Sometimes, simple is best. Marking a paper ballot and putting it into a box is best, as activists in Georgia tried in vain to demonstrate.
The intelligence community is no longer prepared to defend America against foreign deception and disinformation.
Maybe you don’t like Trump much personally, but in your bones, you know the election is being stolen.
Sidney Powell is running out of time to prove her claims.
President Trump has fought tooth and nail to build a broad workers’ movement that transcends party lines. We would be fools to abandon it.
Every available legal means must be used to assure Trump is not pushed out of office improperly, and, if he has lost, that that result is the consequence of a fairly conducted and tabulated election.
Sidney Powell and Tucker Carlson ignore the relationship that American law commands between evidence, proof, and power. They should be focused on probable cause, not proof.
Americans deserve to know whether the most consequential state in the most consequential presidential race in modern history handled everything on the up-and-up. Right now, it seems they didn’t.
The basic structure of our litigation system and the misbehavior of Biden supporters may be depriving the president of a remedy, and leading to a miscarriage of justice.
In a rank, raw democracy, where might makes right, and almost every vote is a lien against someone’s private property; voter fraud by default is a big deal.
There is a series of battles to come in January 2021, in 2022, and in 2024 that will be definitive, if the chaos of 2020 does not become even more chaotic.
Rather than a subversion of democracy, the ongoing legal disputes over the election are an affirmation of democracy.
Never forget who had Joe Biden signs in their yards, the Range Rover crowd, feeling woke between yoga classes.
The pressure to make these allegations disappear is enormous. Where is the evidence?
Roughly half the country is living under an alien regime that means to harm us socially, politically, and economically.
As in 1964, the Republican candidate is right about virtually everything on which he and his opponent differ, while the Democrat, if put in the Oval Office, will surely soon lose his luster.
Joe Biden has one great chance to emancipate himself from the extremists in his own party and work with moderate Trump supporters and NeverTrumpers among the Republicans.
Perhaps Jonah Goldberg and his allies will be supporting Joe Manchin in the next presidential cycle, unless they decide that Kamala Harris is the conservative they’ve been hoping for.
So far, the Democrats have proven to be far more organized and vicious in this crisis. But it is the GOP that holds the real cards. Will Republicans call the bluff?
The Trump team must apply the Carter standards rigorously for a clean vote in America.