The country knows that this completely unacceptable state of violence has been facilitated, denied, apologized for, and to some extent encouraged by elements of the new and radicalized Democratic coalition.
Fr. Jenkins thinks his position as Notre Dame’s president means people are dying to hear from him. Truthfully, we aren’t. Not if he’s going to sound like an excuse-making infanticide cheerleader.
A great nation doesn’t get used to looting and mayhem on behalf of dubious social causes. It shuts them down.
Barry Goldwater’s admonition bears repeating as we near election day: “extremism in defense of liberty is no vice.”
Will Republicans have a party that regresses back to the altar of soulless neoliberalism or will they endeavor to think deeply and be humble enough to chart a nobler course?
We are meant to believe Joe Biden is the next president of the United States: C’mon, man.
Is it any wonder that after granting the District of Columbia “Home Rule” in 1973, Congress took parts of it back in 1995 and again in 1997?
For Vicky Osterweil, “Looting represents a material way that riots and protests help the community.”
Democrats will always lie about race. This is a brief history of their efforts and the apparent motivations behind them.
Barring another catastrophe on the scale of the coronavirus, this president will be reelected and be the only chief executive whose second term was more successful than his first.
If so, it will mark Donald Trump’s greatest political achievement—at least equal to his stunning 2016 victory—potentially destabilizing the Democratic Party’s most faithful constituency in the future.
The Republican National Convention doesn’t have to be lame. Here are some things America’s Master Troll can say to wrap up the festivities with a bang.
It is time we defend the franchise with accountability and action, not just rhetoric.
What Democrats want is radical to everyday Americans, but it is not especially radical by the standards of the establishment.
With a second Trump term, the long-term trajectory of the GOP will cement and coalesce around an agenda that promotes American strivers and enthusiastically endorses American exceptionalism.
There’s nothing principled about boosting a lawless FBI director and being paid millions from a leftist tycoon to perform the role of a Trump-hating conservative while concealing the truth from the public.
Rioters and their Democratic enablers sound like husbands who beat their wives: If Trump didn’t make us so mad, we wouldn’t have to riot. How absurd.
Biden’s rickety aircraft bound together by duct tape and sealing wax will come apart in the air between now and the election.
The Democrats’ platitudes all served the same narrative: the old America is bad, Trump is the old America, and Trump and his supporters will be ousted and punished.
The point is not what Democrats say against Donald Trump, or the irony of their rhetoric, but the very fact that their opposition somehow exempts them from the absurdities of their own paradoxes.