The President has created a Republican Workers Party
Will Trump’s support damage Brian Kemp in the Georgia race?
The President’s preferred candidates had the edge on Tuesday
He was a man of many virtues. It’s a shame his politics were so flawed
‘We fought as hard as we could. And, though we fell short, the failure is mine not yours’
I don’t love the way she thinks
Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp face off — and they couldn’t be more different
Weekly Standard editor Stephen F. Hayes is lashing out for a reason
Republicans have stuck by Trump through thick and thin...so far
‘The Great Manipulator’ is back on the warpath on two continents
The Kentucky senator is able to bridge Trumpism and old-guard Republicanism while pointing both in a more libertarian direction
Trump’s merry band of arsonists are perfectly happy to use the power of government to punish their enemies and to appease their base.
Blue State: Republicans gone rogue...
Insurgents do not have to win every battle to win the war.
The Donald is visiting all the key states he needs to win for a repeat Electoral College victory.
Charles Koch, a lifetime free-trader, seems really, really, really unhappy with the president’s tariffs, both real and threatened.
Rural areas may lean more toward Trump, but they aren’t championing the President and his policies.
Polls indicate his populist outlook is more in line with what voters want.
The president who campaigned on extricating Washington from wars in the Middle East seems intent on starting a fresh one.
It is reborn.
88 per cent of Republican voters back Trump.
Gone are the days when political interviewers were dispassionate seekers-after-truth on a mission to get the best out of their subjects.
The former New York Times reviewer’s study of truth reveals how she’s been driven to outrage by the erosion of cultural and critical values.
If the cover-up allegations against the Ohio congressman deepen, it could cause a rift in the caucus.
‘It’s mad to have an immigration system that doesn’t allow people in who you actually need, and does allow people in who you don’t need.’