I sometimes wonder if we’ve been lulled into a sense of false security.
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While President Trump is a political nightmare for most media outlets, he is also a publicity-driving dream.
If you google “Donald Trump gets defensive” or something of the sort, you will see an array of his responses to various and sundry perceived attacks.
Out from under the yoke of the prior administration, our military leaders have offered a brutally honest and sobering assessment of our armed forces.
Wow. President Trump’s first address to Congress was…well…presidential. I must confess that I didn’t see this coming. There were so many times prior to this speech where I hoped he would raise […]
Over the last half century or so, the United States Senate has generally been a less (ideologically) conservative body than the House of Representatives.
Donald Trump, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, 1 HEADER immigration first 100 days, immigrant ban, jonah goldberg, muslim ban, principle of proportionality, putin, russia, russian poodle, spy, stephen roberts, travel ban, vladimir putin
It would be an understatement to say that Donald Trump is not your normal American president.
As we look for explanations for why Donald Trump was elected president and try to offer predictions for the future, we should ask whether we’ve been looking in the wrong places. We […]
1 HEADER Donald Trump, Economic Policy, Environmental Policy 2016 Elections, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Foreign Policy, Health Care Policy 2016 Elections, Immigration Policy 2016 Elections aca, affordable care act, border wall, checks and balances, drudge report, immigrant ban, matt drudge, mexico, muslim ban, Obamacare, stephen roberts, tariffs, travel ban
Matt Drudge loves to tell a story with his headlines on Drudge Report.
1 HEADER Donald Trump, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Supreme Court antonin scalia, chuck schumer, Constitution, David French, Harry Reid, Ken Salazar, mitch mcconnell, Neal Katyal, neil gorsuch, nuclear option, originalist, stephen roberts, textualist
President Donald Trump has put forth his pick for the Supreme Court: Judge Neil Gorsuch.
1 HEADER Donald Trump, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Health Care Policy 2016 Elections, Supreme Court abortion, frederica mathewes-green, mainstream media, march for life, media, pink pussy hat, press, pro life, pro-choice, pussy hat, stephen roberts, Women's March
On January 21st, almost half a million people participated in the “Women’s March” in D.C. and about three million participated worldwide.
1 HEADER Donald Trump, Environmental Policy 2016 Elections, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS Big Lie, birther, george w. bush, hitler, mainstream media, media, press, reductio ad hitlerum, ronald reagan, stephen roberts, the Big Lie, trump-as-hitler
He was Hitler before the election. After the election, he is still Hitler.
Here at Political Storm, we work hard to broaden our discourse—to speak intelligibly and listen attentively to one another, regardless of perspective.
American Life, Barack Obama, 1 HEADER Donald Trump, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Republican Party abraham lincoln, all lives matter, black lives matter, blue lives, House Divided, lincoln, matter, race, race relations, racial divide, racial strife, stephen roberts
According to numerous polls, the racial rift has widened in our country over the last eight years. To take one snapshot from the polling:
Barack Obama, 1 HEADER Donald Trump, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Foreign Policy China, david ignatius, John McCain, Mitt Romney, one china, pivot, reset, richard nixon, russia, south china sea island, stephen roberts, trade relations, vladimir putin
I recently made it known that I agree with John McCain, Mitt Romney, and, belatedly, President Obama, on the matter of Russia.
1 HEADER Donald Trump, 1 HEADER drainingswamp, 1 HEADER economy, 1 HEADER Education, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, 1 HEADER Healthcare, 1 HEADER immigration, Mike Pence, Supreme Court, Ted Cruz, 1 HEADER whitehouse
How I yearned for a viable third party candidate—Ben Sasse, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, even Mitt Romney.
American Life, 1 HEADER Donald Trump, 1 HEADER drainingswamp, 1 HEADER economy, 1 HEADER Energy, energy, Energy Policy, environment, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Health Care Policy 2016 Elections, Hillary Clinton, 1 HEADER immigration, 1 HEADER LIFESTYLE, Supreme Court
While the election battles have died down, another battle surprisingly persists: how do you morally justify President-elect Trump?
Not only will there be several significant off-year political races in 2017, but they will have important implications for the midterm elections in 2018 and presidential election in 2020.
President Obama—ever one to toot his own horn—recently surmised that he would’ve defeated Donald Trump and secured a third term if he had chosen to run.
Remember that time when President Obama—even after the election of Republican Scott Brown as a senator from Massachusetts—proceeded to ram Obamacare down the throats of the American people against their wishes? Of […]
It is an idea whose time has come. Every sector of the bloated federal bureaucracy comes with a constituency of employees, individual beneficiaries of its largesse, and special interests whose economic or […]