If you are offended by Tucker Carlson's opinions, don't watch him.
The contrast between the prevailing narratives about Cuomo and DeSantis tells us more than a simple story about the declining circumstances of one and the rising star of the other.
Simply put, the United States has a binary choice in the Persian Gulf.
Even when personal profit was not involved, earmarks were about buying votes.
Faith in multilateralism is at the heart of the mindset of the foreign policy establishment stalwarts who have returned to power in the last month.
Mass amnesty with no increase in border security and the promise of less enforcement will have one side effect: unifying and galvanizing Republicans.
The power of these companies to control public discourse is a clear and present danger to everyone who values free speech.
Whether the GOP opposition is led in the upcoming years by President Trump or one of the party's next generation of conservative leaders like Senator Hawley, its future lies in a populist program.
As much as we may understand the desire to avoid the taking of any life, the Trump DOJ's efforts to seek the death penalty in certain cases was both moral and legally correct.
The most important question to be asked about the next four years is whether Big Tech will not only have a loud voice in Washington, but also ensure that its power continues to grow.
After almost a year of state governments being given carte blanche authority, it was time to remind governors like Cuomo that the Constitution, and specifically the First Amendment, hadn't been repealed.
The Democrats' attempts to bully Republicans into silence about any questions about the vote, or to simply shut down the discussion as a conspiracy theory that the media is labeling false in advance of even a cursory examination of the charges, won't help the cause of democracy.
Trump has actually strengthened Western interests in the face of European venality and short-sightedness that has made the world less safe.
By convincing so many of their supporters to vote by mail, the Democrats may have created a problem that could plunge the nation into a post-Election Day tangle of challenges and lawsuits.
The Democratic position seems to be that any development that might constrain their power must be stopped by any means necessary, even if means overturning honored precedents and trashing any institution that doesn't bend to their will.
Whether the critics are willing to admit it or not, Kushner's quartet of amateurs has done more to advance the cause of peace than all of the professionals and experts did in the previous quarter century.
A startling report published by the New York Post this past weekend should give pause to those who would downplay the problem of voter fraud.
To the world, he's a hardline opponent of peace, but the record proves that Israel's longest-serving prime minister is his country's most skillful and successful diplomat.
The refusal to break ties with a chapter led by a Nation of Islam supporter has put the venerable civil rights organization's allies in a dificult position.
Sports in America used to be unifying, but now they seem to be yet another front of the culture war.
Republicans must embrace law and order and paint a stark contrast with the Democrats.
Despite media efforts to obfuscate, Florida's Republican governor has handled the coronavirus better than New York's Democratic governor.
Andrew Cuomo needs to fall on his sword when it comes to nursing home deaths in New York state.