The answer is no, liberals and NeverTrump conservatives haven’t learned a thing from 2016 about the working class.
The flawed premises, Trump v Biden, more angst over the anthem, NeverTrump rolling in high cotton-for now, & more in today’s Harsh Your Mellow Monday
Why not support Trump? It’s a simple answer really, but let’s begin with another more pressing question: Why not be a conservative?
NeverTrumpers and other Republican critics of President Trump should take a page from the labor movement.
Republican critics of President Trump are ready to vote for a Democrat in November, save Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
Never Trump Republicans have to be willing to get their hands dirty for things to change.
The president has some subtle and nuanced thoughts for folks of the Never Trump persuasion
No, William Weld won’t win. But that’s not the point.
Trump will win in 2020 because of the left’s ongoing desire to ravage lucidity for their self destructive identity politics.
Never Trump Republicans may go the way of Moderate Republicans with no desire to do anything more than complain.
The question now is, what conservative outlets will remain open to criticizing the President, despite the dollars to be made in not doing so? What market, if any, is there for a loyal opposition from the right to the President and his hardcore followers?
Trump was never inevitable.
America desperately needs a disciplined, conservative political party — a thing the GOP has not been for quite some time. Here are the six steps those small-c conservatives of the #NeverTrump variety will have to take if they want to stem the rise of Trumpism in their party.
The party doesn’t owe the plurality leader diddly squat. It is known what he has to do. He has to actually do it.
So while the motivations of some might be financial, and others may be of principle, still others will be tyrannical and rooted in the worst natures of man. It’s a melting pot. There’s not...
Mr. Trump’s own statements lead us to conclude that as president, he would use the authority of his office to act in ways that make America less safe, and which would diminish our standing...
Robert Kagan: To Republicans afraid to take a stand against Donald Trump: Grow up – The Washington Post
You sometimes get the feeling that if Mussolini himself were about to win the nomination, Republicans would still be talking about Clinton’s email server. This is nonsense. Republican voters and the party leaders who...