Its value lay in the fact it was an insider magazine
If you don’t like Donald Trump, or Bush II, or for that matter Bill Clinton, you should wish that George H.W. Bush never got into politics
Liberals dominate education, entertainment, tech and the media
In 2020, if Trump prevails in either Michigan or Pennsylvania, and holds Ohio and Florida, he is almost assured victory
In defense of third-party voters
A healthy economy can help limit the incumbent administration’s losses
The Democrats’ broad interpretation of the 14th Amendment is not a winner with the American public
Violence should not be a cudgel with which to beat political opponents — but it is
Reagan, Gingrich and Trump all transformed their parties. The Democrats don’t have anyone that can do that
Midterms simply are not a reliable verdict on a president’s job performance or re-electability
It’s too liberal for a majority of whites, yet too distant from the concerns of most non-whites
The new alerts are likely to prove harmless, if unnecessary
Kanye West’s message could do for black America what Trump’s did for the people of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin
What won’t help Brett Kavanaugh are the kinds of arguments that many right-leaning commentators have made over the past week in response to Ford’s claims
Left-wing foes of Republican judicial philosophy would be encouraged by the GOP’s humiliation
Tipping point for Ted
The critics who disliked 2001 on its initial release found the characters empty and the plot thin — but it’s their criticism that has dated badly
In a democracy, policy is suppose to follow elections. But that isn’t how the anonymous New York Times op-ed writer sees it
The President’s preferred candidates had the edge on Tuesday
He was a man of many virtues. It’s a shame his politics were so flawed
Doing otherwise would be a great disservice to American audiences.
The Kentucky senator is able to bridge Trumpism and old-guard Republicanism while pointing both in a more libertarian direction
Insurgents do not have to win every battle to win the war.
The Infowars star has no right to say anything through Facebook or YouTube — which is seriously illiberal and more threatening than anything he says.
It sure isn’t America.