Somewhere back there, the political contest quietly shifted from Democrats vs. Republicans to Elites vs. the Folks. It’s almost as if new political parties got formed.
According to essentially everyone in the progressive political and media ecosphere, white racism competes only with climate change as the number one problem facing our society.
Though Dems try to make it so, January 6 is in no way analogous to September 11.
Any objective and sober analysis of readily observable facts reveals in stark, undeniable detail that liberalism destroys everything it touches.
The Democrats have a narrow window of opportunity and they know it.
Aside from being politicians, what do the mayors of Austin and Houston and the governors of New York and California have in common?
Is it impolite to ask Dems who are criticizing Trump’s response to the coronavirus what they have in mind that might be better?
Promises of government palliatives don’t resonate with middle class voters who are, on their own, doing better than they have in years.
For as much as civility is a nominal good thing, of what use is it if it’s not reciprocal?
So, there it was, on the same night. Rocking, pulsating, electric energy in Milwaukee. Sleepy, predictable leftist policy pabulum in Des Moines.