Ted Cruz’s Donald Trump endorsement reminds us never, ever, ever to trust a politician.
Peter Thiel’s vision complements but challenges prevailing Republican views on war.
Both main parties are old fossils, media is melting down, and we have all the tools we need to work around them.
Saying the United States is in dire straits and that one politician is uniquely qualified to fix it isn’t dark or scary. It’s typical political posturing.
The man who has a fair chance of being our next president casually dropped in an interview that he would violate a treaty the United States has upheld since NATO’s founding in 1949.
Ingenious, calculating, cloaked men sometimes turn out to be bad. Yet cold, calculating men can also be judged unfairly.
Trump’s core competencies were MIA at RNC.
For one moment, Donald Trump was far from his signature unrelenting bombast.
Donald Trump acceptance speech was cartoonish and Nixonian, and it will likely be remembered as a kind of eulogy for the GOP.
Loyalty pledges are a sign of weakness and a horrible way to achieve a party’s agenda.
The left has constructed a false narrative about racist cops, but the Republican Party is building a false narrative about crime.
The Trump campaign could’ve used Ted Cruz’s “vote your conscience” to its advantage and limited the speech’s damage. Instead, Team Trump made it worse.
The media is just wandering around in a daze trying to find something, anything, to write about. We have become the event, not Donald Trump supporters.
Gun controllers are implicitly asking Ohio Gov. John Kasich to write a new law and impose it by decree.
‘If you love our country and love your children as much as I know that you do. . . vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the constitution.’
If 2016 is a disaster for his party, Ted Cruz will be the only major Republican to emerge from the Donald Trump fiasco with his principles intact.
Chris Christie’s vacuous speech on Tuesday night at the RNC proved he is in thrall to Donald Trump. He has become a Ring-wraith, a slave to one master.
In the name of promoting tolerance, Stephan Jenkins took it upon himself to offend the very audience he was honored to entertain.
Sheriff Clarke is right: we’re seeing ‘guerrilla urban warfare against the police’ fueled by a false narrative about police shootings.
Amid national political and cultural divides, on at least criminal justice reform the Left and Right often eschews partisanship.
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