If resentment toward Sanders persists so long after he stirred up considerable enthusiasm for Democrats in 2016, you want to ask why. It tells you this party does not want to win.
Coulter may call him a lunatic, but Trump has a proven record of getting most of what he wants.
They apparently have a savior complex: internally they justify any action or policy, no matter how shamelessly anti-republican, if it helps save the republic.
Do Democrats think their current strategy will help them win the next election? We will see whether they miscalculated.
Yet the president nurses constant resentment that other countries take advantage of the United States.
Perhaps Trump wanted to build a tower in Moscow so he could escape New York’s building regulations. If you want a good deal, pay Vladimir Putin to grant you a charter to do business in Russia. You can be one of his oligarchs.
If we expand our conception of what is possible, we may grasp how we reached this point in our history.
The ad is the worst piece of garbage dressed up as political propaganda I’ve ever seen. It is so bad I would not put it down my gargage disposal, because it would muck it up.
I thought about rights and the law this week, as items in the news lead to those subjects these days.
People do not trust mainstream outlets for a good reason: too often they cooperate with state security. They do not deserve our trust.
These are not reasons tied to a political party, or even to an association. They are not particularly political reasons at all. They are reasons tied to personal frustration, disorientation, and helplessness.
We all want to be left alone. In the past we valued democracy, because it seemed the best path to a good life. We tolerated politicians, because they did not come around that often. The contract we had with them seemed to work well enough. This round seems different. This time, democratic institutions could continue to wane for several generations.