Do Trump’s detractors really want him to take a more active role in the White House?
Corporate political action committee donations make up a tiny amount of most candidates’ war chests
Female identity politics is itching for revenge in 2020
If enough Republican senators decide that Trump is a political liability, then his goose is cooked
A new poll indicates an increase in support for his border security plans in battleground states
Ghostwritten by Roger Kimball
Democrats and journalists are, as usual, far too quick to declare Trump ‘totally’ defeated
If Kamala Harris is an act, she performs it well – and Republicans would be foolish to dismiss the threat she poses in 2020
The 2020 attempts to ‘primary’ Donald Trump will be even more pathetic than 2016
Billionaire presidential campaigns are a great excuse for political consultants to try and flatter super-rich men
Barring some unforeseen catastrophe, he’s obviously running
Who will win this game of chicken? Unless Trump builds the wall, he loses
His failure to procure a single cent for a border wall is already enraging his erstwhile supporters on the right
He’s certain to enjoy the melée of media attention surrounding his arrest
There’s a Jeffersonian solution
The movement is in crisis, because many women won’t allow themselves to be marched
Her new book is a serviceable tract attesting to the ambition, grit and sheer cunning of its author
It’s a powerful currency – and a hell of a drug
Will journalists apologize if their portrayal of the Covington students vs Indian Elder incident turns out to have been wildly wrong?
The progressive media doesn’t care about what really happened when it has white boys in MAGA caps to hate
Did the House Speaker pull the plug on the State of the Union because she’s scared?
For Republican lawmakers, the question will not be whether but when to abandon the president they have so sedulously shielded for the past two years
Was his admission an attempt to prepare the ground for the President’s retreat?