In what was supposed to be Hillary Clinton’s historic night, the contradictions and tensions within the Democratic Party were undeniable and distracting.
At a DNC marked by a lurch toward socialism, the most shocking thing in Philadelphia this week might just be a quiet exhibition of our founding documents.
Not even Bill Clinton could hide the cognitive dissonance at the DNC Tuesday night. Either America is great, or we need a revolution. Both can’t be true.
In an awkward night of disruptions and jeers from Bernie Sanders delegates, the DNC limped through its first night in Philadelphia.
The Democratic National Convention this week will illuminate a reality the mainstream media has been eager to downplay: the GOP isn’t the only party in crisis.
Donald Trump acceptance speech was cartoonish and Nixonian, and it will likely be remembered as a kind of eulogy for the GOP.
Ted Cruz confronted a restive Texas delegation Thursday morning after his bombshell non-endorsement of Donald Trump last night.
Chris Christie’s vacuous speech on Tuesday night at the RNC proved he is in thrall to Donald Trump. He has become a Ring-wraith, a slave to one master.
Not only did Cruz fail to endorse Trump, in a master stroke of rhetorical understatement he also implored Republicans to “vote your conscience” in November.
Utah Sen. Mike Lee fears that by silencing conservatives on the convention floor on Monday, the GOP lost a rare opportunity to unite the party. Why have conventions if votes are perfunctory?
Chaos briefly reined at the Republican National Convention Monday afternoon as GOP officials muzzled conservatives on the convention floor. The GOP is now the party of Trump.
An effort by conservatives to force a roll call vote on the GOP convention rules was quashed by party leaders Monday. The party now belongs to Trump.
The Republican leaders who show up to the convention and climb aboard the Trump train will be purged from whatever comes after the GOP.
Amid calls to reduce police violence, we need to consider whether we really want police to enforce the regulations of an overweening administrative state.
We won’t hear much from liberals about the motives of the Dallas gunman in the days ahead. But we will hear a lot about gun control.
The FBI’s recommendation not to indict Hillary Clinton highlights institutional decay and explains Americans’ growing distrust of government.
Under the guise of regulating campaign finance, Democrats are waging a never-ending campaign to suppress free speech.
Americans are increasingly distrustful of their government. They’re even losing confidence in the Supreme Court. The court’s rulings this week explain why.
The idea of a united Europe isn’t new. But Brexit reminds us that uniting the continent requires eroding national sovereignty and using force.
LeBron James and the Cavaliers made history Sunday night. But perhaps even more important, they cast doubt on the Warriors’ brand of ‘small ball.’
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