The Republican Party’s unwillingness to switch up its game plan and leadership after a disappointing midterm result could relegate them to the sidelines again in 2024.
Trump’s dinner pal likes the Taliban and wants those sinful creatures called women to wear veils. Sound familiar?
This Thanksgiving, the left and the right should stop living in a dystopian fantasy that this country’s never been worse. We’re actually miraculously lucky.
I know, I can hardly believe it either. But the Party of Pelosi is peacefully functional while the GOP is at war with itself.
Tricky Dick waited a lot longer to announce his candidacy, and let his rivals catch all the heat in the meantime.
The right-wing tabloid was praised for brutally trolling Trump this week. It’s as if the past six years the paper defended him at every turn never happened.
They yawned at his racism, giggled at his corruption, and backed his coup attempt. But losing the 2022 midterms is a bridge too far for MAGA sycophants.
The Florida governor and possible 2024 candidate can be very Trumpy at times—but he’s more popular, effective, and stable than Trump has ever been.
The red wave is looking more like a red ripple, and the less Trumpy Republicans are outperforming the extremists.
If Dems lose big on Election Day, they might want to consider the fact that most Americans just don’t like far-left policies and activists.