Month: May 2018

I’m Done Trying to Understand Trump Supporters

Leonard Pitts, Miami HeraldDespite some progressives’ pleas to reach out, I’m sorry, but I don’t think understanding Trump followers will ameliorate – or even address the laws, news media and mores that are under assault under Trump.

What’s Your EVE (Education vs. Entertainment) Ratio?

Boyd Matheson, Deseret NewsToo many Americans are happily entertaining themselves into misery. As a nation, we spend millions of dollars and countless hours each month on entertainment. The amount of time we spend learning and interacting with people …

China’s Clear and Present Threat

Ned Ryun, American GreatnessWhile the Left continues to lose its mind over Russia and the fairytale of collusion, the fact is Russia simply is not a real threat to the future of our democracy. By any measure, the threat to America’s future freedom is …

Socialism, Bribery and the Death of the Republic

Frank Miele, Daily Inter LakeThe day I wrote this column, I had a conversation with a local businessman who told me, in all earnestness, “I have a hard time finding employees who want to work.”

Looking Beyond One-Party Rule in California

Joel Kotkin, Orange County RegisterIt’s been a half century since Ronald Reagan shocked California, and the nation, by beating the late Pat Brown for governor by a million votes. Yet although the Republican Party is a shadow of its mid-20th cent…

Mueller Puts Politics Above the Law

Jonathan Turley, The HillDonald Trump finally found a federal judge to whom he could relate. Judge T.S. Ellis III on Friday blasted prosecutors from special counsel Robert Mueller’s office as using their case against former Trump campaign manage…

The Latest: Morrisey says Blankenship didn’t reveal finances

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The Latest on the Republican U.S. Senate candidacy of former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship: (all times local): 2:45 p.m. West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is calling on former Massey Energy CEO Donald Blankens…