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Democrats are making no effort to win over Republicans, much less make a vote against impeachment difficult; they’ll have a hard time getting buy-in from the American people.
The central message of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign is that the economy is working for the very wealthy but it is not working for ordinary Americans. Unfortunately for her, ordinary Americans disagree.
After watching President Trump abandon our allies in Syria to be slaughtered, why would anyone step forward to help America in the fight against Islamist radicalism?
The latest smear on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is a disaster for Democrats, and everyone seems to know it except the party’s presidential candidates.
CNN tried to blame Trump for the loss of a Kremlin source, when it was really the Obama administration that was responsible for it – and did so citing a leak that did not come from Trump at all. Talk about fake news!
Disgraced ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick was defrocked in February and ordered by Pope Francis to live a “life of prayer and penance.” It seems the message did not get through.
Senate Democrats have launched an unprecedented attempt to actually bend the Supreme Court to their wishes – threatening to restructure the court if the justices do not rule as they see fit.
President Trump’s idea of buying Greenland is no joke. It actually makes a lot of strategic and economic sense.
China does not have the upper hand in this standoff; Trump does. He should use his leverage to save Hong Kong.
In our colleges and universities, first millennials and now their Generation Z successors have demanded “emotional safety,” insisting on “safe spaces” and “trigger warnings” to protect them from ideas they don’t like, because they tell us that “words are violence.” No, they are not.
If Democrats want to play politics with mass murder, it works both ways.
President Trump was wrong to personally attack Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, D.-Md., a man widely respected by both Democrats and Republicans alike. But Trump was absolutely right when he called Baltimore “dangerous,” “filthy” and “rodent infested” – that is, if you can believe what you read in the “failing New York Times.” In March, the Times Sunday magazine published a heart-rending story titled “The Tragedy of Baltimore,” which chronicled the precipitous decline of the city. It described how then-Mayor Catherine Pugh (D) toured the Highlandtown section of southeast Baltimore, as community leaders showed her a block where prostitutes gathered and there were piles of uncollected garbage and a liquor store that allowed drunks to congregate while pretending to wait for the bus. “ ‘Watch your step,’ someone called out as the group neared a dead rat,” the Times reported.
Forget moderates vs. radicals. The Democratic debate was a left vs. far left brawl.
Nancy Pelosi understands that if Democrats run in 2020 on impeachment and socialism they could lose not just the White House, but their House majority as well. Does her caucus now finally get it as well?
Donald Trump should tell Democrats that they will own NAFTA if they oppose his deal to replace it the the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
A recent poll finds that a 45 percent plurality of voters believe Joe Biden has the best chance of beating President Trump. But what if those voters are wrong?
If Mexican officials think Republicans in the U.S. Senate are going to save them from Trump’s tariffs, it’s time for them to think again.
All Robert Mueller’s news conference did is muddy the waters. He should have heeded his own advice and, as he put it in his statement, let “the office’s written work speak for itself.”
“The other side is not my enemy, it’s my opposition,” Joe Biden said earlier this month. How sad that has become a controversial statement.
If Shakespeare had titled Attorney General William Barr’s appearance on Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee, he would have called it “Much Ado About Nothing.”