Obama taking to twitter to to use the virus attack Donald Trump and promote his climate agenda is the last thing America needs.
Calm, cool, collected, yet urgent, Trump’s Oval Office remarks were an illustration in the kind of leadership Americans crave in moments of crisis.
It won’t be comfortable in a city that has grown used to substituting talking points and campaign ads for governance, but the nature of the coronavirus crisis demands answers, and here’s why.
The Taliban only came to the table because of the sacrifices many brave Americans have made. In light of this and the fact that the U.S. objectives remain the same, our sacrifices were not in vain.
Despite unending negative-media attack, a level of polarization not seen since the 1960s or maybe 1860s, and a literal impeachment vote, more of America thinks we’re going the right direction.
If Democrats actually believe Trump is a danger to democracy, they will act accordingly and put aside petty partisan goals for the good of the country.
After Bolton trashed Bush in an op-ed, the former president complained that he had expended political capital on Bolton and got little in return.
Anger Twitter users lashed out when cameras caught actor Vince Vaughn chatting with President Donald Trump at the LSU versus Clemson game.
There is a simple reason President Trump should not have been impeached by the House, and the Senate should acquit him: Epstein didn’t kill himself.
The real reason behind the Afghanistan misadventure is not just bureaucratic inertia, military-industrial culture, or myopic politicians. It is hyper-emotional idealism coupled with historical ignorance.
Should the Democrats pull the trigger to impeach the president? In 2008, several leading Democrats told their colleagues to get over their impeachment obsession and allow voters to pick new leadership.
“Just because I don’t agree with someone on everything, doesn’t mean that I’m not going to be friends with them,” DeGeneres said.
On the podcast, Ben Domenech and Peter Wehner discuss the lessons conservatives have learned from issues like the Iraq War, stem-cell research, and religious liberty protections.
Mitt Romney’s conflation of policy disagreements with criticism of Donald Trump’s character make his Washington Post op-ed incoherent and fatuous.
At former president George H.W. Bush’s funeral service on Wednesday afternoon, his son choked back tears while eulogizing his father.
If Democrats win the House this week, it won’t necessarily be the historic moment partisans imagine. While the president’s party almost always loses in the midterms, it rarely defines his presidency.
The Trump administration is taking stock of agreements and treaties that do not serve American interests first.
The Supreme Court confirmation hearings show conspiracy theorists aren’t confined to any political party, they’re just treated differently by the press.
Republicans aren’t abandoning their party or surrendering to the Democrats. But neither should they feel compelled to defend the indefensible on Russia.
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