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If the ticket wins, will Donald Trump’s chief of staff sideline Vice President Pence, or will he rely on him as a valuable resource in uniting a profoundly divided country? . . . Briefly put, will Pence matter?
Chilton Williamson, Jr.
When it comes to politics—and, increasingly, other things as well—Americans today are like Mae West: They don’t show their good points to strangers.
The regime we live under—the regime of the United States Constitution—began with a set of clear understandings. One was that the federal government was to be the servant of the people.
Scott P. Richert
Donald Trump’s surprise visit to Mexico on August 31 has been analyzed every which way, except for one—the one that may, in the long run, prove most important.
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With only a year in national politics, Trump does not have to show a mastery of foreign and domestic policy details. Rather, he has to do what John F. Kennedy did in 1960, and what Ronald Reagan did in 1980. He has to meet and exceed expectations, which are not terribly high.
For those who have been paying attention for the past couple of decades, Aleppo Boy is a familiar example of what is known as “atrocity porn,” titillating the audience through horror and incitement to hatred of the presumed perpetrators.
Do the major media understand that in their determination, bordering on desperation, to kill Trump, they are killing their credibility? And as they are losing credibility they are losing the country.
Hillary Clinton is a messianic imperialist ready to take risks disproportionate to rewards, but unable and unwilling to take responsibility for the consequences, or to admit any serious wrongdoing.