Anti-Trump Forces Routed in New York
Reports of Donald Trump’s demise have been overstated. After a disappointing few weeks, Trump came roaring back on Tuesday night with a huge victory in his home state of New York.
It was nothing short of a crushing defeat ...
The Bern Hits a Brick Wall in New York
Bernie Sanders’s weeks-long winning streak ended abruptly Tuesday night, as the upstart Democratic insurgent smacked into an immovable New York City electorate happy to hand Hillary Clinton a double-digit victory.
It’s difficult to overstate the significance of Sanders’...
Bernie and Hillary’s Harmful Good Intentions on the Minimum Wage
Much has been written about the ignorance, impracticality, and offensiveness of many of the Republican front-runners’ policy proposals. Not nearly enough has been written about the ignorance, impracticality, and offensiveness of the policy proposals emanating from the Democratic side, some ...
The Contradictions of Diversity
Diversity is a neutral term, no more positive or negative than its array of antonyms such as homogeneity and uniformity. Iraq is certainly diverse. So is Syria or the Balkans; Japan and South Korea are not. Yet uniformity seems a ...
Nothing to Worry about from Middle-Eastern Refugees? Think Again
As President Obama rolls out the red carpet for Middle Eastern refugees, he totally ignores the fact that militant-Islamic killers lurk among this bedraggled population. Obama replied to ISIS’s March 22 mayhem in Brussels, Belgium, by reasserting “our openness to ...
Do Jews, Christians, and Muslims Believe in the Same God?
Most Americans say they believe in God. And around the world, religious Jews, Christians, and Muslims all say they believe in God, as do many people who do not identify with any formal religion.
#ad#But this statement is actually ...
Is Trump Benefitting from New York Exceptionalism?
Noo Yawk. That’s the state with this week’s presidential primary, in which candidates who have spent time in New York recently are currently running ahead, according to polls.
Hillary Clinton, who as a resident of Chappaqua in suburban ...
Five Times Hillary Reminded Us of Selina Meyer on Veep
The comparisons are obvious enough.
The grating laugh. The rehearsed smile. The patently forced attempts to reach “normal,” average-joe voters.
#ad#HBO’s Veep, a comedy about an American vice president (and subsequently president), Selina Meyer, sometimes seems hilariously similar ...
Will Brazil’s Leftist President Fall?
On Sunday, Brazil’s lower house of congress, the Chamber of Deputies, approved the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, in what may be the first step in a long process attempting to address the political and economic crises in the ...
U.S. v. Texas: No One Is above the Law
One of the most fundamental challenges facing the United States today is the deep and growing distrust between the American people and their political system in Washington, D.C. And the inconvenient truth — rarely acknowledged by Washington elites — is that ...
The Competitive Enterprise Institute, a libertarian-leaning think tank that has been a loud and trenchant critic of global-warming activism, is under subpoena by the attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands, who demands that the organization produce a decade’...
Fact vs. Fiction: A Guide to This Week’s RNC Meeting and July’s Convention Rules
The Standing Committee on Rules will take center stage this week at the RNC’s spring meeting in Florida. Reporters, convention delegates, and campaign officials will hover over the group’s gathering, ready to seize on the slightest proposed tweak ...
John Kasich Runs into the PC Police
Last Friday, John Kasich stepped on a politically correct land mine when he advised a female college student to reduce the threat of sexual assault by avoiding parties “where there’s a lot of alcohol.”
#ad#At a town-hall meeting ...
The Left Is Coming for You Next
We think in language, and we think in stories, a fact that is appreciated most keenly not by writers or literary critics but by censors.
#ad#In the course of writing about the ongoing fraud in which a cabal of ...
Neil Armstrong’s Forgotten First Space Flight
Three times during the space race, NASA nearly lost a capsule and its crew. The first time was during America’s first orbital mission, John Glenn’s Friendship 7 flight, on February 20, 1962. A light went on in Mission Control indicating that ...
Willful Blindness and Our Saudi ‘Friends’
For many years, I was reluctant to write a memoir of my experience leading the investigation and prosecution of the jihadists against whom we are still at war over 20 years later. For one thing, while an exhilarating experience for a ...
The Shroud of Turin, Authenticated Again
A new study released last week included new evidence that links and further authenticates two holy relics that millions of Christians believe offer physical proof of the crucifixion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. But before we explore the research ...
