There has been a massive layoff at the Republican website. Everyone who criticized the President is gone.
A top Republican political analyst is warning that a Roy Moore victory in Alabama could pose real problems for Republicans in 2018. If it does, they’ll have nobody to blame but themselves.
The flagship of the American right is leading the charge against Donald Trump, but it’s not likely to work.
The longer this race goes on, the hard it becomes to deny the truth about Donald Trump.
Even if Donald Trump isn’t the Republican nominee in 2016, he could still end up causing real harm to the party’s chances of winning the White House and holding on to the Senate.
It will never actually happen, of course, but some of Donald Trump’s fellow candidates for President have been eager to endorse his idea to abolish birthright citizenship.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is now appealing to the worst aspects of economic populism on the right.
When I saw the entry at memeorandum proclaiming that “Wikipedia Is Now Trying To Eliminate The Federalist’s Online Entry,” I was flummoxed.
The government of Malaysia paid a lot of money to get some blogs placed at various outlets.
President Obama has unveiled a set of restrictions that wouldn’t have stopped the Sandy Hook Massacre. Some are nonetheless be good policy.
Many conservatives are living inside of a media bubble and they’ll continue to have problems until the consciously decide to break out of it.
President Obama is once again catching flak for his leisure activities.
Most blog readers, like talk radio listeners, gravitate to those sites where the host’s views mirror their own. This actually encourages over-the-top language, villification of the other side, and shoddy reasoning. Echo chambers tend not to reward nuance.