A year ago this week I drove through Ohio and Pennsylvania talking to people about the election. It wasn’t hard to see why many of them wanted Trump.
Today’s Democratic Party is hollowing itself out to progressive ideology—and leaving moderate and historically liberal voters behind.
From background checks to buy ammo, to banning plastic bags and taxing cigarettes, California’s sanctimoniousness really shone through this year.
The CIA now says Russia intervened in the 2016 election in order to elect Donald Trump. If that’s true, it’s Obama’s fault.
We can have civil, productive, and thankful discussions over our fall feasts if we start with the agreement that there are limits to what the government can do, the executive branch included.
It’s not just college students and professors ignoring ethics and common courtesy to disavow Donald Trump to students. It’s also K-12 teachers.
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.
The election of Donald J. Trump was perhaps unfortunate, but he is now our president, and there are no do-overs in a democracy.
If you, too, are looking for an alternative to sitting glued to your television screen watching returns that promise to be depressing no matter which way they go, here are a few possibilities.
If we’re looking for the best worst-case scenario, simply voting against one of the candidates may not deliver that outcome. We need a more-scientific method of choosing our executioner.
Christian and pro-life voters face a difficult choice in 2016. But despite the weaknesses of other candidates, Hillary Clinton should not make the list.
Ben Jacobs, political reporter for The Guardian, joined Ben Domenech on The Federalist Radio Hour.
Gary Johnson may be a pro-choice, pro-gay pot-smoker. But he’s for limited government, and that’s what conservative Christians need.
If my fellow Christians can face the sword of ISIS, surely I can face a Donald Trump presidency.
We’ve all heard familiarity breeds contempt, and Arkansas is definitely familiar with the Clintons.
It’s close to impossible for Evan McMullin to win the presidency. But it’s also nearly impossible that his campaign will be responsible for giving the election to Hillary.
The Washington Post’s James Hohmann joins today’s Federalist Radio Hour.
Insisting that people vote for the lesser evil is essentially saying the end justifies the means. And to abandon what we think is right is to throw standards of right and wrong in the trash.
Voting just encourages the bastards. Every vote is a show of support, a sign of approval for a group that barely qualifies as human.
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