Since politics has become so vitriolic, this tendency to defend our teams no matter what is probably here to stay. The question is: How long will it last?
The GOP must not make the mistake of believing that this is a short-term undertaking.
If this trend is allowed to continue, the results will inevitably cause far more harm than good.
We just got our first taste of what 2024 might look like: a match up between California Governor Gavin Newsom and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
A slow, much-needed change is in the works. A record number of Black Republicans are running—and they're revolutionizing the party of Lincoln.
It is a wholly one-sided relationship in which Democrats are the only ones who benefit.
With the Democrats seemingly hellbent on delivering both chambers of Congress to their opponents in the upcoming midterm elections, conservatives have much to look forward to.