W. James Antle III

Politics

Manchin of the moment

Which way for the man from West Virginia?

By W. James Antle III

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Why even bother mentioning the 25th Amendment?

The House resolution gets Congress’s role ass-backwards

By W. James Antle III

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How close are the Georgia runoffs?

An angry Republican electorate may be exactly what Sens. Loeffler and Perdue ordered

By W. James Antle III

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Republican resurrection

Trump will leave the party in much better shape than Bush did

By W. James Antle III

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Harris is good news/bad news for the Trump campaign

‘Sleepy Joe’ hasn’t worked as an attack line. ‘Phony Kamala’ might

By W. James Antle III

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How coronavirus could kill conservatism

Modern American conservatism is a funny hybrid animal. Can it adequately respond to this crisis?

By W. James Antle III

Politics

Iowa offers more questions than answers

Should centrist Democrats switch to Pete Buttigieg?

By W. James Antle III

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How Trumpian should a GOP candidate be to win a midterm?

Trump imitators tend not to fare as well as the real thing

By W. James Antle III

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Georgia on their mind: The amazing race for the Atlanta Governor’s Mansion

Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp face off — and they couldn’t be more different

By W. James Antle III

Europe

How significant are Trump’s trade talks with the EU?

The President is declaring victory on the European front of his incipient trade war.

By W. James Antle III

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The conservative judicial revolution

Trump’s administration has been the continuation—and perhaps the climax—of a decades-long march through the judiciary by conservatives.

By W. James Antle III

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Is John Kelly on his way out of the White House?

The Chief of Staff shares some of Trump’s impulses and had the chance to channel them more effectively — but he has not done so.

By W. James Antle III

Is Joe Manchin one of the last Blue Dogs still barking?

Joe Manchin sends his regrets. The Democratic senator from West Virginia now concedes it was “a mistake politically” to support Hillary Clinton, his party’s presidential nominee, in 2016. He is open to backing President Trump for reelection in two years. Manchin has ample reason to change his tune. He is one of ten Democratic senators running for […]

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