What now for the Republican Party? How does the party pick up the pieces, regroup, refocus and advance forward once again?
Republican favorability has even increased among women -- 40 percent now compared to 35 percent last September.
The NAACP's own polling shows black approval for President Trump at 21 percent, more than three times higher than the percentage of blacks that voted for him in 2016.
More jobs and opportunity is the "nothingburger" that is now being served up to millions of Americans.
Black voting behavior has far reaching implications, as America changes demographically into a country less and less white.
Everyone should understand the moral and fiscal bankruptcy to which the liberal secular state is taking us.
Obamacare did not change the basic structure of health care -- it built on realities that have been in place for years and are still in place.
A leader in a diverse country is to keep things going in generally the right direction -- compromise is always part of the game.
The culture wars that Thiel calls "fake" were not fake to Reagan.
Republicans have not stood ground and provided a real conservative alternative to the party of the left.