[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.
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.
If you live in any country that depends on the United States being an stable ally against malignant Asian regimes, then I'd view the future with real trepidation.
In post-Charlottesville America, we no longer have the luxury of trying to pretend that racism in politics is strictly an invention of leftist rhetorical dogma.
So let's dispense with the "It's just a hat" crap and deal with what wearing that particular hat actually means.
A Christian nation can not, must not, be "great." It must be humble, so we must choose between "greatness" and "goodness".
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.
The weather hasn't changed, but he tells them it has, so they believe him, even while they're getting drenched.
Anyone who has argued with a conspiracy theorist immediately recognizes the disconnect from rational facts that Trump's many supporters exhibit.
Conservatism ... can be summed up in three basic values, each absolutely necessary to the philosophical framework: individualism, capitalism, and limited government.
The vile sickness that infests our national government isn't new, it's just common to both major parties now.
This toxic mutual intolerance has divided our nation into three societies, each behaving as though the other two do not matter.
Take Trump supporters at their word that Trumpism necessarily assumes White Nationalism, because it does.