The GOP leadership needs to reflect on how long it can go before it must posit substantive alternatives to the Democrats' radicalism.
As social media sites have grown in importance and market cap to become "Big Tech," the public deserves a fuller understanding of whether and how they have sacrificed their noble free speech principles.
To the elites, Wyoming representative Liz Cheney's ouster from the No. 3 position in the House GOP leadership is a big deal.
The Democrats are returning to their roots during Joe Biden's presidency. The Clintonian concession that the "era of big government" was over has been nullified.
Growth matters. The Republicans who followed Reagan into the White House either didn't get it or couldn't explain it.
The Democrats don't plan to run on their record in the 2022 midterm elections. They plan to go to the voters and argue that Republicans are too crazy to be allowed in Congress.
There are a lot of people who have a considerable amount of soul-searching to do.
The national debt has doubled thanks in no small part to efforts to alleviate the impact of the economic lockdown used to prevent the disease from spreading.
Forcing self-described Democratic moderates to declare where they stand is the beginning of the fight to keep America from lurching sharply to the left.
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.