The glow-up is real
The author and academic discusses 2020, Trump and Jordan Peterson
It’s not just private email scandals. The First Daughter and the former First Lady have a lot in common
If you add a few disgruntled Republicans to her coalition, she’ll win
The media think the bombs will embarrass Trump and coax voters away from the GOP in the midterms, I’ll bet you a Nate Silver dollar it doesn't.
The US President has proved he is a rabble rouser. But the rabble he rouses most is the one that opposes him
It’s too much, too soon, too fast
Politics in America has been toxic for a long time now
Donors are being courted and small-dollar donor lists are being compiled and expanded
What should we make of the erupting pustules of look-at-me violence and carefully staged disruption that are disfiguring our public life?
‘I don’t think she believes anyone today in this field matches up with her. She’s looking for a rematch’
This week marks 15 years since the start of America’s war in Iraq. Regime change was George W. Bush’s objective,…
We’re closing 2017 by republishing our twelve most-read articles of the year. Here’s No. 6: James Bartholomew on the liberal elite’s…