Three Reasons Russia Is Escalating in Syria against the U.S.
On all fronts — diplomatic, military, covert-action, and economic — Russia is escalating against the United States in Syria. Timing is everything: There are three reasons that Russia is choosing this moment to act.
First off: January 20, 2017. Put simply, Vladimir Putin wants ...
Democrats Are Right to Worry About an October Surprise
Much of the media are already declaring the election an all-but-certain win for Hillary Clinton. Today, the political forecasting site FiveThirtyEight, using polls plus historical and economic data, gives Hillary a 74.7 percent chance of being elected. But smart Democrats are ...
Hillary Clinton Could Make a New Abortion Move
If ever was there a time for leadership on abortion in the Democratic party, it is now. Every day I talk with Americans still looking for a presidential candidate. Many find themselves unable in good conscience to vote for either ...
The White-Minstrel-Show Version of History
Nancy Isenberg has produced, in White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America, a dreadfully stupid and lazy book. It is badly written, poorly conceived, and incompetently executed. Isenberg would join the long line of American debunkers and ...
‘I think I unraveled her.” That is Trump adviser Michael Cohen describing his encounter Wednesday with CNN anchor Brianna Keilar.
What an unraveling looks like to Trump world:
When Keilar pointed out that Donald Trump is losing to Hillary Clinton, ...
Catholic Hospitals Should Not Have to Sterilize Patients
Last year Rachel Miller, a California mother expecting her second child, attempted to arrange for a tubal ligation after delivering her baby. Mercy Hospital, the local Catholic institution where she intended to have the procedure, informed her that it could ...
Ryan Lochte and America’s Man-Boy Problem
The American Psychological Association (APA) recently highlighted news coverage of studies on how athletes express the thrill of Olympic victory or the agony of Olympic defeat. Specifically, its website linked to a Washington Post piece titled, “Why bronze medalists are ...
Blood Father is a better return of Mad Max than last year’s Mad Max: Fury Road, because Mel Gibson, the original roustabout, comes back on a motorbike trailblazing a wake-up vision of himself and of America’s generational relations. ...
The Human Costs of America’s Economic Stagnation
Are the United States and other industrialized countries heading for a fall?
A recent report from the McKinsey Global Institute – “Poorer than Their Parents?” – suggests that greater instability may be on the horizon for the First World. The report outlines ...
‘Honest Conversations’ about Race
‘What this country really needs,” we are endlessly instructed, “is an honest conversation about race.”
Do we ever talk about anything else?
From yesterday’s New York Times: an op-ed dwells on the question of whether voter-ID laws and other ...
Reminder: Obamacare Is Still a Disaster
So a giant, rent-seeking insurance company is accused of having threatened to leave Obamacare’s health-insurance “marketplace” if the government didn’t approve its giant merger. If true, this would be the least surprising development in the past six years ...
Today’s Candidates Don’t Measure Up to Roosevelt or Reagan
Donald Trump has just made changes, again, in his campaign’s top leadership, shoving aside the seasoned Paul Manafort and installing Breitbart News Chairman Steve Bannon and veteran pollster Kellyanne Conway. He’s obviously acting in response to his falling ...
The Price of Powerlessness
This week Russian bombers flew out of Iranian air bases to attack rebel positions in Syria. The State Department pretended not to be surprised. It should be. It should be alarmed. Iran’s intensely nationalistic revolutionary regime had never permitted ...
Trump Is Right that Blacks Suffer Most When Order Breaks Down
Who would have thought that Donald Trump, of all people, would be addressing the fact that the black community suffers the most from a breakdown of law and order? But sanity on racial issues is sufficiently rare that it must ...
Instagram Bans Gun Company after Owner Criticizes Facebook
When Facebook came under fire last week for banning various pro-Second Amendment pages without explanation, it appears the social-media giant may have sought retribution.
Last week, the owner of a firearms-parts company called “Tactical Sh*t” logged onto Facebook to ...
I wrote for Politico today about the new revelations about Paul Manafort and the pro-Russia orientation of Trump campaign generally, and cataolgue the resulting bizarre inversions:
It is the outsider candidate who has a lobbyist at the heart of his ...
What a Trumpian Supreme Court Might Look Like
In 1952, the National Archives in Washington arranged to put an original parchment text of the Constitution — along with an original parchment text of the Declaration of Independence — on public display. Because of the Cold War concerns about nuclear attacks, the ...
