What if your Uber driver voted for Trump? What if your waitress voted for Trump? What if, heaven forfend, the guy who delivers your New York Times voted for Trump?
Concentration camps are not, under any circumstances, analogous to detention centers where thousand of foreigners are being held until their cases are adjudicated.
It’s not just about the Electoral College. It’s about the Democrats’ inclination to object to core ideals of the Constitution.
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes found a Brooklyn audience ready for a fight with Trump at an event promoting his new book.
In ‘A Colony in a Nation,’ Chris Hayes asks whether it’s possible to reconcile institutional racism and the need for law and order and finds that identifying problems is easier than identifying solutions.
Media were apoplectic when Guiliani questioned Obama’s patriotism, ignoring similar slurs against conservatives. But they themselves love crying racism.
Bowe Bergdahl’s release was triumphantly announced by President Obama. But as problematic details emerge, the left scrambles to spin the story.
The type of state we’ve created over the past century is increasingly at odds with the style of government we have.
The contention that the GOP is more ideologically inflexible than Democrats is preposterous. So is the idea that conviction is a political liability.
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