The potential of a Trump political dynasty, or of the man himself continuing to loom over the political landscape like Oz the Great and Terrible, is certainly worthy of consideration.
Given Linda Sarsour’s record, her claim that she supports Bernie Sanders because of rising anti-Semitism in America is irony thick enough to cut with a chainsaw.
Elizabeth Warren’s ascent in the Democratic presidential campaign is the oft-told tale of a politician becoming boring, telling voters what they want to hear and disguising it as something else.
‘What If We Stopped Pretending?’ is infuriating the left. Yet Jonathan Franzen cannot quite escape the mindset he believes has led to the End of The World As We Know It.
The Democratic presidential campaigns are currently in the throes of what they think is a debate about ‘electability.’ But they are finding the concept elusive.
The all-time debut of Harley Quinn highlights a top episode of the series.
Democrats usually prefer to fall in love with their candidates. Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s slow but steady climb in the polls suggest it has not been love at first sight for many.
The claims made in the bill originate mostly from a group that could be described as the propaganda arm of a terrorist organization.
While black Americans’ attitudes on LGBTQ issues pose a problem for Pete Buttigieg, his candidacy exposes a more general issue for a Democratic Party whose elites are disproportionately white leftists.
The establishment press must be getting quite a crick in its collective neck from having to look away so often from the antisemitic elements of the left, including within the Democratic Party.
‘What they thought was an alternative society was basically a field full of six-foot-deep mud laced with LSD. If that was the world they wanted to live in, then f— the lot of them.’
Trying to shake down a racetrack investor is not politics as usual; it is attempted extortion. Trying to shake down a children’s hospital is not logrolling; it is the Chicago Way.
Billionaire Democratic Party donor Tom Steyer made himself a household name with his crusade to impeach President Trump. But that’s strangely not at the forefront of his presidential bid.
The unanimous decision greatly increases the odds a jury will hear Sarah Palin’s claim that the Times acted with actual malice by linking her to an assassination attempt on a congresswoman.
The New York Times has announced to the world it thinks it unacceptable to publish a news headline without also signaling the paper’s institutional disapproval of President Trump.
The infighting consuming Democrats this year has spread beyond the presidential primary campaign and House caucus to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
It would be ridiculous to allow the 2020 field to obfuscate on an issue that divides Democrats and remains President Trump’s signature position.
Doug Ducey’s administration should not have had to clean up a story from a reporter who seemed invested in the idea that Ducey should be supporting marijuana decriminalization.
The resolution impinges on no one’s constitutional rights; it merely put Congress on record as opposing the anti-Israel boycott, divestment, sanctions movement.
As Trump seeks reelection in 2020, his best bet is to pick up where he left off in 2016 and pay attention to the Electoral College.
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