The significance of Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation
American democracy, American power and influence are not dying, and neither are they under threat
The only thing coming on if Biden wins is another round of hopeless foreign interventionism and nation-building
There will be no resurrection
After four years of dialed-up-to-11 political engagement, does all that energy just evaporate?
Biden’s campaign, meanwhile, is somnambulant in these final days
‘To see other Americans (conservatives) be unduly intimidated, fired and even physically harmed, is unacceptable’
‘You have to look at the history’
He moved methodically, like a battle tank, over Biden’s incontinent expostulations
Will allegations of Biden family corruption ever be properly scrutinized?
His best performance to date
With commentary from Amber Athey, Caroline McCarthy, Chadwick Moore, Freddy Gray, Kate Andrews, Matt McDonald and Stephen L. Miller
A big Biden win is the only way to minimize civil strife
The suburbs of North and South Carolina will prove key to the 2020 race
From everything I saw of the police, I would say that most federal agents have the patience of saints
A week on from the New York Post story, we deserve answers
Several former intelligence officials believe the Post’s story is part of a Russian influence campaign
He is not the first journalist to get overexcited about ‘coup porn’
Is California a window into Kamala Harris’s America?
Democrats seem immune to the irony that they are the ones who fell for a Russian plot last time around
He is always on his guard against any foolish attempts by the citizens of his state to live their lives unimpeded by government fiat
Belief polarization has taught us to see the other side not merely as wrong-headed, but as profoundly ‘other’
Stories don’t just disappear because one side can’t stomach them
Why the shale gas industry matters in the heartland