The self-proclaimed arbiters of unity are truly bringing people together to counteract their destructive and despicable attacks against anyone who disagrees with them.
In Obama’s farewell address Tuesday night, he proclaimed his tenure a success. But his domestic achievements will be reversed, and his legacy will be war.
With Trump in the White House and the GOP in control of Congress, many conservatives are convincing themselves big government isn’t so bad after all.
Donald Trump is openly, brazenly unprincipled, without bothering over any pretense. How will that change the Republican Party?
This year was a disaster for the Democratic Party, and it was caused by decisions they made long ago about their basic priorities.
The worst part of Donald Trump’s economic interventions is that he’s getting other Republicans to throw out the party’s free-market ideology.
In the aftermath of Trump’s victory, the Republican Party is at a crossroads. Will they embrace identity politics, like progressives before them?
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.
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.
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.
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.
On Federalist Radio today, Mollie and David discuss Tuesday’s outcomes, the media’s response, the deceiving election day polls, and the future Trump administration.
Two Trump supporters give their case for the Republican nominee on the final day before voters head to the polls on The Federalist Radio Hour.
No matter who wins the election Tuesday, 2016 has revealed the dominant myth of our time, which is that our problems are not our fault, and come from afar.
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.
Benjy Sarlin, political reporter at NBC News and MSNBC, joins Ben Domenech on The Federalist Radio to discuss campaign coverage of the Republican nominee.
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