In late September, Prime Minister Abe Shinzo dissolved Japan’s House of Representatives and called a snap election. At the same time, Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike announced the formation of the new Hope Party, which aimed to win enough seats to replace Abe and his Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). The next twists? The leader of the […]
Make no mistake about it, last week wasn’t just a bad week for Donald Trump, but a bad week for the Republican Party as a whole. And while there are many conservatives who would wash their hands of the GOP after its embrace of Trumpism, it remains the only major party really capable of advancing conservatism. So we have to look at what the GOP can | Read More »
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Is Hollywood so short of material that they need to make a movie about Hillary Clinton’s loss?
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The big news among conservatives and political junkies has so far this week revolved are Milo Yiannopoulos, his invitation to speak at CPAC, his disinvitation from CPAC, and his book being canceled by the publisher. In homes across America, that’s a boring sentence full of things nobody cares about. Donald Trump has finished his first month in office as President, and it’s been a whirlwind. | Read More »
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Before he was the chief election officer for his state, Wayne Williams was the El Paso County, Colorado, clerk and saw firsthand how even a… Read More
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In addition, “no US government entity has run an independent forensic analysis of the system.”
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Ridiculing Mitt Romney four years ago, the Democrats loved to talk about how Russia wasn’t a threat to America anymore. The silly, paranoid Republicans who were trying to make the Russians a boogeyman were totally out of touch with how the modern world worked, and Mitt Romney, as their candidate, was the biggest fool of them all. Just four short years later, and Russia is | Read More »
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A top White House official announced this morning that President Obama has ordered a “full review” of claims of election-related hacking, and wants a report before he leaves office Jan. 20. Lisa Monaco, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, made the announcement at a breakfast arranged by the Christian Science Monitor. “The President has directed the Intelligence Community to conduct a full review | Read More »
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It’s been said over and over this election cycle that strange bedfellows and alliances have formed that would’ve seemed completely insane just a year ago. “Strange new respect” is uttered a lot by lefties about Glenn Beck and by righties about Bill Maher. What caused all of these new friendships was the climactic explosion of a problem that had been building for years. A problem that | Read More »
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The Trump name will be removed from three condominium buildings on Manhattan’s West Side in the coming months after more that 600 residents of the 1,325 units signed a petition that began circulating following the report of Donald Trump’s hot mic comments about being able to grope women due to his fame. A report from NPR describes the name change: “We are assuming a more neutral | Read More »