What Does John Kasich Think He’s Doing?
When John Kasich departs this earthly vale of tears, he ought to donate his brain to science. It could teach us a lot about irrational thinking.
#ad#The Ohio governor has won a single state: his own. He has 143 delegates. ...
Singer Slammed by PC Police for Wearing Moccasin Shoes
Perrie Edwards, singer in the band Little Mix, is being slammed on Instagram for being “disrespectful” and culturally insensitive for wearing moccasin-style shoes.
#ad#Edwards posted a picture of the shoes this week, which led to a flood of criticism ...
Less Marriage, More Inequality
The standard portrayals of economic life for ordinary American families paint a picture of stagnancy, even decline, amidst rising economic inequality. But rarely does the public conversation about our changing economy, from the pages of the New York Times to ...
‘He Can Change’: The New York Post Endorses Carol’s Boyfriend
Editor’s Note: Following the New York Post’s endorsement of Donald J. Trump for president, National Review’s Charles C. W. Cooke was given an exclusive look at a forthcoming endorsement.
Carol’s boyfriend is a mercurial figure — a ...
Time to Free Unions from Forced Riders
A Wisconsin judge recently struck down the state’s right-to-work law. Dane County judge William Foust ruled that under the law, “a free-rider problem is born — the ability of nonmembers to refuse to pay for services unions are compelled to ...
Putin’s Gun vs. Obama’s Pen
In international relations, an effective message needs both constructive content and form. Consider the latest messages by President Obama and Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, on Syria.
On Tuesday, the Wall Street Journal reported the Obama administration’s warnings that ...
In a recent issue of National Review, I published a long response to my friend Michael Brendan Dougherty and other critics who have found my reporting on the white underclass — including its economic stagnation and its opiate addiction, along with ...
The Obama Administration Should Not Apologize for Hiroshima
Secretary of State John Kerry toured the Hiroshima Peace Memorial and Museum in Japan this week, a month before he and President Obama will meet foreign ministers at the G-7 Summit in that country. Reuters reported that he witnessed “haunting ...
TV, Abortion, and the Contradictions of Liberalism
Maybe the makers of The Big Bang Theory don’t watch Meet the Press.
Hillary Clinton got into a bit of trouble earlier this month when she told Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that “the unborn person doesn’t ...
Give Donald Trump credit for planning ahead. He is preparing to be a sore loser.
Trump’s complaints that he is being undone by a rigged system crafted by a corrupt Republican party is the dress rehearsal for his campaign’...
How far they’ve come. And I’m not talking about the GOP, whose front-runner representing 37 percent of the Republican electorate has repudiated post-Reagan orthodoxy on trade, entitlement reform, limited government, and Pax Americana (and possibly abortion, but who knows?). ...
Ted Cruz’s College Roommate from Hell
Some people never grow out of college. Meet Craig Mazin, currently America’s most famous roommate.
Mazin is an alumnus of Princeton University, class of 1992, and he has done well for himself. He’s a former Walt Disney executive and ...
The Cruz Campaign Shows Us the Tea Party Still Counts
The story of the week in the GOP nomination fight is all about organization. Ted Cruz has it, Donald Trump doesn’t, and so Cruz is not only vacuuming up every available delegate, he’s actually stacking Trump’s delegations ...
A Presidential-Election Runoff Would Be Legal for States to Adopt
As a contested Republican convention grows increasingly likely and the rift between Donald Trump and mainstream Republicans widens into a chasm, the possibility that the losing faction at the convention could mount an independent bid for the presidency remains very ...
A Trump Administration Would Cave to Putin, Threatening Poland and Israel
As the New York primary approaches, Empire State residents with international connections may wish to consider the implications of a Donald Trump presidency for lands overseas that are dear to many of their hearts.
Trump wants to gut NATO. He ...
Is NATO Worth Preserving?
Donald Trump recently ignited another controversy when he mused that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was obsolete. He hinted that it might no longer be worth the huge American investment.
In typical Trump style, he hit a nerve, but he ...
The Not-So-Nice Kasich, Killing GOP Hopes
First, there was Jim Gilmore. Then, there was Ben Carson. Now, there’s John Kasich. This Republican nomination cycle boasted a bumper crop of candidates with delusions of grandeur. Two of them, at least, had the sense to pack it ...
