A true feminist agenda is not at odds with a true American one.
Republicans, please hire some people to teach you how to seize the race issue, not run from it. The Democrat position is flimsy; it’s rhetorical, not empirical.
Improbable as it often seems, and whatever his failings, in this election Donald Trump is the candidate of honesty, competence, and legality.
A merican Greatness assistant editor Pedro Gonzalez joined Tucker Carlson to discuss his latest article, “Caudillismo or Weak Sister Conservatism?” Tucker & @emeriticus: Trump's Rising […]
It’s time Republicans started acting like winners. Acknowledge that the court is now a legislature and act accordingly.
A suburban mom reflects on her 2016 vote and vows to do better in 2020.
If the aim is merely to survive this “revolution” and win elections, then we have only delayed the cycle a little while longer.
It’s OK to be “pro-woman” and pro-Trump. It’s OK to be “pro-woman” and a conservative. These things are not mutually exclusive.
Maybe America’s Latinos are “natural conservatives.” But until Spanish language media is no longer an ideologically monolithic mass of leftist propaganda, this potential will be unrealized.
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?
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.
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.
Heroes, promise, opportunity, and greatness versus a round-the-clock obsession with racism and identity politics, climate hysteria, open borders, and higher taxes. Which is the more attractive?
Trump must spell out the contrast between his America First patriotism and the Biden-Harris embrace of multilateral, multicultural, multipolar multinationalism.
Ultimately, the more motivated side that makes the most sacrifices will prevail.
There are several possibilities, including aliens. (Maybe.)
Will GOP leaders settle for the poor wages of compromise like Black Kettle? Or will they refuse to compromise with those who wish to destroy us and fight politically, even to the end, like Tecumseh?