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Anti-Trumpers Spout Radical Ideas for 2020 Election Aug. 09, 2020

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — Thanksgiving is going to be ugly this year. There's a real chance the public won'... Read More

Delay the Election? Presidents Often Do Things They Can't Do Aug. 08, 2020

Ted Rall

The stock response to President Donald Trump's suggestion that the general election might be delayed... Read More

The Crisis of the Conservative Legal Movement Jul. 31, 2020

Josh Hammer

According to 2016 presidential election exit polling, the Supreme Court was the single most predicti... Read More

Has-Beens for Biden Jul. 16, 2020

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

Washington — Over the weekend, a flurry of articles appeared, enthusing about the awesome mach... Read More

The Buck Doesn't Stop Here Jul. 11, 2020

Mark Shields

Dan Buck is a philosopher friend of mine with a rare gift for explaining the political world. Back w... Read More

Malawi Shows the World How to Fix a Crooked Election Jul. 08, 2020

Austin Bay

In May 2019, Peter Mutharika, incumbent president in the southern African nation of Malawi, claimed ... Read More

A Temporary Reprieve for Those Who Dream Jun. 18, 2020

Connie Schultz

On Thursday, the Supreme Court stopped President Donald Trump from inflicting the devastation that c... Read More

A Campaign Year of Less Wisdom and Less Wit Jun. 13, 2020

Mark Shields

In the nine presidential elections between the 1952 victory of Dwight D. Eisenhower and George H.W. ... Read More

National Party Conventions Haven't Been Relevant for Decades. They Should Go. Jun. 02, 2020

Daily Editorials

Milwaukee officials are endorsing the idea of a scaled back, more virtual event when the Democratic ... Read More

Trump's Above the Twitter Law May. 31, 2020

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — In January 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump bragged that his supporters were so ... Read More

Twitter's Left-Wing Cabal Has Crossed a Line May. 29, 2020

Adriana Cohen

It's ironic that Democrats and their mouthpieces in media have been pounding the table the past few ... Read More

The Folly of Twitter's Fact-Check May. 29, 2020

David Harsanyi

No American, not even the president, has an inherent right to a social media account. Tech companies... Read More

Trump Is on the Ballot -- Not His Twitter Feed May. 29, 2020

Josh Hammer

This past week, years-long tensions over the rather peculiar Twitter feed of the president of the Un... Read More

Trump Wants Twitter to Spread Lies, Not Truth May. 28, 2020

Steve Chapman

For years, Twitter has been Donald Trump's big cargo hauler for getting his message to his followers... Read More

Democrats Warning Trump Will Reject Election Results Should Look in the Mirror May. 22, 2020

David Harsanyi

In a recent Washington Post column warning Americans to "prepare for the possibility of Trump reject... Read More

The Weird Andrew Cuomo Boomlet May. 19, 2020

Stephen Moore

Usually, when a CEO severely underperforms peers, he or she is fired or handed a gold watch and give... Read More

Behind Trump's Strategic Pivot May. 08, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

After Pearl Harbor, FDR declared that his role of "Dr. New Deal" had been superseded, replaced by hi... Read More

Voting by Mail Protects Democracy and Public Health May. 07, 2020

Steve Chapman

If I were a fan of the coronavirus, here's what I'd like to see this fall: crowds of Americans stand... Read More

Prophets and Loss May. 05, 2020

William Murchison

Brothers and sisters, we are living in Prophets' Heaven! I never before knew there was such a place,... Read More