The Democrats’ TEA Party Moment
While we have our Ron Hedlunds, Waverly Woods, and Corey Stewarts, the Democrats have their Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
How Our Sports Show Our Worst
There are Americans who would rather us win or lose depending on how it fits their political narrative. And these people suck.
Post Trump, Ergo Propter Trump?
Presidential election 2020 … weighing a Trump vote
Part II – Serious Candidates Emerge in Last Night’s Debate
Thursday evening’s debate certainly lacked the maturity and seriousness of Wednesday’s crop of candidates, with the exception of Pete Buttigieg and Kamala Harris, of course.
Serious Crop of Candidates Emerge in Last Night’s Debate
A recap of the first Democratic debate
In Defense of the Electoral College
Elected “by the people,” or by electors sanctioned by each state?
Failing to Lead on Policy is Not an Option
If the Republican Brand is no longer synonymous with any phrase, philosophy, or ideal, where do they stand in the political spectrum?
The NeverTrump, AlwaysTrump Problem
Disliking Trump’s personal behavior, demeanor, tweets, and attacks against those he views as his enemies, real and imagined, does not make you NeverTrump.
Tucker: Republicans Need Their Mojo Back
There is no triumph in disunity and hatred is a poor card to play at the negotiation table. The GOP can do better.
Making the Republican Party Worthy of Its Success
Republicans need to learn to govern in a good economy.