The columnist who wrote an entire column in 2011 that derisively compared global warming with religion now believes that humans are responsible for climate change.
I’m fed up with the anti-anti-anti-Trumpers, so now I’m anti-anti-anti-anti-Trump. Welcome to the tangled web of stupid partisan bickering in 2017.
Talk radio host Dennis Prager says that Never Trumpers need to rally behind their president. But there’s nothing wrong with standing on principle.
Attacking bureaucracy and nominating a solid originalist to the Supreme Court? Be still, my beating heart.
Rather than tell people what they can discuss politically, we should be listening and learning from our political opponents.
Donald Trump is openly, brazenly unprincipled, without bothering over any pretense. How will that change the Republican Party?
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.
How do you vote in an election when there is no lesser of two evils? Here are four things to keep in mind as you think about going to the polls on Tuesday.
Swearing never to endorse Trump left conservatives with little hope, and no leverage. It may even have led to Trump’s nomination.
Donald Trump isn’t going to be president of the United States. But conservative voters should prevent Clinton from getting a landslide victory.
Senior Editors David Harsanyi and Mollie Hemingway debate Donald Trump’s surprising performance, the moderators’ odd decisions, and whether town halls are from Satan.
The move to endorse now seems ideologically baseless, because it is. It seems like an act of political self-defense, because it is. And it seems opportunistic, because it is.
Hurled insults rarely fail to appease disgruntled voters. Since Never Trump types could make a difference in the election, perhaps try different tactics.
What with the wall-to-wall Trump coverage, you maybe didn’t notice your candidate is Hillary Clinton.
Insisting ‘no vote is a vote for the Greater Evil’ takes voters for granted, as if they are shirking their duty to the party. But parties have to earn allegiance. They’re not entitled to it.
No politician will ever make America great again.
Denying Donald Trump the Republican presidential nomination would embolden Trump’s supporters to give him or someone like him even more power, either within the GOP or through a new third party.
Kendal Unruh and her co-conspirators need to be able to show delegates an acceptable alternative to Trump exists.
The Republican Party is not ‘unifying.’ It is surrendering.
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