The prattling we hear from pundits and politicians is really about ruthless obedience to the establishment’s mandated social norms. Nothing more, nothing less.
Even though Trump’s fate is sealed, the Supreme Court still has time to rectify the election’s many wrongs. The only remaining question is—will they?
The post-Trump nationalist-populist movement must learn who its real friends are.
The whole criminal trial process in the United States is essentially a conveyor belt to its loaded and corrupt prison system. President Trump has a chance to remedy a great injustice—if he chooses.
Washington, D.C., will be an armed camp, empty of celebration, on January 20. Love of safety threatens to master us.
Political power has always been overrated.
There are many lessons to be drawn from the 2020 election. The transformation of the United States of America from a republic into an oligarchy is a large and portentous lesson.
Will the Democrats be rewarded or held accountable for their decapitation strategy to disenfranchise more than 74 million Americans?
A party is what people say it is and the people who say what it is run and win primaries, show up at conventions, and run for precinct chair. No more whining. Time for work.
The powers that be are alienating millions and millions of people. Every time they tell another lie, or silence another voice, the number grows.
The Democrats are not going to be able to hide much longer behind their Trump hatred. But it’s really all they’ve got.
The conflict between neoconservatives and the Trump base sets up a major battle for which faction will control the Republican Party in the post-Trump era.
What is this latest impeachment gambit really about? Of course, it was a Parthian shot to discredit President Trump’s supporters.
Bipartisanship is now a country-club Republican illusion, although one that Democrats periodically trot out when they want the Romneys, Murakowskis, Toomeys, etc. to vote with them.
In the words of the immortal Tommy Heinsohn, Mitch McConnell should go home to his wife. Because nobody here loves him.
But the actual “big lie” is that the 2020 election was on the up-and-up and no amount of unpersoning will persuade half the country otherwise. Indeed, it confirms it.
Former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale might be a proxy for the America First movement—and its betrayal.
Democrats, with the help of many Republicans, appear to be falling back on “some kind of Gestapo,” and let’s not credit it with being directed humanely.
How Mark Robinson beat Michael Bloomberg's billions to win North Carolina's second-highest office.