The Obama-Clinton Immigration Agenda Will Mean the Balkanization of America
Hillary Clinton has made it clear that she supports and will expand President Obama’s immigration policies. These policies are by now well known: executive amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants (and eventual citizenship); the end (for practical purposes) of ...
America’s Refugee Program: A Clear and Present Danger
Our nation’s refugee program is a clear and present danger to the United States of America. Over one year ago, I introduced legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives, H.R. 3314, the Resettlement Accountability National Security Act of 2015, ...
The Tragic Transgender Contagion
When thinking about transgender issues, you can choose to believe either the Left’s comforting lie or the messy — and sometimes quite sad and scary — truth. Here’s the comforting lie: that there are a certain class of people who ...
Is Richard Burr Sailing into the Perfect Storm?
Republicans are increasingly nervous about the Senate race in North Carolina, where Senator Richard Burr finds himself at sea in a year when some party insiders say a perfect storm may be gathering for Tar Heel State Democrats.
Burr faces ...
With Campaign Shakeup, Trump Puts Primary Strategy on Steroids
A Trump campaign that has seesawed between inexperienced loyalists and longtime party flaks seesawed back again early Wednesday morning as campaign chairman and erstwhile foreign lobbyist Paul Manafort was layered between Breitbart CEO Stephen Bannon, now serving as CEO of ...
Trump: Extinguish Radical Islam
Donald J. Trump did it again.
For the second time in a week, he calmly delivered a serious, solidly conservative speech that vaporized the claims of the Never Trump crowd that he is a liberal Democrat in drag.
Two Mondays ...
John McLaughlin, Leader of the Group
Yesterday I lost a mentor and close friend. America lost a legend. Dr. John McLaughlin.
Host of the 34-year-running television show The McLaughlin Group, John passed away after a battle with cancer. He is survived by a close partner, Maritza, ...
Milwaukee Deserves Better
The images from Milwaukee this weekend were sickening — burning buildings, riots, shots fired, police in riot gear. Many people over the past 72 hours have likened the recent events to the Milwaukee riots of 1967, which began only 15 blocks from today’s ...
The Unsolved Mystery Behind the Act of Terror That Brought Putin to Power
I believe that Vladimir Putin came to power as the result of an act of terror committed against his own people. The evidence is overwhelming that the apartment-house bombings in 1999 in Moscow, Buinaksk, and Volgodonsk, which provided a pretext for ...
Unfortunately, There’s Nothing Unusual About Manafort’s Ukraine Consulting
Donald Trump’s appeal to flyover-country voters has been that he purportedly understands their frustration and disgust with Washington’s business as usual. K Street lobbyists are the symbol of Washington rot as they push for favors, subsidies, exemptions, and ...
Stalling the Engines of Progress
The week brings two interesting pieces of automotive news: One from Nissan, which knows what it is doing, and one from the Obama administration, which doesn’t.
Since this is National Review rather than Car & Driver, I’ll start with ...
Trump Has Cried Wolf Too Often on Media Bias
Early Sunday morning, Donald Trump began a Twitter rant against the national media’s coverage of his struggling presidential campaign.
If the disgusting and corrupt media covered me honestly and didn’t put false meaning into the words I say, ...
Hillary’s Headhunter: Sleazeball Ken Salazar
The Loathsome Cowboy rides again.
Ken Salazar, President Obama’s disgraced former interior secretary and a former U.S. senator from Colorado, was named Hillary Clinton’s White House transition chair on Monday. The pick confirms that a Clinton presidency ...
Men Are Getting Weaker — because We’re Not Raising Men
If you’re the average Millennial male, your dad is stronger than you are. In fact, you may not be stronger than the average Millennial female. You’re exactly the kind of person who in generations past had your milk ...
Losing Money in Obamacare Exchanges, Another Insurer Pulls Back
Late Monday evening, health insurer Aetna confirmed a major pullback from Obamacare’s exchanges for 2017. The carrier, which this spring said it was looking to increase its Obamacare involvement, instead decided to participate in only four state marketplaces next year, ...
Trump’s the Wrong Man to Attack the Media
‘If the disgusting and corrupt media covered me honestly and didn’t put false meaning into the words I say,” Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday, “I would be beating Hillary by 20%.” “My rallies are not covered properly by the media. ...
