The think tank is ostensibly dedicated to fusing conservatism with the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Why is it flirting with alt-right authoritarianism?
The corrupting logic that the public moralist embraced to justify his endorsement of an immoral man.
Movement conservatives must choose: a GOP victory that empowers the most racist faction on the right or a GOP loss that diminishes it.
A documentary film-maker was disinvited from an academic conference because an organizer feared she would be subject to ideologically motivated reprisals for hosting him.
Dean of Students John Ellison gets an A for initiative, a B-minus for execution, and extra-credit for stoking a useful debate.
The talk-radio host claims that he never took Donald Trump seriously on immigration. He neglected to tell his immigration obsessed listeners.
The Republican candidate has promised to address the subject Wednesday in Arizona, where he expects a huge crowd. What he’ll tell them is a mystery.
Hundreds of thousands were watched from above at the behest of the local police department. And the program operated for months in secret.
Donald Trump’s campaign manager wants to destroy the left. And the GOP nominee is just the most recent vessel of convenience in his consequences-be-damned crusade.
If Trump loses, his consolation prize may be a whole new right wing media juggernaut.
The talk-radio host’s unintentionally dissonant diagnosis of what threatens America.
Seeing the Republican nominee’s prolific mendacity in a new light.
It’s the latest example of a campaign that indulges in its most destructive and self-destructive impulses.
The negative press the Republican nominee is receiving is mostly his own fault.
Yet even some conservatives who’ve had the billionaire lie to their faces trust his pledge to nominate originalist judges to the Supreme Court.
Chancellor Linda Katehi, who wasted hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to minimize the incident, has been forced to resign. But the public will keep paying her lavishly.
This fantastic nonfiction from 2015 is still worth discovering and pondering today.
Supreme Court appointments are not a persuasive reason for conservatives to back the billionaire.
If the GOP becomes a party of white identity politics, it would hurt both the principled right and the “Bernie-or-Bust” left.
The surrogate illustrates the difficulty of campaigning for the Republican nominee without publicly disgracing oneself.