The Real Solution to Progressive Corporate Culture
Social justice is all the rage in corporate boardrooms, and some on the left would like you to think it’s because of market pressure. Americans are firmly on the “right side of history” when it comes to gay rights, ...
Brexit and the Meddlesome Mr. Obama
In the din of the campaign for the U.S. presidential nominations, there has been little attention in the United States to what could be one of the most important votes in modern history, on whether the United Kingdom remains ...
Bernie Sanders’s Plan to Punish the Working Class
On Monday, during a campaign event in New York, Senator Bernie Sanders declared his intent to impose a nationwide ban on hydraulic fracturing.
By doing so, Sanders has made clear his intent to ruin the U.S. economy, put people ...
The Voice of Principled, Thinking Conservatism Needs Your Support
We’ve been here before, of course. In 1962, Bill Buckley was called to a meeting in (note the locale) Palm Beach, Fla., with Russell Kirk, the great conservative philosopher, William Baroody, head of the American Enterprise Institute, and Senator Barry ...
The Tax Code Won’t Reform Itself: Give Congress a Deadline
Survey after survey shows that Americans hate the tax code, yet it has been decades since it has been significantly reformed.
There are two reasons for this apparent contradiction:
1) The forces against any simplification or reform effort are powerful and ...
Minimum-Wage Activists Should Look to Puerto Rico for Clues to the Future
When signing the bill raising California’s minimum wage, Governor Jerry Brown called the new $15 minimum wage “good politics” but “questionable policy.” He may be more prescient than many realize. There was a time in recent American history when a ...
American Workers Matter: A Chicago Wake and Wake-Up Call
Circle this date on your calendar: April 22. I’ll be in Chicago that day attending what may be a very significant milestone in American politics and domestic policy. It’s going to be a wake and a wake-up call, part ...
The ‘Fiduciary Rule,’ Another Obama Power Grab
The classical model notwithstanding, people are not rational economic actors. We know this because the motorcycle market exists. Rational actors are skeptical about advice offered by people who have an economic interest in that advice’s being taken: “Ridiculous? Oh, ...
Why Do LGBT Radicals Want to Cleanse the Counseling Profession of Christians?
You can always count on the Huffington Post to get hysterical. Last night — under a blaring headline that simply read “Hatewave” — it took aim at one of the more common-sense pieces of religious-liberty legislation ever proposed. The Tennessee legislature has ...
Cruz Is a Safer General-Election Bet than Trump
The conventional wisdom is that though Ted Cruz can excite the conservative-activist base of the Republican party, he can’t beat Hillary Clinton in a general election. But the recent head-to-head polling tells a different story.
Unless your name is ...
White versus White America
Why do the angry white poor and working class support the unlikely populist Donald Trump — a spoiled bully who made and lost fortunes in part by gaming the system, who seems to take gratuitous rudeness and cruelty as a birthright, ...
The Latest Problem under the Affordable Care Act: Deductibles
We hear it every day from supporters of the Affordable Care Act: The fact that more people have health insurance now than before the law was signed is proof that it’s working. But this is hardly the best measure ...
Cruz, Trump, and Kasich Start the Delegate Fight in Pennsylvania
When Republican voters go to the polls in the mid-Atlantic states on April 26, Pennsylvania and its 71 delegates will be the biggest prize. But the winner of the popular vote in the Keystone State will be guaranteed only 17 of those delegates. ...
Calls for American Unity Are Dishonest (Democrats) or Naïve (Republicans)
Just about all candidates for president regularly announce their intent to unite Americans, to “bring us together.”
It’s a gimmick.
If they are sincere, they are profoundly naïve; if they are just muttering sweet nothings in order to ...
Bill Clinton trespassed against the cardinal rule of contemporary Democratic politics, which is that Thou Shalt Not Contradict Black Lives Matter Protesters.
#ad#Clinton’s lapse came at a Philadelphia rally last week. When demonstrators inveighed against the 1994 crime bill ...
Donald Trump Laid a Colorado Goose Egg because He Was Disorganized and Amateurish
Judging only by Donald Trump’s fuming Twitter feed, the Drudge Report’s banner — “Cruz Celebrates Voterless Victory” — or the raging headlines of the alt-right’s favorite “news” websites, one would be justified in thinking that a nefarious cabal of ...
