How will the GOP recover from the Trump era? Pretend it never happened.
You can’t help but wonder why the Trump administration left so many of these things undone.
The incoming Biden administration looks to roll back Trump-era policies.
Because Democrats don’t hesitate to use power even if they lack legitimacy, they will go farther than Obama did in pushing transgender ideology on American children over the next four years.
Three crippling trends in our country must be addressed to minimize the cycle of poverty and despair.
American exceptionalism died on January 6th, when the Second Civil War began. African Americans were not surprised.
In an effort to mark a clean break from the Trump era, the president-elect plans to roll out dozens of executive orders in his first 10 days on top of a big stimulus plan and an expansive immigration bill.
One hundred years from now, a fair-minded assessment of Trump’s presidency will recognize his abundant domestic and international accomplishments.
America is at an inflection point. The next few years will determine if its hegemony fades or flourishes anew.
Various left-wing writers (some of them nominally Republican) have been salivating over the prospects of a GOP civil war.