Trump’s economy isn’t any better than Obama’s was.
The Chinese are no fools.
What will it take for Americans to care about the debt?
The fact is, as conservatives, we have to begin thinking about America post-Trump.
Donald Trump whined about the Federal Reserve doing what it has to do to cut off rising inflation rates…
If you wonder why Trump tweets constantly to his political base, it’s because he seeks to keep them perpetually upset at the things for which he is the solution for.
Ironically, red state voters became so focused on the “red scare” that they haven’t notice they’re every bit as red and every bit as nationalistic as the communists they oppose.
Do Americans have the moral courage to do what is right and choose leaders who will refrain from antagonizing their fellow Americans on partisan grounds?
At the heart of the conservative ethic, we believe that the truth supersedes opinion, because of this we must also believe that our ideas and political positions are always subject to scrutiny.
Regardless of whether you think this is a good idea or a terrible idea, it’s clearly past time for some kind of reform of our broken electoral process.
If real conservatism, the kind that would be recognized by Buckley and Reagan, really be worth fighting for, conservatives should fight for it.
Even pluralism, a core virtue of American conservatism, has its limits, and a patriot can not, must not, tolerate the intolerable.
With China instituting 25% tariffs on over one hundred American made products, a trade war with China is no longer a mere hypothetical, and with Donald Trump being who he is, he is practically guaranteed to retaliate “ten times harder” (basically another way of saying he’ll grossly overreact to this threat to his manhood).
The cancerous mindset unmaking America has a name, and that name is Trumpism.
The path beaten between the two political camps has been so harassed, pounded, and flogged that there isn’t so much as a hint of a twig or tuft of grassy compromise growing from the bare and tortured rock.
[W]hy are you still in a political party that no longer represents you?
We have a standing military because we must, Mr. Trump. It is not beautiful. It is merely necessary.
America is just as much about what you bring to her as what she brings to you.
For the sake of posterity, here are seventeen reasons that I proudly remain #NeverTrump.
It does not matter if you are tired of the Left’s accusations of racism and bigotry, if those accusations turn out to be true.
It has become abundantly clear that instead of trying to restore constitutional rule of law in government, the GOP is content to join the Democrats in redefining it.