Democrats and journalists—to the extent that there is a meaningful difference—can't stop coming up with nicknames for Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) that make the Senate Majority Leader sound like a total badass, which he is.
American voters must choose between two sharply divergent visions for the future. Option A is freedom and prosperity, as embodied by the historically successful incumbent president, Donald J. Trump. Option B is the apocalyptic nightmare that would descend upon the American heartland in the unlikely event that any of the remaining Democratic candidates is elected.
President Donald Trump's reelection efforts in 2020 and beyond received a significant boost Tuesday with the announcement of the Lincoln Project, a new anti-Trump super PAC started by a group of failed Republican strategists and George Conway, a spouse of middling renown.
The latest entry in the post-Trump conservatism sweepstakes was Marco Rubio's speech at the Catholic University of America in early November. The Florida senator made the case for a "common-good capitalism" that looks on markets in the light of Catholic social thought. "We must remember that our nation does not exist to serve the interests of the market," he said. "The market exists to serve our nation."
Former Governor John Kasich (R., Ohio), a legendary asshole even by modern political standards, said Friday that he has been pushed "across the Rubicon," and now thinks President Donald Trump should be impeached.
The American people may finally get a presidential candidate worthy of the Oval Office. Lincoln Chafee, the former governor and U.S. Senator from Rhode Island, is reportedly open to running for president in 2020 on the Libertarian Party ticket.
Ron Weiser, a philanthropist and former ambassador who assisted the RNC in raising funds for President Trump, was named the Republican State Leadership Committee's national finance chairman on Tuesday.