Max Boot has announced he is no longer a conservative.
In spite of a seemingly unstoppable alliance among media, bureaucrats, the House, and Never-Trumper Republicans, the left appears destined to extract defeat from jaws of victory.
Ironically, for a man who claims to want divisions healed, Mitt Romney’s public attack on the president served merely to sow discord.
The news that former Trump attorney Michael Cohen pled guilty to a process crime was enough to convince them of Trump’s guilt, despite the lack of evidence.
If this story had been true, it would have been proof of the conspiracy theory the Resistance/Media/NeverTrump has peddled without evidence for years, but being upset about it being false means that you’re also guilty!
Checks and Balance’s attempt to pose as a moral alternative to the Federalist Society and others who support the Trump administration is disingenuous.
Trumpism is now the unregretted tattoo that altered the Republican coalition, making it edgier, more rugged, and more relentless in pursuing its policy objectives.
As a voter who recognizes the unfortunate realities of our politics, I believe supporting Trump has become the responsible choice.
Something about the Brett Kavanaugh circus these past two weeks made me reconsider staying on the sidelines. The new low in political gamesmanship disturbed me.
The first—if not only—task of conservatism, in Never Trumpers’ telling, consists of resisting President Trump. If Trump leads the GOP, then nuke it from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure.
The insurgent left wing of the Democratic Party makes it hard to argue against voting for Republicans in the midterms.
The president has shown himself to be a stronger promoter of conservatism than many had anticipated, albeit unfortunately quite the spender.
Yes, the news media hates Donald Trump. No, it isn’t a conspiracy.
Donald Trump, it turned out, read the conservative electorate much more accurately than the finest minds in Republican punditry. Their response is revenge.
Ben Domenech hosted a live taping of Federalist Radio at the Aspen Ideas Festival. They discuss Trumpism and its impact on the future of conservatism.
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.
While the self-labeled remnant challenges conservatives to live up to a higher standard, others counter that we should leverage unified Republican government to secure policy wins.
Neither Democrats nor Republicans are concerned about the sanctity of the ‘collusion’ investigation. That doesn’t mean they get to ignore the Constitution.
Ideas and persuasion alone are as insufficient to stem the tide of illiberalism sweeping across the country as a few liquor raids were to bringing down Al Capone.
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