The path to the nomination for anyone other than Trump is exceedingly narrow. Voter composition and mobilization efforts will be key for Trump’s rivals.
A reader critiques Pedro Gonzalez's September column: "Even a cursory review of the results suggests some level of fraud." Gonzalez replies: "Trump was a populist so unpopular that he lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton."
The classified document mishandling charges against Donald Trump pale in comparison with the legal violations of Democrats, including by Joe Biden and his son Hunter. Such a brazen legal double standard exists only in the world's most corrupt countries.
Three speeches given on the eve of the one-year anniversary of the Russo-Ukrainian War reveal that the most principled voice of realism and moderation is coming from a small European nation, Hungary, whose leader is keeping his nation out of the unfolding tragedy.
With the Georgia runoff results in, the midterms represent a remarkable achievement for the Democratic Party. They've held their own despite failing grades in all polls on inflation, crime, foreign policy, and immigration, and a mostly senile president.