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.
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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.
Joe Biden’s cognitive decline is becoming impossible to ignore making his continued campaign for the presidency impossible to understand.
In the past four years, things have happened in the highest precincts of our national government that at one time we would have never imagined.
We suddenly are aware of the fact that untold numbers of things – things that are absolutely essential to the health of our economy as well as to our very bodies – are manufactured in a totalitarian country that will stick it to us the first time it suits their convenience.
Six candidates and yet not a scrap of Clintonesque or Obamaesque political skill in a contest in which nothing less will do.
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?
I love it when politicians invoke the (now receding) memory of the Apollo lunar landing missions to promote this or that grand idea that stands little chance of coming to pass.