The phenomenon is a distinctly American upheaval: ugly in its overtones but a necessary remedy to consensus liberalism.
There’s something refreshing about Trump’s loud and proud love of country.
These cultured despisers should pause long enough to ask a simple question.
In an election year, ordinary thoughts get you in trouble.
Obama envisioned a similarly dismal America in 2009.
We might benefit from having a more realistic understanding of the new president’s character at the outset of his administration.
He’s not a true conservative.
You can’t have a reasoned discussion with someone who questions your good faith.
He simply dropped the pretense that American politicians were concerned with the facts.
When one half of America views the other half with antipathy, disbelief and disdain, Walter Scott’s “Waverley” feels like the right book to pick up.