It is tough to find a modern presidency that has collapsed as swiftly as this one.
NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I t didn’t have to be this way.
If he had wanted to, President Biden could have fulfilled the promises that he made during his campaign and set himself and his party up for a successful 2022. He could have ignored the hollow passions of Twitter and cable TV, lowered the temperatures that so mar our quotidian politics, and delivered the quiet, limited, competent leadership that he promised during his inconspicuous run for the office. Recognizing that his party enjoyed only the barest of congressional majorities, he could have scaled back his lofty ambitions and ensured that his own focus and the focus …
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It is true that some of the disorder of the past few years has had a distinctly political character. But January 6 remains in a class of its own.
‘Where does it stop? Democrats add three seats; Republicans add four more. Pretty soon you have a 100-person unelected third-chamber of the legislature.’
The side that ‘yells loudest’ is the side demanding that Roe and Casey be upheld.
Anonymous former staffers are trashing the vice president’s management style.
Nearly half the states have civilian military forces, and the president controls a military with nukes. But it’s Florida, so its force must by definition be terrifying.
Jussie Smollett’s hate-hoax fairy tale did expose how gullible Americans can be when you yell ‘racism.’