Elections

Time to Fight

A party is what people say it is and the people who say what it is run and win primaries, show up at conventions, and run for precinct chair. No more whining. Time for work.

Revenge of the Neocons

The conflict between neoconservatives and the Trump base sets up a major battle for which faction will control the Republican Party in the post-Trump era.

The Unwanted Ghost of Trump?

Bipartisanship is now a country-club Republican illusion, although one that Democrats periodically trot out when they want the Romneys, Murakowskis, Toomeys, etc. to vote with them.

Some Kind of Gestapo

Democrats, with the help of many Republicans, appear to be falling back on “some kind of Gestapo,” and let’s not credit it with being directed humanely.

Where Does He Go From Here?

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.

You Say You (Don’t) Want a Revolution?

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.

A Tale of Two Senators

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.