Trump tried to calm the public during a pandemic and sound an optimistic note that the country is slowly returning to normal—and the media consider that a bad thing.
Drug makers, navigating a very partisan minefield that could undermine public confidence, take a rare step of assuring the public that any vaccine they produce will be safe and effective.
As the media and the left accuse Republicans and the Electoral College of diluting minority votes, the number of minority members of Congress has increased dramatically over the past 20 years.
In 2021 the economy will need pro-growth, not pro-government, policies to enable economic recovery. But the Biden/Harris ticket is promising the opposite.
Blacks and Hispanics are skeptical of mail-in voting, and for good reason. So why are Democrats so focused on it.
Despite all of the Democratic claims of pandemic competence, there is little reason to think that the party could have handled the virus any better.
In her emotion-driven speech to the virtual Democratic National Convention, Obama made several claims that are at best misleading. And if the media won’t do its job in pointing out these contradictions, others have to.
At this point, Trump has an uphill battle to win reelection. But the riots, Democrats’ far left turn and possible future revelations about the Russian hoax, may provide enough momentum to put Trump over the top.
Given the hundreds of cities, towns, counties, schools, businesses, buildings and bridges that seek to honor the founders’ good deeds, it’s very unlikely the cancel-history crowd will succeed in eliminating their memory.
Democrats have long criticized President Trumps' economic policies, yet Joe Biden is now plagiarizing some of them—and making them worse.