Plus: A listener asks whether younger generations are capable of passing reforms to entitlement spending.
The former president is right to worry that supporting restrictions on abortion could hurt him in the general election.
Journalism's in-house critics take a bold stance against attempting journalism, because of Trump.
"He said, you strike, you're fired. Simple concept to me. To the extent that we can use that once again, absolutely."
Plus: A listener asks for the editors’ advice on how to spend his money.
A lawsuit to keep Donald Trump off the Florida primary ballot fails.
Donald Trump's latest argument for protectionism is undermined by the realities of his own trade policies.
Election law expert Derek Muller reminds us that we have seen these sorts of claims before.
Haters and lovers of the former president can both express their diametrically opposed views with a Trump mug-shot mug.
The paper worries that "social media companies are receding from their role as watchdogs against political misinformation."
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Tucker Carlson's Sycophantic Interview With Trump Illustrates the Advantages of Skipping the Debates
It's no mystery why the former president preferred a forum in which his record and positions would face no serious challenge.
Only Vivek Ramaswamy and Gov. Ron DeSantis said they wouldn't support additional aid to Ukraine. But both argued we should be more militarily engaged against China and Mexico.
The surging candidate, a political unknown, articulated a foreign policy that was somewhat more libertarian than his rivals.
"Donald Trump added $8 trillion to our debt," Haley said during the opening moments of Wednesday's first Republican primary debate.
At best, tonight's debate is a glorified preseason football game—an unwatchable spectacle that no one ought to enjoy.
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It was never a principled fight against special privileges granted to a private company.
Haley seeks to make her relative youthfulness a selling point. It hasn't caught on among primary voters, but it's nonetheless worth considering whether the oldest candidates are always the best.
The Democrats and Republicans seem ripe for replacement. But how and by what?
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After firing the staffer blamed for a video that borrowed Nazi imagery, is Ron DeSantis finally backing away from the authoritarian edgelords?
No amount of third-party/RFK Jr. shaming can erase the fact that Joe Biden is a weak and unpopular incumbent.
He'd be a stronger candidate if he applied that thinking to situations that don't involve former President Donald Trump.
Though the 2024 Republican candidate's proposals vary in seriousness, they feature plenty of prohibition and brute government force.
The crowd at the socially conservative FAMiLY Leadership Summit was not receptive, and Glenn Beck likened the Arkansas governor's performance to the crash of the Hindenburg.
The Liberal Fascism author and co-founder of The Dispatch talks candidly about the weird state of the contemporary political right.
The anti-vax environmental lawyer is not worthy of the rehabilitation tour he's getting from pundits and podcasters.
Many politicians offer a simplified view of the world—one in which government interventions are all benefits and no costs. That couldn't be further from the truth.
The environmentalist and anti-vaccine activist talks about his presidential run and whether he'd jail climate change skeptics.
Joe Biden's big economic speech is a poor attempt at a branding exercise.