Little Michael Is Trump’s Ideal Opponent

Jeff Crouere, The Democratic Party presidential candidates are so unimpressive that several newcomers may enter the race. Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, who served during the Obama administration, is reportedly looking at launching a presidential campaign. In addition, former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has been talking to key Democratic Party insiders to evaluate a

Testimony of House Democrats’ Star Witness Pokes Holes in Their Narrative

Joseph Klein, Amb. Taylor confirms key portions of President Trump’s defense. House Democrats are now rolling out the transcripts of various witnesses they had interrogated in the House Intelligence Committee’s secret subterranean chamber. They intend to conduct televised public hearings with these witnesses, starting next week. William B. Taylor Jr., the top American diplomat in

Election: Republican Party — and the good sense of the voters

David Zukerman, House Democrats have been eager to vote to impeach President Trump since January 3, 2019 when they became the majority in the 116th Congress. On that day, House Resolution 13 was submitted by Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) for himself and Rep. Al Green (D-Texas). This resolution called for the “impeachment and trial, and

Phyllis Schlafly: Trump Battles Globalist Republicans

Before heading to Cleveland to accept the Republican nomination for president, Donald Trump paid a high-profile visit to Capitol Hill, where he hoped to unify Congressional Republicans behind his presidential campaign. Many of the 247 Republican Representatives and 54 Senators were cordial to their party’s presumptive nominee, but others remained hostile and weren’t shy about

Liberals Do Themselves No Favor by Denying Their Ideology

Jonah Goldberg,  For the last 20 years, give or take another 50, one of the most cherished baubles of Beltway conventional wisdom has been that the Republican Party has moved too far to the right. We’ll come back to that in a moment. Another beloved trinket in the nest of notions that make up elite

On Clinton’s age, Republican rivals imply — but never say — she’s old

 Her campaign barely three weeks old, Hillary Clinton already has been attacked by Republicans on everything from donations to her family’s charitable foundation, to her tenure as secretary of state and her ties to Wall Street. But her rivals, and the political action committees that support them, are treading more carefully on one incendiary subject: her age. If elected in November 2016, Clinton