No one on the Wednesday night stage will inch toward Trump or dispatch any competitor with some obviously pre-planned zinger.
As Republicans and Democrats file into polling places, we will still be hearing hawkish politicians tell us Ukraine is a "vital" national interest.
After the implosion of the Titan submersible at the location of the Titanic wreckage in the North Atlantic, we have an opportunity to reflect.
Our best remembrance of victims is tied directly to a commitment to improve the moral fabric of the country our current kids are growing up in.
We did not need a leak to make clear the slim chances of success in Ukraine, and when leaks occur, we do not need to react with delight if the result is a fleeting political win.
Some on the possible 2024 list already seem to be taking specific aim at DeSantis.
I celebrated the death of Roe v Wade enormously because I am pro-life, and because I acknowledge a state like California or New York, their right to be as ghoulishly pro-choice as they wish.
What becomes serious now is the political price to be paid by Joe Biden.
The saga of New York congressman George Santos raises one central question: what price should politicians pay for lying?
Harry & Meghan is a sublime artifact of modern propaganda, but not in the sinister sense of the word.
Trump says he didn't know who Nick Fuentes was, I'm prepared to believe that.
The Republican pitch moving forward needs to contain some elements voters did not detect this year.
Bright spots for conservatives were far fewer than expected.
When such acts as this occur, we should rediscover the concept of personal responsibility.
People who dislike this politically are trying to concoct a moral component.
Democrats at the city and state level have been thrown into panic amid numbers of migrants that are a tiny sliver of what border states endure every day.
The first thing I learned about Queen Elizabeth II was the close kinship she felt with America.
Every conservative should want Republicans to regain control of the Senate after this year's midterms.
We need to grasp the ways we are feeding the pathologies that can lead to breakdowns in normal development.