Today on The Editors, Rich, Charlie, and Jim discuss yesterday’s Georgia Senate races.
The future of the Republican Party is not in yielding to anti-institutional passions.
Robert Cahaly told NR that Trump's COVID relief demand went off 'like a bomb' in Georgia.
Cotton, a frequent ally of President Trump, said he will not join a group of GOP senators in objecting to Congress counting the certified electoral votes.
At Bloomberg, Greg Giroux breaks out the presidential vote in each of the four congressional districts where Republicans picked up a seat.
‘This election simply confirms for me it's about power first and that, frankly, is disgusting and demoralizing,’ Mitchell said.
The continuing popularity of Republican governors is why the party should give a hard look at running a governor for president in 2024.
President Trump has expressed support for direct payments of as much as $2,000.
A singular focus on debt, deficits, and entitlement reform would come with serious political risks.