The president hinting at the use of federal troops under the Insurrection Act set off a chorus of howls. But do detractors have a valid complaint?
President Trump and governors’ coronavirus policy has remained captive to a singular, and quite possibly scientifically flawed, understanding of the epidemic.
The South Dakota governor rejected the mandatory government-forced shutdown. Now, the media claim her decisions were made out of emotion and naked ambition, not courage.
If you do one thing wrong during this pandemic, you will die. But we must be steadfast and brave, and bravery means staying at home forever.
You can stop Walmart from selling seeds. You can’t stop kids from playing outside.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi condemned the Trump administration’s response to the pandemic stemming from the Wuhan virus, including plans to reopen the economy.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is drawing ire from Americans quickly losing patience with additional government restrictions that lack judgment and balance.
If we can learn anything from Wisconsin about coronavirus and election panics, maybe it’s that it’s time to start thinking about November.
Following Trump’s touting of anti-malaria drug as a potential ‘game changer’ in treating the coronavirus, several states instituted bans on using the anti-virals. Now they’re carving out reasonable exceptions.
Some governors are understanding now isn’t the time to be fiddling with enumerated rights. The right to keep and bear a gun must also include the right to legally purchase one.
The media don’t seem to understand federalism—that governors, not the president, are the proper authorities to manage quarantines and disaster response.
Rather than produce good results for patients, overbearing regulations such as certificate-of-need laws have inflated health-care costs and created a lack of competition, leading to poor care and shortages.
Matt Bevin’s loss doesn’t have anything to do with Trump, and it’s not about ‘conservatives’ versus ‘moderates,’ either. Conservatism embodies middle-class and working-class values. Why not embrace that?
Exposing voters to the ‘transgender sports’ message boosts Matt Bevin’s two-party support by +10 points overall, from 46 percent to 56 percent. The best persuasion targets move +18 points, from 43 percent to 65 percent support.
Manhattan Institute’s Michael Hendrix joins the Federalist Radio Hour to unpack some of the biggest wins and losses for state politics after the midterms.
The Resistance who had actively convinced themselves of the wave’s existence, were hampered by the economy, by Kavanaugh, and by a challenging map.
Oklahoma’s Republican Gov. Mary Fallin recently came in at number 50 in the nation with a whopping 74 percent disapproval rating. Yes, she’s really that bad.
Blagojevich’s swampy actions don’t deserve a commuted sentence. If President Trump wants to stick to his mission, he should let the former Illinois governor serve his time for his crimes.
As for the three cycles of electoral shellacking that got them to this place, Pelosi says ‘we have a plan for that.’ Is the plan in an exclusive Tahitian resort or in the woods near Chappaqua?
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