Nearly two thirds of Americans said they conceal their own political views in fear of reprisal, much like the dissenting members of Kamala’s K-Hive.
Scenes we’d like to see from Joe Biden’s Club Med adventure.
President Trump has no reason to apologize for getting sick. He took risks to meet the obligations of his office and is now one with the millions who do the same thing, every day.
Joe Biden’s foreign policy team is committed to an “across the board restoration project” of an era in which President Obama won a Nobel Peace Prize for, critics attest—nothing.
His vice president has done all he could to regain the initiative for the administration. It is up to Trump to raise his game, hammer home his argument, and sweep Biden aside in the last two debates.
For voters who make voting decisions on aesthetic grounds, Biden is the electoral equivalent of comfort food.
Rather than clawing to regain the vestiges of an archaic political campaign culture, the American people should embrace the Thunderdome.
It’s increasingly likely the election will be a referendum on Coronavirus and its after-effects, which means Trump’s new tack is a risky, but necessary, one.
President Trump has made fools out of thousands of prophets predicting his doom.
How will President Harris govern, and who will she select to be a heartbeat away from the presidency?
This campaign, as it enters its last month, continues to be a bouncing football. This campaign, and this president, are like no other.
The president’s overall health is good, and he’s almost certain to recover fully.
To win the next debate, all the president has to do is stick to three objectives.
If it is partisan to demand transparent elections and oppose lawlessness, then Trump is partisan to the core.
Civilized debate has been ruled out by the D.C. smart set, which considers the Trump agenda, endorsed by 60 million Americans in 2016, subversive and treasonous.
Whether these journalists know it or not, in the American mind they are already retired before they have even retired.
A Biden-Harris Administration would be the most left-wing in recent history and safely the most progressive since George McGovern’s ill-fated 1972 presidential run.
Calculated risk for a higher purpose is not stupidity—it is courage.
The president needed from his prep team an understanding of the psychological aspects of running as an incumbent; and what “winning” really means—not scoring debating points but gaining votes.
If Harris ends up cross examining Amy Coney Barrett, voters may get to see first hand why she’s been ducking the cameras and the press just like her geriatric running mate.