Why the White Working Class Is Falling Behind
Editor’s Note: The following article is adapted from Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis (Harper).
Growing up in Middletown, Ohio, we had no sense that failing to achieve higher education would bring shame or ...
A new report from USA Today uncovers a little-known scheme on the part of federal drug agents, who — in their attempt to intercept money couriers connected to the drug trade — have been mining American’s travel records in order to ...
Adjusting Obamacare ‘Reality’
Could it be that the highly compensated insurance-company actuaries are lousy at math?
For months, we’ve been reading stories about how big medical bills incurred by Obamacare enrollees are driving publicly traded insurance companies from the exchanges. Some affiliates ...
The Myth of the Big Bad Gun Lobby
As far as Hillary Clinton is concerned, the NRA gets its way only by intimidating elected officials.
In an interview with Newsweek last week, Clinton claimed that the NRA uses campaign donations and advertising dollars to keep politicians from doing ...
Does Black Success Matter?
We keep hearing that “black lives matter,” but they seem to matter only when that helps politicians to get votes, or when that slogan helps demagogues demonize the police. The other 99 percent of black lives destroyed by people who are ...
The Nihilism in Milwaukee
Tim Pool is a fearless social-media reporter who specializes in getting close to the action. It almost doesn’t qualify as a protest or a riot if Pool isn’t live-streaming from the streets. But he is pulling out of ...
The Betrayal of the Intellectuals?
Peter Beinart writes angrily in The Atlantic of the supposed Trump intellectuals, apparently on the premise of not whether one has endorsed formally the Trump candidacy, but whether one has been critical of the existing administration. He suggests that I ...
Mrs. Clinton’s Blame Game
The politics of blame are a funny thing. We will blame anybody and everybody for any and all imaginable problems — except the people who actually have blame coming.
Nobody really cares very much about evidence, reason, argument, etc. What they ...
Lucy and Joe Lourenco emigrated from Portugal in 1984 as a newly married couple; they were only 19 and 24 years old. They spent the first few years of their life in America working in California, saving all the money they could. Idaho ...
Connecticut Democrats’ War on Free Speech
I’m learning that when government pays, political speech ceases to be free.
Along with my friend and colleague, Connecticut state representative Rob Sampson, I’ve been charged with a violation of campaign-spending statutes by our state elections-enforcement authority. My ...
Inside Trump’s Conquest of America's Most Conservative Districts
When Representative Mark Meadows filed his motion to vacate the chair, effectively calling for the removal of John Boehner as speaker of the House, he accused the Republican leader of constricting the legislative process, consolidating power atop the party, and — ...
Media Are Flat Wrong to Dismiss Voter-Fraud Concerns
Yes, Donald Trump has muddied the issue of possible voter fraud in the November election with his comment that the only way Hillary Clinton can win Pennsylvania is by way of stolen votes. There doesn’t seem to be an ...
Never Trumpniks Pave Hillary’s Path to Power
Short of diving head-first from atop his eponymous tower, Donald J. Trump seems unable to satisfy the Never Trump crowd.
Perhaps the most aggravating thing about Trump’s mortal enemies on the right — many of whom I have known and ...
The Seduction of Benedict Arnold
Just about the only thing most Americans know about Benedict Arnold is that he was a traitor, the turncoat par excellence of America’s founding. Today, his name is synonymous with “traitor.”
Beyond that, we tend to know as little ...
WWII Airmen Finally Get Their Memorial
On Saturday, August 6, I was privileged to attend the unveiling of the memorial to American airmen who fought in World War II at the Wings Over the Rockies aviation museum in Denver, Colo. Created by Major Frederic Arnold (Ret.), an ...
Insanity Once More: The Hillary Clinton Economic Plan
Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, when in fact the results never change, is one definition of insanity. That definition works for economic insanity, too.
Over the past seven-and-a-half years, President Obama has maintained ...
The New York Times Exposes one of the Middle East’s Two Terrible Diseases
This week the New York Times – to much fanfare — has dedicated its entire magazine to the story of “how the Arab world came apart.” Called “Fractured Lands,” the title over-promises. It offers a snapshot of a region in crisis, not ...
