Ghostwritten by Roger Kimball
Who will win this game of chicken? Unless Trump builds the wall, he loses
Will journalists apologize if their portrayal of the Covington students vs Indian Elder incident turns out to have been wildly wrong?
The president not only ate a bunch of burgers, he just ate the Left’s lunch, again
A country without borders is not a country
The Utah senator-elect thinks that Donald Trump has not risen to the ‘mantle of the office’
The Central European city is the last stop for the resistance fantasy
Mattis’s petulant resignation fits a pattern
Why 2019 will be a year of consolidation
The revered writer uses pulpit tones in the service of inquisition
Since the beginning, it’s been an investigation in search of a crime rather than an investigation of a suspected crime
Despite what Beto thinks, the United States doesn’t have an obligation to every distressed mother with a four-month-old
I go to some trouble to make sure that Thanksgiving chez Kimball is an occasion that encourages the feeling of gratitude
I have at times wondered whether Jim Acosta pays the president a retainer for making him such a recognizable figure
The effort to Make America Great Again will continue, just a little more slowly and circuitously than it would have done had the Republicans held the house
How will the blue-dyed media react if results do not go their way tomorrow night?
Brazenness is key. If you’re going to lie, don’t be shy
The media think the bombs will embarrass Trump and coax voters away from the GOP in the midterms, I’ll bet you a Nate Silver dollar it doesn't.
What should we make of the erupting pustules of look-at-me violence and carefully staged disruption that are disfiguring our public life?
The ABC interview was meant to demean the First Lady. Like so many press gambits these days, it backfired
The self-defeating Democratic campaign to undermine the Electoral College
The President’s support is why Kavanaugh prevailed where Robert Bork stumbled
No matter what you hear, American workers have always been at the forefront of President Trump’s mind, and this deal will be good for them
As Lindsey Graham noted, Republicans have never done to Democratic nominees for the Supreme Court what the Democrats have routinely done to Republicans