Trump governed as he said he would. Biden has not. In 2024, both will be running on their records.
As outraged as some people are by the attacks on traditional nostrums by those who count themselves among the woke, there aren't enough of them to win.
For years, too many in Congress were afraid of any serious effort to reform entitlement programs.
Voters cite inflation, the state of the economy, and the rise in violent crime as the reasons they intend to vote.
The media's obsession with Trump, the candidates he's endorsed and whether or not they're winning primaries is only a small part of the story.
The GOP leadership needs to reflect on how long it can go before it must posit substantive alternatives to the Democrats' radicalism.
As social media sites have grown in importance and market cap to become "Big Tech," the public deserves a fuller understanding of whether and how they have sacrificed their noble free speech principles.