Since Donald Trump’s political renewal is already underway, it makes sense to think about who is against him and who is on his team now—and to get ready for the coming revenge.
How many disappointments, betrayals, and failed promises do people need to endure before they say, “Never again?”
For GOP leadership, it is impossible to mention white suffering without dragging in the "black experience."
The Virginia election results offer us a misleading, illusory stability, if it leads Americans to believe that our elections can be trusted.
Based on Nicole Malliotakis’ history as an anti-Trump liberal and despite her posturing to the contrary, her betrayal on the infrastructure bill is a bridge too far.
Right now, the Republicans appear to be unbeatable in 2022 and 2024—and Donald Trump appears to be unbeatable among the Republicans.
Using the Virginia election as an excuse to return to the old mantras of the GOP will only waste the valuable lessons of Tuesday night.
The GOP’s obvious path forward is the precise opposite of what the 2012 RNC “autopsy” suggested.
No more excuses for inaction can be tolerated, particularly not the one that the limitations of their offices forbids more active engagement.
For too long Republicans have been queasy about using their power. It’s time to get over that.
Exclusive: Sources reveal the South Dakota governor and potential 2024 VP candidate is having an extramarital affair with former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski.
If you are a Republican, you have the chance—indeed, the duty—to redeem, reinvigorate, and repurpose the party for America’s newest birth of freedom.
For patriotic populists, there is much tedious work to be done.
The catastrophic and banal Bidenization of America is giving the Republicans a winning hand, but they must play it carefully.
Now is the time to start working to make sure the likes of McCarthy and McConnell don’t have the votes to be in leadership come January 2023.
The West Virginia congressman can’t dance his way out of his troubles.
Given the actual state of affairs and the national decline since 9/11, it’s time to look past Crenshaw’s tropes and specious reasoning.
West Virginia Republican Alex Mooney also has a big-time ethics problem. Self-serving appeals to his “conservative” bona fides aren’t good enough.
Republicans would do well to abstain from misleading talk about “bipartisanship” and refer to the Democrats as what they really are: a totalitarian threat to our constitutional system.
For all his faults, Al Gore couldn't have been worse.