At some level Democrats know that when properly understood by the electorate, their programs are dead at the ballot box.
Author: Paul Gleiser
If every single AR-15 in the world suddenly vanished, we’d still have mass shootings.
In the days that followed 9/11, George W. Bush was the very exemplar of the United States presidency.
Donald Trump almost never throws the first punch. But if one is thrown at him, he very quickly punches back.
If white-hot hatred of Donald Trump alone is sufficient to get one or another of the announced Democrats elected, what then will that Democrat do to govern more effectively than Donald Trump has?
“Free” anything via the conduit of government is imply the assertion of a presumptive right by one group of people to the fruits of the labor and time of another group of people.
Almost every country requires those wishing to immigrate to show the means for maintaining self-sufficiency once admitted.
No Republican president prior to Trump has had the gumption to tell the truth about anything if there existed even a microscopic chance that it might evoke a charge of racism.
In a functioning free republic governed by the rule of law, sober men and women would get to the bottom of how such a specious attempt to take down a duly elected president ever got off the ground in the first place.
Can anyone explain the wisdom of every year allowing a million or so poor, low-skilled, social services-consuming strangers into a country that is $22 trillion in debt and whose cities are already coping with a burgeoning homeless problem?