Why Cruz Is Going All-In on Indiana
Ted Cruz’s team knew that Donald Trump would run away with his native New York Tuesday. And they expect he’ll win the lion’s share of delegates at stake next week when a slate of northeastern states votes. ...
A Voice of America, Part II
Editor’s Note: In the current issue of National Review, we have a piece by Jay Nordlinger, “A Voice of America.” It focuses on Myroslava Gongadze, the head of the Ukrainian service. This week, Mr. Nordlinger is expanding the piece ...
Turning American Law Upside Down for the Transgendered
Our nation’s centuries-old commitment to free speech and religious liberty was already under threat. But it took men wanting to use women’s bathrooms and vice versa for the Left to truly show its hand, plainly and unequivocally declaring ...
Why Animal Welfare Is a Conservative Cause
Joining the animal-protection movement as a conservative can feel a little like being a defector. There’s a necessary period of assimilation and some nearly anthropological intel-gathering as you attempt to make sense of your surroundings. Veganism, body art, knowing ...
A Voice of America, Part I
Editor’s Note: In the current issue of National Review, we have a piece by Jay Nordlinger, “A Voice of America.” It focuses on Myroslava Gongadze, the head of the Ukrainian service. Mr. Nordlinger expands the piece in his Impromptus ...
Are Trump and His Supporters Winners or Whiners?
If there is one pattern that is emerging from this year’s political campaigns, it is that rhetoric beats reality — in both parties.
The biggest surprise among the Democrats is Bernie Sanders, and among the Republicans is Donald Trump. Although ...
Eric Schneiderman and His Gang of AGs Are Trampling the First Amendment
It’s not easy to make one of the world’s biggest fossil-fuel companies a sympathetic victim, but a collection of state attorneys general, led by Eric Schneiderman of New York, has managed it.
#ad#They have launched a campaign ...
When Hostility to Religion Means Making Christian Kids Less Safe
The most revealing cases can sometimes come from the most boring facts. Last week, my former colleagues at the Alliance Defending Freedom filed their opening brief at the Supreme Court in perhaps the most important case about recycled tires in ...
Bernie Sanders Does Not Practice What He Preaches on Taxes
Bernie Sanders released his 2014 tax return this weekend, revealing that he and his wife took $60,208 in deductions from their taxable income. These deductions are all perfectly legal and permitted under the U.S. tax code, but they present a morally ...
Women Really, Really Dislike Trump: Take Note, Republicans
Republicans still haven’t learned. In the autopsy of the 2012 presidential campaign, the Republican National Committee concluded that the party needed to “improve its efforts to include female voters” and “represent some of the unique concerns that female voters may ...
Trump’s Counterfeit Masculinity
Some Americans believe that Donald Trump is the answer to feminism. He’s the fearless man. He’s the strong man. He’s the man who laughs in the face of the social-justice warrior and demonstrates the appeal of pure, ...
Making America Really Great
In a speech to the National Catholic Education Association earlier this spring, David Coleman, president of the College Board, didn’t talk about acing tests; he talked about enlarging our souls. We do that, he said, citing C. S. Lewis, ...
The Way of the Donald and the Way of the Cross
Donald Trump’s candidacy has been nothing if not clarifying. By now, most people have heard that the Republican frontrunner has, at long last, told us what his favorite Bible verse is. Yesterday, he eschewed Two Corinthians and went old ...
Declassify the Full 9/11 Report and the CIA’s Bay of Pigs History
When President Obama departs for Saudi Arabia, an incubator of the 9/11 attacks, he will leave behind a dispute about government secrecy. The suppression of 28 pages, first from a public congressional inquiry and then from the 2004 report by the national 9/11 Commission, ...
No, I Will Never 'Come Around' to Supporting Trump
Dear Reader (including those of you who think we need a president who would leave the whole world blind, which would be inconvenient since e-mail newsletters in braille are technologically complicated),
#ad#It looks like the Trump body snatching virus ...
Mary Shelley among the Radicals
It was just 200 years ago, in the summer of 1816, that the 19-year-old Mary Godwin — soon to be Mary Shelley — conceived the story that was to become the novel Frankenstein, first published in 1818. With all of its fictional deficiencies, it was ...
In his highly anticipated new exhortation The Joy of Love, Pope Francis urges us Catholics to journey with those in irregular relationships and appreciate the good things they can represent.
