Less than two weeks before the 2020 election things look much as they did in 2016.
Tagged: donald trump
Again, and for the zillionth time, we find ourselves talking about Donald Trump and again the discussion centers on style.
To imagine the policy impacts of a Trump second term you examine the first. To imagine the policy impacts of a Biden presidency, you examine Democrat-controlled California.
I’d be willing to bet that Donald Trump has taken more questions from the media in 44 months than his two predecessors combined took in 16 years.
The comparison of the New York City of Rudy Giuliani against the New York City of Bill de Blasio offers a useful preview of a Trump United States vs. a Biden United States.
In a constitutional republic, the people’s representatives pass laws. That’s bedrock principle among conservatives. But among leftists, it’s a technicality that they are increasingly comfortable sidestepping.
The media is doing all it can to play down destructive rioting in deep-blue Portland, Oregon that has been going on every single night for the past two months.
Donald Trump, at a 2016 campaign speech in Michigan, became the first Republican presidential candidate in modern times to overtly court black voters.
There are two institutions in our country that cannot operate effectively in the absence of public trust. Both institutions – acting almost as if in concert – have aggressively forfeited that trust.
We choose to accept the risk of disease entering the country via illegal immigration. We don’t have to.