Indian Americans, Don’t Let the Democratic Party Take Your Support for Granted
The Indian-American community tends to overwhelmingly favor the Democratic party. In a recent poll, 65 percent of Indian Americans viewed the Democrats favorably, whereas only 18 percent had favorable opinions of the Republicans. In the last election, the share of Indian Americans ...
Many journalists are frustrated novelists and screenwriters. Others are attracted to literary and cinematic writing for the expanded creative horizons and the possibility of a big payday.
Imagine pitching Trump for President to Miramax. They’d laugh you out of ...
Trolls Haven’t Ruined the Internet
This week, Time magazine’s cover warned that, “We’re losing the Internet to a culture of hate.”
The lengthy piece, by Joel Stein, profiles Jeffrey Marty, 40-year-old dad and lawyer who lives outside Tampa, who runs the Twitter account ...
Of Course There Should Be an Ideological Test in Immigration
Imagine an American government official, interviewing an alien seeking admission to our country from, say, Syria:
U.S. official: “Will you support the United States Constitution?”
Syrian alien: “Well, sure, except that I believe the government should be overseen by ...
In Florida, a Blow to the Pro-Life Movement — & the Law
Florida citizens familiar with the way their state government works might be confused. Before Thursday, the budget was administered by the legislature, as is designated by the state’s constitution. But as of Thursday, the budget is apparently run by ...
Those Pallets of Cash Sent to Iran Were ‘Leverage’ After All
It’s time to update all those liberal “explainers” — you know, the pieces that patiently instructed conservative rubes that the pallets of cash we shipped to Iran on the exact day they released American hostages were not a “ransom.” The ...
The U.K. Should Become Part of the U.S.
It has been two months since the U.K. voted to leave the EU, and the dire predictions of “Project Fear” — the campaign to frighten British voters into choosing to stay in the EU — have not come true. Not only ...
Meet Aleppo’s ‘Moderate,’ ‘Secular’ ‘Rebels’: Al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood
As the invaluable David Pryce-Jones notes, Syria’s second-most important city, Aleppo, is the locus of heavy combat, pitting Russia and Iran, the forces propping up the Bashar Assad, against anti-regime fighters, also known as the “rebels.” David refers to ...
Riding the Roads on Greyhound Is an Education in People
We all have interesting summer-vacation stories. This year, mine involved the colorful characters I met taking Greyhound two-thirds of the way across the country, from New York to Denver, and back. Emergency eye surgery meant I couldn’t fly to ...
Not the Way to Do Minority Outreach
In the nanosecond between Donald Trump’s foot-in-mouth moments this week, just before he made headlines by announcing changes in the topless blender that is his senior staff, he gave what many consider to be the finest speech of the ...
As Gawker Learned, Media Corporations Aren’t Above the Law
If you want proof of the journalism profession’s staggeringly high self-regard, you could do worse than to study the kerfuffle over the not-quite-demise of Gawker.
Gawker was a successful news and gossip site founded by Nick Denton that often ...
So much for the old accusation that the Republican party has a “Cold War mentality.” Or if it still does, it has switched sides.
The 2016 presidential campaign continues to play out like a Christopher Buckley novel gone completely off the ...
Eliana had a good piece on it today. I think it is clearly a net plus for the campaign to have Kellyanne Conway in his ear every day, but it’s hard to see how the Steve Bannon thing is ...
Trump Slams Dems for Abusing Blacks
A Republican presidential nominee finally has slammed Democrats for abusing black Americans — for decades.
“I am asking for the vote of every African-American citizen struggling in our country today who wants a different future,” Trump said Tuesday night ...
Princeton Warns Against Using Words and Phrases with the Syllable ‘Man’ — but That’s Not Enough
Princeton University’s HR department has warned against using certain words and phrases with “man” in them, because this kind of language “does not take into consideration individuals who identify as otherwise.”
The “Don’t Use” column of the “Guidelines ...
The Honor of the Presidency
When President George H. W. Bush conceded the 1992 election to a young Governor Bill Clinton, he consoled his supporters with expressions of awe for the “majesty of the democratic system.” That seems like another country now. If the daily news ...
Trump Will Face a Huge Challenge with U.S. Intelligence If He Wins
Before his classified national-security briefing yesterday, Donald Trump said he didn’t trust U.S. intelligence. His comments attracted the expected condemnations and ridicule from the media pundits and foreign-policy experts. However, based on my 25 years working in U.S. ...
