The most successful line of attack against a potential Trump 2024 candidacy will likely come from the populist right.
A group of Republicans and Democrats is coalescing around fixing the Electoral Count Act, while the president clings to likely-to-fail voting legislation.
Our system held up against serious threats from the right. So why are so many on the left now trying to undermine it?
It’s not hard to see the Russian dictator’s appeal to American populists. But that’s no excuse to ignore his repression and corruption, or puff him up as an exemplar of conservatism.
In Virginia, Glenn Youngkin showed that he could motivate Trump’s base while keeping him at arm’s length.
A Republican victory in the Virginia governor’s race would point a way forward for the GOP with independents and suburbanites.
By almost every metric, he’s the leading GOP candidate for 2024. But there are indications of an undertow and factors that might increase it in the years ahead.
Politicians like to argue in favor of more infrastructure — and more spending on it. But we can use the capacity we already have in much smarter ways.
That ranks among the most shameless attempts to change reality through a talking point ever attempted.
Larry Elder’s landslide defeat is the latest evidence that the idea the 2020 presidential election was stolen is poison for Republicans.