Why is Donald Trump planning to give away $700 billion — that’s billion, with a “b” — to foreigners, no strings attached? You probably didn’t know that he’s planning to do this. In fact, he himself almost
Trump’s opponents are bitterly split. You can’t understand US politics today unless you understand the rift between liberals and leftwingers. By Pete Davis It has been almost a year since the catastrophic
Was the white-nationalist march better understood as a departure from America’s traditional values, or viewed in the context of its history? Broad swaths of the American public repudiated the white nationalists
Jared Taylor was not in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday. But Taylor, one of the leading voices for white rights in the country, says it was clear what really happened at that rally. "Anyone who wishes
The president used a narrow condemnation of neo-Nazis to mount a defense of the politics of white resentment. President Trump’s short press conference Tuesday afternoon was remarkable for seeming cogent.
On 20 May 2010, a police officer pulled over a white Ohio minivan on Interstate 40, near West Memphis, Arkansas. Unbeknown to officer Bill Evans, the occupants of the car, Jerry Kane Jr, and his teenage
Elections Big Data revolutionized the way American politicians win elections. In the process, it broke American politics. Polarization is no longer just polluting the system — it’s paralyzing it. The divide
If Trump prevails in these fights, he could do more than simply enact his agenda; he could alter aspects of our political culture in ways that will be difficult to reverse. American presidents can come
It is axiomatic that if someone is sufficiently eager to disbelieve something, there is no Everest of evidence too large to be ignored. This explains today’s revival of protectionism, which is a plan make
The change he's referring to could have a big effect on mortgage interest deductions — a driver of the housing market — and weaken an incentive for charitable giving. Key features of Trump's plan could
The polls were wrong, and now Donald Trump is the president-elect of the United States. Everyone knows this. Except that's not the whole picture. Some of the polls were wrong to a degree, yes, but there
The accomplishments of the first black president will be erased by a man who rose to power on the slander that Barack Obama was not born in America. Between 1870 and 1901, there were 20 black representatives
Seventy-one percent of Latino voters supported Clinton over Trump, which is on par with Obama’s 2012 support, and she was favored among Latinos by a 30-point margin in Florida. Meanwhile, August polling
As Hillary Clinton's once-commanding lead in the polls collapses, Democrats are panicking at the possibility that Donald Trump actually could be elected president of the United States. They can relax.
He used to be a target for right-wing conspiracists. Now he’s one of their heroes. The 2016 election is a bizarre political circus. So it’s fitting, in a way, that one of Donald Trump’s invited guests
A candidate who accepted the nomination to chants of “Lock her up!” crosses a dangerous line. “If I win,” Donald Trump threatened Hillary Clinton during Sunday night’s debate, “I am going to instruct attorney
Even in New York, ‘America’s Mayor’ was always a lot more like Trump than people realized. Now we're seeing it on a national stage. All summer long, Rudy Giuliani has acted as if he’s in a contest with
For several years now, two colleagues and I have been interviewing white working-class voters in the Midwest about their political beliefs. Our interviews suggest a strategy for defeating Donald Trump.
Former agents blast writer Gary Byrne for having 'underlying motives.' The author of a new tell-all book about Hillary Clinton could never have seen any of what he claims — he was too low-ranking — say
I’ve investigated Hillary and know she likes a ‘zone of privacy’ around her. This lack of transparency, rather than any actual corruption, is her greatest flaw It’s impossible to miss the “Hillary for