When the cynically misnamed Affordable Care Act was passed, Democrats and their media megaphones assured the American public that this was a carefully crafted piece of policy architecture, each piece fitting just so with the rest to form a highly ...
Reduce Incarceration, Increase Law and Order
Republican nominee Donald Trump says America will “be a country of law and order” if he becomes president. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton says she wants to reform the “criminal-justice system from end to end.” But how will they get there?
One Year Later: Assessing President Obama’s Failed Cuba Strategy
One year ago this month, Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Havana to celebrate the reopening of the U.S. embassy, 54 years after President Dwight Eisenhower severed diplomatic relations with Cuba’s Communist regime.
During the last year, we ...
Trump’s Coalition: Nationalism, White-Identity Politics, or Justice-Seeking?
Jonah Goldberg had an important piece in NRO yesterday on whether the Trump coalition is motivated primarily by nationalism or white-identity politics. It’s important for what it gets right about Trump — but equally so for what I believe it ...
Where’s the Letter from Democratic Security Officials Opposing Hillary?
A group of 50 conservative foreign-policy elites and veteran national-security officials of prior Republican administrations recently wrote an open letter denouncing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
They cited especially his lack of character and moral authority — and his “little understanding of ...
As the primary season went on, Donald Trump’s remarkable success led Republican politicians and media alike to conclude that the old political “rulebook” had been rewritten. Experience, television ads, and retail campaigning were no longer necessary. Outlandish boasts and ...
Donald Trump and the National Debt
Imagine that your family was so deep in debt that your credit-card bills exceed your entire paycheck. Every week you spend more than you take in, with no respite in sight. And you still haven’t figured out how you ...
Taking the Measure of Mrs. May
Even if Hillary Clinton makes it to the White House, as currently seems likely, just how “historic” will her achievement be? America’s first female president would take office long after women have become the leaders of government or heads ...
What Riots Are Good For: Pay Up, or Else
This week saw the latest in a spate of riots in Democratic cities: Milwaukee burned. It burned not because of some grave racial injustice, but because a black officer shot a black suspect armed with a stolen gun. That’s ...
Welfare Reform: Two Decades of Success
Two decades ago, on August 22, 1996, President Bill Clinton signed a landmark welfare-reform bill (the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act) into law. At the time, liberals proclaimed that the bill would slash the incomes of one fifth of American families ...
Q&A: Rep. John Fleming on Why He Thinks Donald Trump Is a Conservative
Louisiana representative John Fleming came to Congress in 2008 and quickly established himself as one of the House’s most-conservative members. A physician and businessman, Fleming spent his first two years fighting against President Obama’s domestic agenda, and when the ...
The West Must Learn to Say No to Turkey
Under its agreement with the European Union, Turkey promises to take back all illegal immigrants who have made their way to Greece. In return, Turkey will receive financial aid from the EU, and talks on EU membership for Turkey will ...
'New Nationalism’ Amounts to Generic White-Identity Politics
To listen to both his defenders and critics, Donald Trump represents the U.S. version of a new nationalism popping up around the world. I’m not so sure.
In a fairly representative analysis, Politico’s Michael Hirsh explained the “...
Of Course Hillary’s Statement That Rape Survivors ‘Have a Right to Be Believed’ Was Deleted from Her Website
Hillary Clinton’s campaign quietly removed her quote about how all sexual-assault survivors “have the right to be believed” from the top of one of her website pages — and I can’t say I’m surprised.
Remember, throughout the fall ...
Writing on Monday about Hillary Rodham Clinton’s ongoing e-mail problems, Young Master Ian relayed this from Leon Panetta, former secretary of defense and longtime Clinton-family sycophant: “I really do think it’s time for the candidates and for the ...
The Curious Case of Corey Jacobs: Eric Holder’s Poster Prisoner Is No Choir Boy
In defending further federal leniency for drug offenders in an op-ed for Sunday’s New York Times, former U.S. attorney general Eric Holder picked the wrong poster criminal.
In Holder’s telling, the man he singled out comes across ...
Technical progress is often associated with moral and political regress, a theme as ancient as Hesiod’s seventh-century b.c. poem Works and Days.
In 200 b.c., not a male could vote freely in Hellenistic Greece, but the so-called Antikythera ...
A Landslide of His Own Making
If Donald Trump suffers a big loss in November, it will go down as a true rarity in the history of modern American presidential politics: a self-inflicted landslide defeat.
