The sole obsession of congressional Republicans is to see Trump fail.
Is it possible that anything short of a total immigration moratorium can save this country?
America has a perverse obsession with admitting the entire Third World.
It turns out, people running a business have an uncanny ability to figure out what’s popular with their customers.
Matthew Dowd is just another boring “both sides are wrong” commentator.
The only incidents of actual “hate” since the election have been entirely in one direction: against Trump supporters.
Twitter shows us how Donald Trump plowed through last year.
Only white liberals take Kwanzaa seriously.
Could any of the compassion being lavished on drug addicts be extended to their helpless children?
He can impress The New York Times, or he can make America great again.
Trump has to decide if he’s going to be like every other Republican and throw a brick or grab the ball and score.
We ought to set a time limit on our gloating. I propose three years.
All this is the consequence of the Democratic Party’s decision in the 1970s to get rid of all the normal people.
Building the border wall need to be at the top of the agenda.
The ruling class wants Hillary to do bad things to our country in the future.
Our country will be Zimbabwe, but — if all goes according to the Democrats’ plan — they’ll get to be Mugabe!
The media has to attack Trump’s character.
According to our media, committing a rape is “somebody’s private sex life,” but using a bad word is rape.
The proof that voters don’t care about the personal attacks on Trump is that, even after his lazy and self-indulgent debate performance, he won nearly every online poll.
Trump is the only politician in 50 years to say, “Immigration security is national security.” The media won’t listen. But the voters are listening.