We might adopt “reluctant interventionism,” avoiding entanglements when possible, but recognizing that some interventions are necessary. But in today’s interconnected world, a strident isolationism isn’t just bad policy, it’s dangerous.
Here are five ways Joe Biden could be denied the presidency: suspension intervention, defunding by donors, invoking the 25th Amendment, convention showdown, impeachment.
Whether we’re talking about Biden or Trump, their running mates have a greater-than-normal chance of stepping into the Oval Office. That should prompt the media and voters to pay very close attention to those candidates and their records.
Highly motivated Republicans and Democrats won’t decide the election. A growing number of independents will.
Biden’s failure to enforce border policies is likely to be a problem for the country, the economy and especially for Democrats.
Because of the administration’s flip-flops and overreach in combating COVID, we may be seeing needless outbreaks of several children’s diseases.
Ironically, post-2020 efforts undertaken by both political parties to, in their view, expand voting access and ensure election integrity could be used by the losing party to justify a claim that the election was rigged or stolen.
America is experiencing the worst shortage of prescription medicines in nearly a decade. Patients and their physicians are struggling to obtain more than 300 drugs, mostly generics.
Democrats won’t be promoting American values, they will be pushing center-left policies hidden behind conservative-leaning phrases.
The Florida GOP’s response to allegations against Ziegler could be considered an example of an effort to take the moral high ground. But then how to explain many Republicans’ lack of interest in the more numerous, and in some cases more serious, allegations against Trump?