It is never the pretext—putative Russian collusion or protests at the Capitol—that is at issue but rather the ontological unacceptability of Trump and all he stands for.
Democrats have no problem with voter fraud because it serves them. If it served us, they would care mightily.
The predictable hallmark of a Democratic Party coverup is to somehow scapegoat Donald Trump for their own abysmal missteps and errors.
The partisan antics of the January 6 committee should not be mistaken for a serious investigation to uncover why the Capitol was left so woefully unprotected by those in charge of Capitol security.
Facts don’t matter in Collaboration Theater.
You know things aren’t right when even people who attempt to cooperate are attacked, and when documents given to the committee are leaked, and in some instances doctored, by the committee.
The recall of San Francisco’s pro-crime district attorney could be a promising sign for November.
Americans feel that ordinary citizens like themselves who follow the rules are treated more harshly by their own government than are both noncitizens and our own progressive elites.
The threat to the GOP in 2024 will come not from the Left but rather from a potential schism between Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis.
“Let’s not forget that the Democrats only have two black senators,” Scott says. ”Let’s not pretend our margins are drastically different.”
A sham congressional committee working with a corrupt Justice Department boosted by a dishonest national media can only be expected to create political propaganda.
National polls and presidential head to heads obscure fundamental Democratic Party strengths going into the midterms.
California has a perfectly acceptable alternative to Gavin Newsom in Michael Shellenberger. He won’t win, but he deserves to be heard.
Classified information was leaked to the media by several Obama intelligence officials. But no one will be punished.
Since the Tea Party arose in reaction to runaway spending and Obamacare, the U.S. national debt has more than doubled, from less than $12 trillion in 2009 to more than $30 trillion today.
The path to the 2024 presidential election will be shaped entirely by how things look for Donald Trump in the wake of the 2022 midterms.
Americans are craving genuine leadership. They won’t get that with weak-kneed Republicans who are looking for openings to compromise with the Democrats on our constitutional rights.
There’s only one rule in D.C. the Justice Department consistently enforces—all laws and norms exist to preserve and extend the Democratic Party’s monopoly over key institutions.
Rewarding the FBI with a half-billion in tax dollars would not just be a slap in the face to Republican voters but also to every victim of the FBI’s shoddy, unaccountable practices.
Brian Kemp defeated Stacey Abrams four years ago in their first matchup. Abrams has yet to concede she lost that election.