What will help Republicans unite this difficult coalition is packaging an anti-establishment temperament and policy agenda in leaders of strong character.
According to a post-election survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, the biggest ‘shy Trump’ constituency of 2020 was a white, college-educated woman.
While the political universe spent four years orbiting Trump, the Democratic Party steadily radicalized, becoming more responsive to the cultural demands of its far-left fringe.
If suburban voters begin to understand what Biden’s housing rule would mean for their communities, many would flock back to Trump, irrespective of what they think of his tweets.
None of what the Joe Biden green team has in store will improve the environment; it will only make your life poorer and harder.
Conservatives need to address urban concerns and try to bridge the growing rural-urban divide, rather than just denouncing cities as the malign foil of real America.
New Census Bureau data shows millennials are increasingly trading in urban life for the suburbs and even switching states entirely.
Two male transgender teens who legally pressured a Chicago school district to let them use the girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms won a school board vote last week allowing full access.
Treating this campaign like a conventional midterm is simply not going to get it done this year for Republicans. Not with the Democratic base this angry.
Whether it’s an aging relative or struggling millennial, many Americans want to provide a space for the placeless. They just need a means to do it.
In recent weeks, a spate of deer incidents nationwide should be a wakeup call: if we want to stop the deer uprising, we’d better start hunting more deer.
In the next election the question is whether it will be easier for Trump to placate educated suburbanites or for Democrats to heal their estrangement from rural white voters.
Almost every suburban mom I knew in my relatively diverse suburb planned to vote for Trump. Was I living in some alternative universe? Turns out not.
Trunk or Treat has quietly overtaken the American suburban neighborhood. Is it for better, or for worse? Depends on your preferences.
Even middle-class suburbanites are struggling to pay the bills. Why, and what can they do about it?
Progressives want everything locally grown except government, in part because self-government proves the failure of the Administrative State.
The suburbs are places where paychecks are earned, conversations are shared, and the sanctification of even mundane work can transpire.
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