In a piece in the Washington Post today, EJ Dionne allegedly lays out the “three big lies about health care.” One of them, however, isn’t a lie at all. The other is a debatable policy question. The third is an absolute strawman.
If you hate President Trump for his offenses against good government, have the decency to admit that Mike Pence is clearly much better.
The behavior of many on the Left this week sent a message that not only do they not ‘get’ the other half of the country, they don’t want to. That’s a recipe for losing elections.
A fan risked his life to get a selfie of his hero, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, and the video footage is pretty hilarious.
Some pundits refuse to talk about Rep. Steve Scalise as a victim of last week’s violence. Instead, he’s a bigot whose life was saved by a gay black woman.
A Republican won a reliably Republican district in reliably red Georgia. Whoop-di-doo.
Jon Ossoff’s loss in Georgia’s sixth district is what happens when Democrats believe their own hype about the power of money in politics.
We already know that an electorate can be happy with a president and dislike his party. Why can’t the reverse be true?
Jon Ossoff’s loss in Georgia’s special election is a repeat lesson for Democrats. In 2014 they flooded Texas with outsider cash, but Wendy Davis lost in a landslide.
We all want and need community. If our politics makes community impossible, then perhaps we’ve gotten things a bit messed up.
Charlie Sykes argues that it’s dangerous for the Right to ignore fringe figures like Alex Jones. But the Left has a much worse track record.
Is it possible that the machinations in the Nixon administration resemble recent reports about the intelligence agencies under the Obama administration?
Many are still seeking to understand this unpredictable president—what he’s accomplished, how he’s failed, and the hard truths both sides refuse to admit.
Federalist senior writer Mary Katharine Ham called out reporters for rewriting history by reminding them that the process to pass Obamacare was not transparent.
As Obamacare continues its slow-motion collapse, liberals have latched onto an effective talking point: accusing Republicans of ‘sabotaging’ the law by creating ‘uncertainty.’
We shouldn’t make the mistake of thinking that the current escalations in political rhetoric and acts of violence are divorced from these broader globalist trends.
Mary Katharine Ham called out The New York Times after it ran an editorial falsely claiming that Sarah Palin was to blame for the Arizona shooting.
Thanks to the abortion industry, leading Democrats have a complete lack of awareness about American support for basic abortion restrictions and even what Democrat voters believe.
If ‘inflammatory rhetoric’ poisons the well of civility, then certainly liberals bear some responsibility for Wednesday’s hideous assault against Republicans.
Many simple things have become so politicized that many ordinary, decent people are culturally conditioned to ignore anything and everything that might call ethics into question.
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