“I understand those who prefer a more rigorous pastoral care ...
NR: An Island of Sanity in an Insane World
You love us. You hate us. (In the comments section, some of you seem to take particular relish in telling us how much you hate us.) But whatever you think, you read us. Again and again. Day after day. Article ...
Who’s Really Corrupting Politics with Huge Gobs of Money?
It’s not often that a chart almost makes me spit out my coffee. But last night while reading through a Vox article purporting to demonstrate how the Koch Brothers and other conservative mega-donors are allegedly weakening the Republican Party, ...
Greenwich Village Feels the Bern
New York — As U.S. senator Bernie Sanders (Independent socialist, Vt.) closes in on former secretary of state Hillary Clinton en route to Tuesday’s Democrat presidential primary, he rallied an estimated 27,000 supporters on Wednesday night in Washington Square Park. ...
Clinton Supporters' Patience with Sanders Wears Thin During Dem Debate
Silver Spring, Md. — As Bernie Sanders waved his arms and harangued Hillary Clinton over her Wall Street ties and support for the Iraq war during Thursday night’s Democratic debate in Brooklyn, Gloria Cabe kept thinking one thing: “I know ...
No, the Government Isn’t Taxing Your Period
The New York state senate this week unanimously passed a bill to eliminate a 4 percent sales tax on feminine-hygiene products, citing gender bias.
Similar bills have been introduced in Illinois, Utah, Ohio, California, Michigan, Connecticut, and Wisconsin, seven of the 40 ...
Confirmation: High-Tech Sleazing
Who could have guessed that the 1991 Senate Judiciary Committee’s Clarence Thomas–Anita Hill hearings would set the tone for American political and television culture for years to come?
Those hearings became an embarrassing nationally televised spectacle, foreshadowing the O. ...
Can Professional Hired Guns Stop the Trump Campaign from Further Stumbling?
A full ten months after he announced for president, Donald Trump finally moved to install professional political operatives at the head of his campaign.
His current team, led by campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, had been caught flatfooted in protecting Trump’...
Donald Trump’s Insincere Process Arguments
‘Gestapo tactics.” That’s how Donald Trump’s recently installed campaign manager, Paul Manafort, characterized the Ted Cruz campaign’s successful effort to win all 34 of Colorado’s pledged national-convention delegates at the long-scheduled Republican congressional-district and state conventions.
The Donald/Bernie Show: Shades of Hugo Chávez
Does this sound familiar? “They wanted something new, something fresh, and they found in this man a radical discourse. He said he would get rid forever of the old elites.”
Or this: “He ran as the outsider, the non-politician in ...
Cops Cite Student for Threatening Safety Because He Was Wearing an Empty Holster
Campus police at the University of South Alabama cited a student for “engaging in activities that threaten the safety of the campus community” because he was wearing an empty holster on campus.
Yes — empty.
#ad#D. J. Parten, president of ...
Later this month, First World environmentalists will rally around Earth Day as their most important annual celebration. There will be marches, recriminations, and finger-pointing at globalization, development, and the fossil-fuel industry in particular for what these activists see as the ...
Reading Rule 40: It Will Not Make or Break Either Trump or Cruz
As the prevailing winds shift the conventional wisdom about the likelihood of an open convention, a great deal of attention has been showered on the rules that might govern such a contest — and rightly so.
Much of the chatter has ...
Cruz Outmaneuvering Trump in Battle for Rubio Delegates
Marco Rubio won Minnesota decisively on March 1, but the 17 delegates he was awarded are now up for grabs, free to vote for any candidate they like on a first ballot at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
In a hotly ...
‘Pro-Choice,’ Ha — The ACLU Went after Catholic Hospitals for Choosing against Abortion
If you still think that the American Civil Liberties Union favors choice, because it calls itself “pro-choice,” consider a lawsuit that a federal court dismissed in Michigan earlier this week. There the ACLU argued that pro-life doctors should be forced ...
There was a wonderful Protestant gal who worked as the National Review Washington, D.C., manager a few years back who was adamant that if Christians took their duties seriously there would be no such thing as an orphan. Children ...
The Destructive Threat of Cyberwarfare
There is a consensus that aggression by one nation against another is a serious matter, but there is no comparable consensus about what constitutes aggression. Waging aggressive war was one charge against Nazi leaders at the 1946 Nuremberg war-crimes trials, but 70 ...
