Elections

Impeachment Trial Redux

This unprecedented effort by the Democrats is about nothing more than trying to disqualify their political opposition.

Biden’s Honeymoon Interruptus

Donald Trump will prevail in the Senate impeachment circus, and at the end of it, the country’s impatience will be rising for Joe Biden to do something useful.

Turning Their Backs on Marjorie

Striking “moderate” poses in the present political climate is like trying to be a pacifist on a battlefield. Republicans need more backbone—like the Democrats.

Bipartisans for Blinken

A tribute to  America’s leaders for coming together for their real goal—war profiteering and military adventurism.

Hiding Biden

How Democrats crafted the first impeachment, helping defeat Donald Trump in 2020 with media help.

Polling and the Truth

Partisan polls have become an instrument in the Left’s toolbox in the United States and in Europe. They're used more to push action than to inform it.

Cheney’s Republican Party Is No More

Republicans are no longer interested in the drawn-out foreign wars and nation-building Cheney’s political patrimony would foist upon us. We are more interested in rebuilding our nation and economy.

Start By Boycotting The House

Today’s progressive Democratic Party has taken complete power over the whole federal government. Republicans need to hold them fully responsible for what they do. Here’s how.

Why Are Progressives So Illiberal?

Progressives adopted identity politics and rejected class considerations because solidarity with elite minorities excuses them from concern for, or experience with, the middle classes of all races.