rump has never wavered from the vision he laid out four years ago. That's why he will have my vote come November 3, and it is a big reason I believe he will be reelected.
The hostility of the political establishment, particularly in the realm of foreign policy, to President Trump is proportional to the challenge he poses to its power, privilege and agenda.
The international community has been exposed to ample evidence that Assad prioritizes his grip on power in Syria over compliance with international norms and law.
Republicans have served as Defense or War Secretary for more than half of the 40 years of Democratic administrations.
This year, experts predict voting by mail will surge, especially if voters receive ballots automatically. But not all states have tried-and-tested mechanisms in place.
With a rapidly transforming Middle East, Kuwait has the opportunity to utilize its change in leadership to shift its diplomatic energies towards staving off Iranian aggression.
The ABA has provided cover to senators who quote its irresponsible rating as if it were the final word from the legal profession. It is not.
Abigail Shrier debates Juliet Jacques.
The IOC, and other sporting bodies that take the IOC's lead, should continue to assess on a case-by-case basis, and perhaps draw up firmer guidelines where necessary. But there is a bigger picture, a deeper ethos to consider.
The past four years have taken a psychological toll on many Americans, but studies show traumatic events can also lead to positive transformation.
Likely, I would not have voted for Trump at any other time. In these revolutionary times, I cannot imagine a better man.
Checks and balances and the legislative process are essential to preserving liberty and avoiding arbitrary rule. It is time—in Arizona and elsewhere—to bring the legislatures back to the table.