Texas Republicans are hyping a report of voter fraud despite a lack of evidence, indulging a bad old habit of pandering to an excitable base.
After days of outrage and condemnations, the Covington affair has revealed a disturbing bigotry among far too many media figures and outlets on the left.
Bombshell testimony comes after months of witnesses alleging widespread corruption at the highest levels of the Mexican government.
In the culture war, conservatives haven’t given up without a fight so much as they’ve been trampled underfoot.
Trump says there’s a crisis on the border, but the crisis reaches far beyond the border into every institution in Mexico and Central America.
Trump and the Democrats could agree to more funding for border security in exchange for more funding for processing asylum-seekers, but they won’t.
There’s a big difference between trophy hunting and hunting for sport or subsistence. The latter is salutary and noble, the former is a disgrace.
Obamacare was sold to the American people under false pretenses and upheld by a dishonest Supreme Court ruling. Now it’s coming apart, and it’s about time.
As public schools begin to enforce rigid transgender policies, the trans movement is becoming more mainstream and less tolerant.
Hundreds of migrants from Central America attempted to forcibly enter the U.S. on Sunday, heralding a new and dangerous era in the ongoing migrant crisis.
Catholics leaving the church over the sex abuse crisis are giving into the false notion that the sacraments depend on blameless clerics.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops met in Baltimore this week hoping to address the sex abuse crisis. Instead, they made things worse.
Cruz barely beat Beto O’Rourke, and other statewide races across Texas showed that despite its deep-red reputation, Texas could turn blue.
O’Rourke’s loss should put to rest the notion that a left-wing progressive can win in deep-red Texas without compromising on key issues.
For all the hype about turning Texas blue, Beto O’Rourke represents nothing so much as the deeply myopic state of the Texas Democratic Party.
The popularity of a grand conspiracy theory—the kind that took hold of the Pittsburgh gunman—is the result of a shattered political culture.
NBC is wrong to fire Kelly over her blackface comments, but if that’s the standard, Kimmel and Fallon should be fired, too.
Before one of the largest midterm election crowds in recent memory, Trump outlined the grand theme of his reelection: culture war.
Democrats running in states that went hard for Trump face a dilemma: how to win GOP votes without betraying the Resistance.
Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly and GOP challenger Mike Braun are both trying to use Trump’s abiding popularity in the Hoosier State to their advantage.
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