The solutions are really rather simple if we chose to act upon, and truly believe, reality and science.
Here’s what we need to do differently, should Donald Trump take back the White House in 2024.
The Democrats, no less than the media, slobbered all over the former House speaker for his recent anti-Trump speech. But their love is strictly conditioned on Ryan remaining a pajama-boy conservative.
The GOP must become the party of patriotic populism. Permanently.
If the GOP is serious about building a winning party and a winning agenda, Kevin McCarthy needs to follow Liz Cheney to the backbenches.
What elite Republicans like Liz Cheney have failed to grasp is that Donald Trump didn’t realign the party. He tapped into something that had already happened and is now accelerating.
The Texas senator is a mature, formidable, and potent emerging force among nationalists and populists.
According to Republicans, Americans are lazy and they must be coerced to work.
Their fury now is designed to assuage their guilt. It will not succeed, even in that.
She was not “deplatformed,” shouted down, heckled, or physically attacked and forced to flee. She's free to stand before her constituents next year—and they’re free to vote her out.
If conservatives and Republicans don’t exactly constitute “the stupid party,” then there are certainly grounds to call them something else.
It is the role of the U.S. House GOP conference chairman to attack Democrats and aid Republicans, not vice versa.
A party is what people say it is, so let's become the dominant force in the party. Push the pendulum in the direction of America First policies.
Don’t ask why we need to oust her. Ask why she was ever in leadership in the first place.
The GOP's future comes in the form of a multiracial working-class political coalition—not in the C-suite.
When we weigh a person’s guilt or innocence, their actions alone are what should determine our final verdict.
The West Virginia Republican is a Golden Boy who still has an excellent shot at busting up the leftist social-democratic agenda.
At some point, the former Republican establishment will have to familiarize itself with the consequences of being defeated by Donald Trump within its own party.
Where the media and Democrats see a monster, Americans who are paying attention see a benevolent, smart, fearless leader.
The SAFE Act rightly prevents vulnerable minors from irrevocably disfiguring their bodies. That the Arkansas governor cannot see that and say so is pathetic.