A car in front of me recently at a traffic light had a political sticker on its rear bumper that read, Leave no one behind – vote Democrat. The message isn’t new, and I’ve seen the sticker before, but I found it freshly notable because it has surely n…
Watchers of the looming midterm elections could see the whites of Democrats’ eyes even before the Bureau of Labor Statistics unwrapped September’s dreadful 8.2% headline consumer price inflation number on Oct. 13.
The postmodern triumvirate of race, gender, and class has been torn apart. The split seems irreparable and permanent.
It was inevitable but is worth noting that Republican midterm chances seem to be reviving as Election Day, Nov. 8, draws nearer.
Prince Harry’s speech to the United Nations on Monday was lamentable. But it was also useful because its mixture of humbug and ignorance was so clear.
The gap between reality and what President Joe Biden says about the economy has widened to the Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn point. The Russian writer and dissident reputedly said of Soviet tyrants, We know they are lying, they know they are lying, they know…
What’s the salient feature of Washington leadership? Is it cynicism? Incompetence? Profligacy with our money? Those characteristics stand out, but none is quite it.
Amid the drama of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s address to Congress, a profoundly insightful comment was offered by Sen. Ben Sasse.
With Europe in flames and the phrase World War III spoken without inviting ridicule in the context of Ukraine, it may seem odd to suggest that the grim conflict is part of something yet bigger.
Poll numbers look bleak for Democrats. A wide range of surveys show twice as many people saying America is on the wrong track as saying it’s heading in the right direction. In the most recent polls aggregated by RealClearPolitics, right track/wrong tr…