justice Department’s civil rights division is an anti-white, anti-police radical who once pushed crackpot black supremacy theories.