In a party that is tilting hard to the left, moderation in the 2020 race is now a function of personality, not policy stances, which must inevitably cater to radicals.
Doubling down on accusations and demanding the un-redacted Mueller report is no substitute for collusion myths, but Democrats’ inability to let it go helps the president.
The miscarriage of justice in the hate crime hoax speaks volumes about the way identity politics has created a new form of entitlement.
A quarrel about the Holocaust and victim status is an avoidable tragedy between two countries that should be allies.
The former Starbucks CEO’s talk of an independent centrist run for president is good news for Republicans and a warning for Democrats.
The would-be frontrunner was the first to announce for president but the explanations for why Elizabeth Warren can’t win are already baked into her campaign cake.
Alabama Democrats imitated Russia’s 2016 social media tactics, proving that both parties will cheat but not that such tactics actually work.
Ron Chernow won’t save the White House Correspondents dinner, but the break from left-wing rants masquerading as comedy illustrates how partisanship is killing journalism.
Checks and Balance’s attempt to pose as a moral alternative to the Federalist Society and others who support the Trump administration is disingenuous.
The editorial board’s revision of the history of the Robert Bork hearings reveals a glaring double standard for Republicans and Democrats on the subject of playing by the rules.
The notion that blacks, Hispanics, Native Americans or farmers are less capable than anybody else of complying with such a simple regulation is as absurd as it is insulting.
The same journalists who come unstuck over President Trump’s criticism of outlets like CNN gloss right over New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s criticism of Fox News.
A career death penalty for a tweet seems egregious especially when the same guardians of public morality are extolling those who offend public sensibilities in other ways.
Republicans aren’t abandoning their party or surrendering to the Democrats. But neither should they feel compelled to defend the indefensible on Russia.
Democrats have their own liability running for office in Virginia, but it’s not likely she will get the same kind of exposure that Corey Stewart will from an unfriendly media.
It’s not as if it was a great secret, but last week’s New York Times feature about the open ties between prominent conservative critics of President Donald Trump and liberals made it official.
Gun control advocates rarely state their views so bluntly, but they think Second Amendment rights should be sacrificed solely to assuage their fears.
To speak as though the plight of even the most sympathetic illegal immigrants is analogous to the plight of Jews during the Holocaust is simply egregious.
The willingness of the survivors to push for gun control has transformed them into idols of an anti-gun mainstream media.
When even The New York Times concedes administration policy is leading to an investment surge, is it time to admit Trump has helped the economy?
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