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.
America's first president is unique and deserves to be honored individually. We need to return him to his place of honor on the calendar and in our hearts.
All the Democratic opposition had to do at the State of the Union was sit there and smile, but they couldn't handle it.
Although the president and his lawyers are probably right in their legal take, what matters to most senators is how their stance on impeachment will affect their own reelection. Both considerations should point them to the same conclusion.
The rush to judgment is not just on one side of the aisle.
"Nancy Pelosi is messing around with the Constitution while trying to overturn the results of the last election and influence the outcome of the next."
The efforts of the political, economic, academic and media elites to put their thumb on the scale to block Brexit finally appear to have been thwarted.
On both sides of the Atlantic, democracy is under the threat of elites who think they know better.
Scratch beneath the surface in recent elections, and you'll see the center-right is alive and well.
Another week of impeachment mania offered proof of only one thing: Democrats and the media are devoted to bringing down President Donald Trump by any means necessary.
What is actually occurring is a naked grab for political power, driven by partisan donors and activists applying pressure to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to drive President Donald Trump from office.
After all, the so-called separation of church and state exists to protect the church from the state—not vice versa.
Americans wanting to protect themselves during mass shootings and other attacks should realize technology is the best way forward.
Tariffs could leave Florida, Michigan and Ohio hanging in the balance.
If you ask his critics, President Donald Trump might as well have put the gun in the killer's hand.
This week, our nation celebrated 400 years of representative democracy, but it seems the people seeking to replace President Donald Trump aren't such fans of the great American experiment.
Democrats were once again left empty-handed after former special counsel Robert Mueller testified this week in front of two congressional committees—but that doesn't mean they'll stop fishing.
President Donald Trump is masterfully defining his opposition, and it's not any of the 2020 presidential candidates. Still, if he wants to ensure his re-election, he needs to take up these key initiatives too.
Just when the World Cup win ought to be driving people to games and generating positive interest in the sport, Rapinoe is undermining our pride in America's team.
From free college to reparations, the math just doesn't add up, and if Democrats continue down this path, they're likely headed for defeat in 2020.
The pursuit of the truth seemed to be subordinate to the objectives of a few members of the media, who provided ample fodder for the president's constant criticisms of "fake news."
The president's trip appears to have been something of a triumph, even in the eyes of his typical detractors.
It's a strategy that makes sense ahead of the 2020 election.