If the current polling is accurate, Hillary Clinton is likely to ...
Planned Parenthood Should Stay Off Twitter
‘Depriving inmates of condoms exacerbates infections [sic] disease. Mass incarceration is reproductive injustice.”
Sadly, this is an all-too-real tweet from Planned Parenthood, and it is merely one of a laundry list of self-righteous tweets in which the group asserts that ...
Why Do People Still Donate to Universities?
There was rare good news this month. On August 4, the front page of the New York Times published an article under the headline “College Students Protest, Alumni’s Fondness Fades and Checks Shrink.”
According to the article, some alumni are ...
Will Trump Take Down Congressional Republicans?
On Friday, Republican National Committee and Trump campaign staffers held what one described as an “emergency meeting” at the Ritz Carlton in Orlando. The obvious subject: what to do about Donald Trump’s flagging campaign and how Republican down-ballot candidates ...
Feminist Blog Suggests That Tickling Can Lead ‘Cis Men’ to Think Abusing Women Is Okay
According to an article on Feminist Internet, the common childhood game of tickling another person even after they’ve told you to stop is socializing cisgender men to think that they never have to listen to a woman when she ...
Wisconsin’s Mike Gallagher Runs for the House
Last Tuesday, all eyes turned to House speaker Paul Ryan’s supposedly dramatic Wisconsin primary. But while the spotlight focused on Ryan’s congressional district, less than 150 miles away in northeastern Wisconsin’s eighth congressional district — the home of the ...
Black Lives Matter Is Pushing Our Cities Back to the Brink
What happens when a city combines body cameras, a “model” law requiring independent investigations of police shootings, and a police chief so committed to reforming the way cops interact with the black community that he’s profiled on public radio’...
Roger Ailes, Bill Cosby, and the Myth of the ‘Anita Hill Moment’
America, we’re told, is “approaching another Anita Hill moment.” Or so say the New York Times and legions of commentators breathlessly reporting the latest details about former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes’s alleged sexual harassment. When combined with ...
The Myth of the U.S. Military ‘Readiness Myth’
In a recent Wall Street Journal essay, “The Myth of a U.S. Military ‘Readiness’ Crisis” (August 9), General David Petraeus and Brookings Institution scholar Michael O’Hanlon sadly perpetuate one of the most deeply held myths about the state of ...
Religious Freedom: Lighting the Path
Hours after Father Jacques Hamel’s throat was slit by Islamic militants in his parish church in Normandy, I was in a packed Irish bar in Krakow’s main square with the archbishop of Baltimore, William E. Lori.
We were ...
Trump Is Losing, and Losing It
Every profession has its in-house lingo, which may be confusing to amateurs. For example, in the world of campaign professionals, there’s a term for a candidate who spends most of his time complaining about the media: “Loser.”
Ask Bob ...
Nevada’s Joe Heck Aims to Keep the Senate Republican
Las Vegas — Nevada, which calls itself the “Battle Born State,” actually was born prematurely because of Republicans’ anxiety. Now, 152 years later, it again is a subject of their anxiety.
Entering 1864, Abraham Lincoln and his party were intensely, and reasonably, in ...
How Trump Has Helped My Marriage
Donald Trump may not be the best thing to happen to our country, and that’s being kind. He’s done wonders for my marriage, though. Let me explain.
My wife and I just celebrated our anniversary: eleven years of ...
Republicans — Not Just Trump — Are Wrong to Blame ISIS’s Rise on Obama’s Iraq Policy
The early Cold War wisdom that “we must stop politics at the water’s edge” has never been entirely true. In endeavors as human as politics, no such altruistic aspiration ever will be. But Senator Arthur Vandenberg’s adage does ...
Does Anyone Actually Believe Cheryl Mills Was Just Helping the Clinton Foundation for Fun?
I can’t decide what’s more infuriating: Those e-mails suggesting inappropriate links between Hillary Clinton’s State Department and the Clinton Foundation, or her campaign’s explanation of those e-mails suggesting that they think I’m a total, complete ...
I Read Evan McMullin’s Facebook Page So You Don’t Have To
I don’t agree with much that Damon Linker says, but I agree with him about this:
“If you’re feeling defeated and demoralized, weak and vulnerable, you probably want a president who will serve as your protector. That’s ...