PALM BEACH, Florida – With no sense of introspection, nor irony, the National Review has again made its feeble case against Donald Trump, for the 400th time in a row, all the while alleging that it is the 45th President of the United States, rather than National Review, that sounds like a broken record. For their dwindling readership, the Review proffers clapped out arguments about the importance of the norms of Washington, D.C., the meanness of Trump’s tweets, and the already debunked notion that Trump himself was secretly the campaign manager for every mid term elections and should therefore be blamed


New York Times Begs Biden Not To Debate Trump.

A clearly panicked New York Times has set out what opinion columnist Tom Friedman believes are the best ways for Joe Biden to avoid debating President Trump. Presidential debates have been customary since the very first debate that took place in 1960 between then Senator John F. Kennedy, and Vice President Richard Nixon. But columnist Thomas Friedman seems to want that tradition to end this year, attempting to provide an increasingly doddery Joe Biden with a way out of the nationally televised spectacles. Friedman opens his article by declaring: “I worry about Joe Biden debating Donald Trump. He should do


Justin Amash – the Anti-Trump, Libertarian Candidate for President – Needs to Sit Down.

Rep. Justin Amash (I-MI) is considering a third party Presidential run, and it’s one of the dumbest things we’ve heard since CNN’s Brian Stelter began to hype now-convicted felon Michael Avenatti for the job. Elected to the House of Representatives in 2010, libertarian Amash made headlines for his opposition to the far-left excesses of the Obama Administration. While he helped found the important House Freedom Caucus, Donald Trump’s election in 2016 appears to have driven Amash off the deep end. “…he wants to have attention,” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy explained last year as Amash backed impeachment for what we


Donald Trump: War Time President.

In February, former Donald Trump 2016 communications advisor Jason Miller declared the commander in chief “a wartime President”. Only a limited number have held this moniker. Of the prior 44 presidents, 13 have been considered “wartime presidents,” from Madison to Bush. What we’re living through today isn’t a traditional war. This is a much different war. Not a war in the sense of carrier ships, Apache helicopters, ordinance, and bloodshed. But rather a war against an “invisible enemy,” – a pandemic. While the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus invades the United States, President Trump echoed Miller’s sentiment last week, referring