Is America a place where our laws and politics reflect our highest virtues or our lowest bigotries?
By every objective measure, the economy has been at best mediocre, and, when compared to the performance of the economy since Reagan, this economy has been flaccid, especially in 2019.
The current administration is desperate to have American voters believe their blatant mediocrity is somehow better than the blatant mediocrity of the prior administration...
The trade war and the moral cowardice of the "heartland voter" demonstrate just how little "heart" there is in this land.
If we really are a Christian nation, then our national holidays should be in accord with our Christian values, and not merely of Earthly concerns.
Individualism is the philosophical position that, since only individuals are capable of possessing rights, only individual rights exist.
[T]here are no good guys in the pig fight over who controls Washington, D.C., and there won't be until enough Americans demand something better than what either major political party has to offer.
The constant media coverage of weather events and protests about "climate change" may be news (albeit irresponsible), but one thing that it certainly is not is "climate science".
Bragging about a 3.6% unemployment rate with 62.8% labor force participation is like bragging about how well a cupcake fits in a ring box. No one wants that cupcake or the ring box.
Every other nation on the planet has exactly the same national sovereignty that the United States does...
Trump's base isn't monolithic, philosophically, economically, psychologically, or even politically, though they all turn a blind eye to Trump's incompetence, his degeneracy, and his ignorance.
Disagreements between people of different opinions is perfectly compatible with political conservatism, but let's not forget that conservatism is ultimately about leaving people alone...
We are watching in real time the demise of our republic, succumbing to the poison of the lowest common denominator politics of democracy.
In these 3 key states that came within 78,000 votes of giving Hillary Clinton the White House in 2016, every Republican Senate candidate lost. Every single one.