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?
Much of what nominees say at their hearings has no bearing on their conduct in office
Waylaid by Trump and overshadowed by Beto, the former Mayor of San Antonio’s route to the 2020 nomination is an unlikely one
From Washington to London, the anxiety about the status quo is the same
The president not only ate a bunch of burgers, he just ate the Left’s lunch, again
The New York senator announced her exploratory committee on Stephen Colbert’s show
More than snobby Washington ever will
The latest allegations feel thinner than usual — yet still they’ve dominated the airwaves and Twitter feeds of media VIPs
It’s the best way to beat Nancy Pelosi’s rainbow coalition of socialists
Hopefully higher than most of the media’s
Love means never having to say, ‘You’re an idiot’
She may be a mixed race woman, but for the radical left she’s just another white patriarch
She went after people who support anti-BDS legislation for who they are
Leading Republicans are unwilling to confront the President about the perils of the course he has chosen
Trump’s speaking style is pedestrian. But Pelosi’s is patronizing and Schumer’s is soporific
A country without borders is not a country
With a prime time audience, the President could back down and still declare victory. To him, however, compromise is for losers.
The next two years are going to make the last two look like an age of innocence. Thank you Paul Ryan