Democrats lost because they swung too far left and abandoned white, working-class voters. If they don’t change course, they’ll become the Green Party.
Because I am neither stupid nor old, I feel as though the voice of a real black man who voted for Donald Trump should be heard.
Democrats looking to figure out what went wrong and how to recover would actually be well-advised, for once, to take a cue from “Saturday Night Live.”
In the wake of Donald Trump’s victory, some on the political Left are lashing out, loudly proclaiming just how intolerant and illiberal they really are.
According to a new poll, Democrats no longer think it’s nuts to claim the election was rigged. Forty-three percent told YouGov the 2016 election was rigged.
I am an urban, millennial woman, and I voted for Trump. Now, I’m afraid to explain my reasoning to an angry, vitriolic left that will not listen to me.
We need to promote a marketplace of ideas, not divide into ideologically segregated safe spaces. Non-stereotypical Trump voters could help achieve that.
What to do now that Donald Trump is going to be president? Skip the five stages of grief and go straight to the five stages of NeverTrump.
Looking out on a valley in the Schwarzwald surrounded by posh European men with pants tight enough to ensure they could never procreate, my mind embraced Donald Trump.
Liberals spent the 2016 presidential campaign defending the Clinton’s questionable foundation dealings. But post-election, their interest has waned.
If there was one mistake that stands out above all the others, it is the decision by the campaign to ignore the warnings of one Bill Clinton.
For many Democrats, the best political system is the one that instills them with most amount of power. The Electoral College only gets in the way.
Almost every suburban mom I knew in my relatively diverse suburb planned to vote for Trump. Was I living in some alternative universe? Turns out not.
Liberals who chest-thump about the integrity of our political institutions are frequently eager to discredit those same political institutions when it suits their purposes.
‘The really alarming thing is that a lot of people in the media aren’t listening. . . the media need to wake up because it’s actually a very important time to get our credibility back.’
We can still hope for America’s success, and consider the silver linings a Trump presidency might offer. But Trump is a terrible model for the right.
Donald Trump is our next president. Despite the anxiety in some parts of the country, there may be a number of bright spots ahead.
Instead of protesting Donald Trump’s presidency, the frightened and troubled should turn to ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ for advice and consolation.
Turnout in rural and suburban areas across the Midwest propelled Trump to victory in states he wasn’t supposed to win. The key to his appeal was respect.
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