Did Cosmo Interview Hillary Clinton — or a Robot?
Cosmopolitan published an interview on Tuesday that I think was with Hillary Clinton — although I can’t be completely sure, seeing as her answers sounded more like they had come from a robot than an actual human being.
Student Group’s Letter: White Privilege Is a Communicable Disease
According to a letter to the editor penned by the Iowa State University group Leaders United for a Change (“LUCHA”), white privilege is a communicable disease and people must get tested in order to keep it from spreading around campus.
Of Course the Second Amendment Protects an Individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms
Progressives like to insist that the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects a collective, rather than an individual, right to “keep and bear arms.” Or, put another way, they say that the only right Americans have to the ...
What the Panama Papers Actually Show
For the past several days, much of the liberal media has been abuzz with the news that more than 11.5 million documents from a Panamanian law firm had been leaked. The documents showed that many of the world’s wealthiest people ...
A Party Is Only as Good as Its Principles
Going into the 2016 election cycle, Republicans had a golden opportunity. The House and Senate are already under GOP control; a win in the presidential race would open up the possibility of passing the most ambitious pro-growth agenda since the Reagan ...
As ISIS Expands, President Obama Gets Libya Wrong
In 2003 the United States overthrew Saddam Hussein in hopes of bringing democracy to Iraq. Instead a power vacuum was created, into which moved thousands of fundamentalist Sunnis from across the Middle East. Many of them rallied around the banner of ...
Why Cruz Is the Likely Choice at the Convention
I wouldn’t say that the GOP is falling in love with Ted Cruz, but maybe it’s falling in like.
In arguably the most improbable political season of our lifetimes, this fact has to rank high on the list ...
Trump’s Virtual Lynch Mob
Call it a high-tech lynching.
In the wake of Donald Trump’s being shut out in Colorado — final delegate count: Ted Cruz, 34; Trump, 0 — his fans have formed virtual mobs, and on Sunday a particularly passionate Twitter user tweeted out the ...
Lying Won’t Change Colorado’s Rules
If you took all the lies out of political rhetoric, how much would be left? Apparently even less than usual this year.
The latest, and perhaps biggest, lie — thus far — is that Donald Trump was cheated out of delegates in ...
Harvard Op-Ed: ‘Everything Is about Race,’ Even Benches
A Harvard student penned an op-ed for the school’s newspaper explaining that if you’ve ever said, “Don’t make this about race,” you were automatically wrong — because “everything is about race.”
“Of course it’s about race — everything ...
Nuclear-Deal Fallout: Russia Sells S-300 Weapons to Iran
In a Senate hearing last week, the State Department’s third-ranking official issued a stern warning to the Kremlin concerning its planned sale of the S-300 air defense system to Iran. “We have made it very clear to the Russians,” ...
It’s a funny old world: I’m idling in a pretty thick mess on the freeway and trying to keep in mind the relevant modern proverb: “You are not stuck in traffic — you are traffic.” In front of me ...
Vladimir Putin’s Big Short
The Big Short is a movie about some daring hedge-fund managers who bet on the collapse of the subprime-mortgage market in 2008 and made a fortune as a result. Vladimir Putin is making a similar “big short” by betting on the ...
The ‘Voice of the People’ Fallacy
We hear many fallacies in election years. The fallacy that seems to be most popular this year is that, if Donald Trump comes close to getting the 1,237 delegates required to become the Republican nominee, and that nomination goes instead to ...
The Tragic Deterioration of D.C.’s Great Society Subway
If you live any distance beyond the Capital Beltway you probably didn’t notice, but an important part of government in Washington shut down on Wednesday, March 16. That’s when the Metro subway system’s recently installed general manager, Paul ...
Student: I Was Told I Can’t Sing a Rihanna Song Because I’m White
A student at the University of Oklahoma is claiming that she was told during a human-relations-theory class that it would be a “microaggression” for her to sing a Rihanna song, because she’s white.
“I was told as a white ...
Read the Rules, Mr. Trump
Donald Trump is right: The system is rigged. It’s rigged in favor of front-runners. That’s why Trump, who is leading the Republican nominating contest, has a larger percentage of delegates (46 percent) than of votes (37 percent). Unsurprisingly, Trump never ...