If substance were all that matters, last night’s debate would never have happened and Donald Trump would still be president.
Author: Paul Gleiser
Reaction on college campuses to the attack on Israel by Hamas has at last opened previously blind eyes to how far American higher education has fallen.
The last great night for Republicans was election night 2016 when Donald Trump scored a huge upset over Hillary Clinton.
Driven by a blind ideological fixation on “climate change,” the Biden administration is trying to shove us all into expensive, impractical electric vehicles whether we want them or not.
The theme of Joe Biden’s inaugural address was “unity.” His critics notwithstanding, he may actually be bringing national unity about.
The clarity that comes from watching the horror that is taking place in real time in Israel should inform our thinking as to what is taking place concurrently in real time on our southern border.
None of the insanity that seems to be popping up in every direction you look would likely be happening if Donald Trump were still in office.
President Joe Biden is waging an obsessive and destructive jihad on fossil fuels.
It’s becoming increasingly likely that the eventual Republican nominee won’t be facing a feeble, failing and scandal plagued Joe Biden next year. It’s also likely that Donald Trump will be convicted of at least one felony next year.
Romney is correct in his criticism of both Biden and Trump with respect to spending and entitlements.
We’ve had government shutdowns before. Aside from being unable to visit Carlsbad Caverns or take a White House tour, how badly was your life impacted?
As impressive as Trump’s numbers are among Republican primary voters, the general election poses a daunting challenge.