american greatness

The shrieks of joy and triumph of reformers are premature.

One of the signs of the many seismic shifts in American political life is the collapse, at least tentatively, after 88 years, of the Democratic Party machine in Chicago.

History is replete with leaders who wish to perpetuate the status quo and to manage supposed permanent decline, but less frequently witnesses a few successful “great again” reformers.

Does ‘Make X Great Again’ Ever Happen in History?

Our relationship with Saudi Arabia should flow from our own needs—not theirs—based on the realities of the region.

Today, the war between Saudi Arabia and Iran—effectively between the Muslim world’s Sunni and Shia blocs, is the great issue in the Middle East.

In sum, in death McCain was transmogrified into angelic status by the very architects who in life were responsible for his demonization.

Trump’s initiatives are often long overdue moves that would never have happened in either a “sober and judicious” Democratic or Republican administration, however much they might have been polled and discussed.

Let the memory of young Mollie Tibbetts, of her family, and of all the people who’ve been victims of illegal immigration remember just what’s at stake in November.

The Democratic Party’s motto has become “Resist Hate.” Let the Republican motto be, “Remember Mollie Tibbetts.”