If there's one takeaway from the 2020 election, it's that, despite the aggressive support it received from donors, elected officials, candidates for office and the mainstream media, progressivism is on the decline.
The polarized media cannot be relied upon to report accurately about either candidate. The solution is for them to go directly to the voters as often as possible.
National healing will only come when we all prioritize the content of our character over the color of our skin.
Outside Washington, the argument that the answer to the problems created by subsidizing unemployment lies in a program to subsidize re-employment would be met with silent stares—and justifiably so.
The miscarriage of justice with Michael Flynn ought to be a reckoning point for a decent society.
We need a payroll tax cut, not more spending.
Proxy voting is an outrageous attack on government transparency that has been blocked, at least for now, by Republican opposition.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is letting Americans suffer while she pushes her left-wing agenda. And no amount of fancy ice cream makes that OK.
All Adam Schiff wants is another opportunity to stick it to the president, but that doesn't mean we don't have to get to the bottom of what happened here.
Here's some free advice for Joe Biden: Not Elizabeth Warren. Not Kamala Harris. Not Amy Klobuchar. A vice president needs to offer you something that you don't already have.
Thought leaders, politicians and medical professionals should be doing their best to prepare people for what might happen, rather than pronouncing our doom and attacking the president.
Although Michael Bloomberg might be the most electable Democrat in the race, he is also the least likely to be nominated. Wednesday night showed us why.