President Donald Trump has reason to believe that the caravan of migrants heading toward the Southwest border might bring out his base of what he calls “forgotten” Americans.
Even before authorities apprehended Cesar Sayoc, a 56-year-old Florida man suspected of sending crude pipe bombs to the homes of two former presidents and other top Democrats, Washington insiders assumed the devices were intended not to kill or maim, but to advance a political party or ideology.
Critics often accuse President Donald Trump of using dog-whistles to gin up his conservative base. But really, Trump’s most effective trick is to get TV journalists to attack on demand — as you can see in cable news coverage on the caravan of Central Americans headed toward the U.S. border.
The arrest of a progressive activist this week in Las Vegas, an earlier arrest at another campaign event, and other recent incidents involving the left made it appear this was open season on Republicans.
President Donald Trump frequently brings up prison reform at his Make America Great Again rallies. The question is, will Trump embrace reform of federal mandatory minimum sentencing?
It’s journalists who, in their zeal to prove Kavanaugh is too partisan and unable to control himself, come across as too partisan and unable to control themselves.
Christine Blasey Ford, the California professor who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her in 1982 when they were high school students, came across as genuine and believable as she testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday.
The Senate Judiciary Committee’s ranking Democrat, Sen. Diane Feinstein of California, like others in her party, apparently has forgotten that in America, the burden of proof falls on an accuser, not the accused.
What is a racist? There was a time when the answer to that question was pretty clear cut. A racist was someone who joined a group like the Ku Klux Klan, spewed racial slurs like the n-word, or supported segregation. A racist was someone who thought that people of other races were inherently inferior.
An anonymous Trump administration official confessed in an opinion piece published Wednesday that many senior officials “are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.