In Donald Trump's choice of a new Supreme Court judge, there are no bad choices, just expedient ones.
Ronald Reagan once quipped that politics is the second-oldest career and bears a striking resemblance to the oldest. In the decades since he made that observation, it has been demonstrated to be more true with each passing year. Case in point: the hypocritical fervor surrounding the resignation of EPA boss Scott Pruitt. Politics — not principles — have guided the entire affair.
“Yesterday’s radicalism is today’s moderation to us,” is the message of many Democrats. Just consider that some of their members have recently made extremist rabble-rouser Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) their party’s standard bearer, labeled avowed socialist senator Bernie Sanders a “neoliberal shill” and a “moderate,” and have called a race-card-playing NYC socialist who aims to abolish ICE “the future of our party.”
Many establishment conservatives — some of them former Republicans — are now rooting for the Democrats in the fall elections. Is it anti-Trump derangement or showing their true colors?
Fearless congressmen create a video series called The Swamp exposing the corruption on Capitol Hill.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), devoted liberals both, are “racist.” That’s according to leftist CNN political commentator Angela Rye (D-Media), who condemned the two gerontocrats for criticizing Maxine Waters’ (D-Texas) call for the harassment of Trump officials. It’s reflective of the rise of a more radical “new Left,” which threatens both the old guard’s power and our nation itself.
New York Democrat primary winner Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted after Thursday's Capital Gazette shooting. She tweeted: “Horrifying. This is our nation’s 195th mass shooting — this year.”
Behaving like a knave could kill the blue wave. According to one commentator, this may be the message triangulation master Bill Clinton has for his Democratic Party.
He’s known for soda fights and opposing gun rights, and now he wants to be president, say sources. Well, in contrast to junk-food loving Donald Trump, at least we know there wouldn’t be any Big Gulps in the White House.
A popular bar in Chicago has implemented a new dress code in which patrons are banned from wearing “Make America Great Again” hats in order to help the institution maintain a “classy environment,” the Daily Wire reports. The new dress code is the latest in a string of recent incidents in which private institutions are targeting Trump supporters.