History tells us, as did the founders of our country, that the path to corruption is giving politicians more power.
Warren thinks she's God, and a shockingly high number of Americans seem ready to line up and worship her.
Republicans should wake up to the fact that very good economic news that positively impacts all Americans does not seem to be moving black and Hispanics voters to a more positive attitude toward President Trump.
Bloomberg boasts of having reduced the "carbon footprint" of New York City while he was mayor from 2002 to 2013. But New York City also has a well-deserved reputation as the nation's abortion capital.
King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech was less a political speech than a pastor's sermon.
Donald Trump understood that given what is happening in America today, the agenda must be disruption, not change.
If the political stage is polarized, it is because the nation is polarized.
The Second Amendment, as Sen. Harris should know, is not primarily about going hunting.
Attacking the messenger, rather than discussing the message, is a well-established tactic of those whose aspiration is political power rather than seeking truth.
Their dysfunction comes from too much government, not too little.