The government's response to the January 6 melee isn’t about justice. It’s about partisan retribution and revenge. And the consequences will be disastrous.
The Right has a lot of work to do before it can be assured that what it has to offer will attract enough support to dethrone the progressives. Facing tough facts would be a good place to start.
The Texas governor will do whatever it takes to look after Number One—small business tech entrepreneurs at Gab, the Texas GOP, grassroots organizers, and Republican voters be damned.
Without question, New York’s killer governor Andrew Cuomo should go. But let’s send him packing the right way.
As a result of Joe Biden’s policies, in just six weeks, Americans have lost jobs, consumer confidence is down, and tensions in the Middle East are worsening.
GOP politicians don’t answer to Democrats. They answer to you. You must make them understand that by making them afraid for their political lives.
If Joe Biden and the Democrats claim they want an “independent” Justice Department free from political bias, Republicans should force the White House to be true to their word.
If H.R. 1 is enacted the question of whether and to what extent the United States remains a government of laws and a genuine republic will not be possible to answer affirmatively with any confidence.
If the president cannot learn from his most glaring mistake, Jared Kushner, it is time for the Republican Party to move on and find a worthy successor for the MAGA revolution he started.
What makes Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s beguiling, baby-like behavior dangerous is that she uses the idiom of emotional anguish to derive legislative leverage.
Neither the mainstream media nor the critics of the Benson Center and John Eastman seem to understand that Eastman, and his client Donald Trump, were actually acting in defense of the rule of law.
Cockwomble Chesley Sullenberger sullies himself with the execrable Lincoln Project.
Trump will keep it going until the next election and either be the Republican nominee or choose the Republican nominee.
Don’t be fooled by the ousted Missouri governor’s pretense of being a victim.
The Justice Department, which acts more like a consigliere for the Democratic Party than an impartial enforcer of the rule of law, wants to ruin the Cua family and send a message to others.
Behind the scenes at the swamp’s latest show trial (with special scorn reserved for Senator Bill Cassidy).
Who has been right about Donald Trump’s final demise in the last five years?
Now that the media and lawmakers on both sides achieved their common goal of weaponizing Sicknick’s death against the president and his supporters, they’ve crudely abandoned his cause.
Donald Trump is back. More like him are appearing. And his enemies are not doing as well as they would wish. But it is not enough.
The dream of a return to the pre-Trump party of post-Reagan amiable Democratic lookalike losers will not come true.