Kate, you say there is “no doubt” that Rudy Giuliani will not be the nominee of the GOP? Hmmm. Guess that’s why he and John McCain, of whom you would probably say the same thing, score 30 percent each in polls of Republican primary voters while others whose views are presumably more congruent with conservative conventional wisdom are hovering at 3-4 percent. At some point, numbers like these are going to mean something real that those who have “no doubt” about the way 2008 is heading are going to have to take very seriously — especially given the GOP’s propensity to select frontrunners. Maybe it would be a mistake for Giuliani or McCain to win the nomination, but that doesn’t mean one or the other isn’t going to.
As I write on Friday, the restraining order hasn’t come down yet. But it’s just a matter of time. Some federal district judge, somewhere in the United States, will soon issue an injunction blocking enforcement of the Trump administration’s restrictions on asylum applications. The restrictions come in the ... Read More
Back in 2016, when Trump refused to say he’d necessarily accept the result if he lost, we were told that this was a terrible violation of democratic norms. Now, refusing to accept that you lost an election is the highest form of patriotism. Not only are the media and the Left not pressuring Stacey Abrams to ... Read More
Wednesday was a scary evening for the Fox News host and his family. Read More
Storyline A: "We didn’t lose!" Storyline B: "If we did lose, it’s because you’re a racist!" The Democratic party’s transformation into an undergraduate intersectionality seminar at Oberlin is proceeding at a remarkable pace. The party’s current strategy is to scream “Racist!” at people voting for ... Read More
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is Jonah Goldberg’s weekly “news”letter, the G-File. Subscribe here to get the G-File delivered to your inbox on Fridays. Dear Reader (And those of you who identify as Readers), I’m on a flight to Florida, and I have to get an essay done for the magazine and work on a ... Read More
A Florida judge has ordered Broward County Board of Elections supervisor Brenda Snipes to turn over all records requested by Republican Senate candidate Rick Scott no later than 7 p.m. Friday. Scott filed suit against Broward County on Thursday, demanding that Snipes comply with public-records law by ... Read More