The GOP offers the illusion of opposition and so represents the biggest obstacle toward a better future for Americans. Perhaps it’s time it all falls down.
The future of the GOP depends on turning out Trump’s white working class base. The best way to do that is to follow Trump’s example and stand up for them in the culture wars.
Republicans must win in the court of public opinion by presenting the glaring, prima facie irregularities of the 2020 election cycle for the entire nation to see.
Regardless of what the corrupt incompetents at the RNC do–or more likely, don’t do—we should begin lawfare to dismantle the electoral systems the Left has put in place.
It is deeply unfortunate that Trump appears headed for an Electoral College defeat. The next four years could be rough. But there are always silver linings to be found amid the rubble.
By leading a majority coalition in 2022, a House Speaker Donald Trump could “Make America Great Again” in ways President Donald Trump could not do.
Libertarians may be the reason that, come January 20, Democrats control the White House and both houses of Congress.
If the Election Day shenanigans amount to a clear subversion of the results, Trump has a path to a remedy through the state legislatures of the relevant states.
Six months of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will generate vertiginous nostalgia for Donald Trump. Then will come the third and final round of the Great Trump War.
What’s left of the system must continue to be worked, but an audacity is now called for, a willingness to stretch institutional bonds to a degree that genuinely alarms our conniving subverters.
What should a second term for Trump look like? Rooting out “the swamp” is the only way to defeat this plot once and for all.
Wisconsin now appears to have the same legal problem as Pennsylvania. Will Badger State Republicans, who hold a significant majority in both the state house and senate, follow their lead?
Progressive Democrats might have deposed President Trump, but in return will get little more than the muscular meddling of American adventurism in the Middle East, and domestic stalemate.
In Georgia, weak Republican politicians do not show the same iron will and sense of self-identity as do those who are using them.
Is this the way real Americans react to treason?
The blitz is on! Is there sufficient time between Election Day and certification to allow a challenge based on the general conduct of the election affecting a very large number of votes?
America does not produce many great men anymore, but Trump is a great man.
Despite the blandishments of the narrative, which seek to seduce you into acquiescence with rumors of inevitability, we really do not know how this story, which seems so familiar, will end.
Republicans need to start applying their principles in a way that serves their constituents.
In a world of lies and propaganda, intellectual integrity remains vital for those on the Right.