Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made a terrible mistake Tuesday night when he released word that he was in favor of impeaching President Donald Trump.
With a few brave exceptions, the Republican response to this onslaught has thus far been the equivalent of bringing notes of apology to their political hangings.
Abby Johnson’s language at the RNC might have been unnerving. But in a society that can’t make up its mind about what lives matter, what else can she do?
Because of the media being so hysterically anti-Trump, this convention is the first time in about four years that non-leftist Americans have seen other Americans reflecting their positive views about President Trump.
America under the sway of the Black Lives Matter movement is reminding me of life in the Soviet Union: One’s entire existence is premised on something believed to be untrue.
If caring about black lives means more than a slogan, let’s hope Jon Ponder’s model is replicated nationwide, with support from both sides.
It’s not just that the Republican convention is going well, but that the Democratic counter-programming of riots and mobs couldn’t be worse for Democrats.
Anxiety over recent cultural upheaval is bipartisan outside coastal greenrooms.
Nicholas Sandmann explained that ‘the truth wasn’t important’ to corporate media outlets looking for clicks or views.
For many loyal corporate media consumers the convention provided the longest slice of counter-programming they’d been treated to in years.
The Republican National Convention had a better first night than the Democratic National Convention had any night last week.
The Democratic National Convention is an unwatchable mess. The GOP must do better.
‘I’m on the team’ is a message from Bill Hagerty that Republican leadership, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, likes to hear.
Biden’s promises to the citizens of Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, El Salvador, and the rest of the world stand in stark contrast to what he plans to accomplish for the American worker on Day One, which is nothing.
With America’s anti-Trump voters and allied reporters in the bag, Democrats know the biggest threat to their candidate is their candidate.
While gathering to worship God, celebrate the country, and vote are deemed selfish attacks on our neighbors, gatherings to protest Christianity, the country, and the police are viciously defended.
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.
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