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.
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.
If the GOP wants to win again, they’ll reject McConnell and find younger leadership that is ready to build a new party to serve the middle class, not the ruling class.
Only the emergence of the Republican Party as a fully populist, America First entity can keep the wackiness at bay.
Why exactly is it imperative to vote Republican? How exactly will Republicans stop the Left—and stop them from doing what, exactly?
The grassroots need destroy RINOs in primary contests, support Republicans in general elections, and make sure establishment traitors cannot escape the specter of Trump for generations to come.
Begging those same voters to keep them in power adds insult to injury.
If you don’t want to be abandoned, or betrayed, or abused by the establishment anymore, then here’s an idea: maybe you should become the establishment.
The GOP offers the illusion of opposition and so represents the biggest obstacle toward a better future for Americans. Perhaps it’s time it all falls down.
Republicans need to start applying their principles in a way that serves their constituents.
President Trump has fought tooth and nail to build a broad workers’ movement that transcends party lines. We would be fools to abandon it.
We patriots are hearing this call, and we must be ready to say, “Here I am, send me!”
Any Republican politician who is not at the front in fighting election fraud should be understood quite well as one who never wanted President Trump to win in the first place.
After years of being misled by the disconnected-from-history visions of both the Left and Right, we finally have someone in the lead who loves America and her ideals.
Lindsay Graham is trying to kill a measure to protect Americans from cyberattack because one of his biggest donors, the government of Qatar, has given him marching orders to kill it. Enough already.
Trump’s victory in 2016 was no fluke, and he’s on track to repeat it in 2020.
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.