President Donald Trump's low approval ratings prove almost nothing, notes Bill Moloney, since some of his predecessors rebounded from similar lows while others fell from lofty highs.
Oddly detached as a media-progressive lynch mob goes after President Donald Trump, Republicans and conservatives better make some noise if they want to avert a coup.
Never mind trying to fit President Donald Trump's first 100 days into a tyrannical Napoleon mold. Much better is a whimsical Jules Verne mold for his first 80 days, the adventurer outwitting adversity.
Richard Nixon’s resignation under threat of impeachment, 42 years ago this week, can teach us enduring lessons about ethics, politics, and the presidency, as I reflected in a TV news interview the other day. Its relevance echoes in 2016 as...
Buckle up, America. We’ll soon have to choose between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as chief executive of our government and leader of the free world. A third choice is less likely than a comet hitting you. What to do?