"Fourth Estate" most commonly refers to the news media, especially print journalism or "the press". Will President-Elect, and President Donald Trump tell them to go jump?
The rise of Donald J. Trump who touts himself as a “Law and Order” candidate partly may be laid at the feet of the likes of James Comey and Hillary Clinton.
Trump is kind of a wild man in some ways, but he hasn’t spent the last 30 years in Washington drinking the Kool-Aid.
The election isn't about what they've said, but about what the candidates will do in the White House. It's not about character, but policy. It's about you.
The Drudge Report had it about right with this headline: “Trump Versus the World.” And like any survivor—including Hillary Clinton—Trump refused to give up.
Clinton's dream is open borders and Wall Street cash; Trump's dream is a warm, firm and compliant piece of—well, you know. This election is America's nightmare.
The millennial generation, raised on a steady diet of sound bites, must be approached in new ways, ways often beyond the ken of older politicians.
The Obama Labor Department has accused a data analytics and security firm of discrimination against Asians. Observers consider the suit frivolous. It's also dangerous.
LBJ spread a smear about a rival, saying, "Of course it ain't true, but I want to make the son-of-a-bitch deny it." The Democrats have learned that lesson well.
One man is seeking a better future for his country, while the other is trafficking in the very worst impulses ingrained in pop culture.
Abraham Lincoln warned that when people’s opinions decide the law, they would destroy this nation and destroy the government that was set up to allow freedom for all.
High powered actors - Jeff Bridge, Chris Pine, Ben Foster and Gil Birmingham - make "Hell or High Water" the must-see indie film you may have missed. See it.
Golda Meir and Margaret Thatcher were divisive but powerful women of high integrity who put country first. Hillary Clinton has the divisive part down cold.
One football player decides to sit down to protest. Twenty-Five professional athletes stand up to help. Let's focus on them for a moment.
The University of Chicago and our candidates with their bold speech, have struck a blow for freedom of speech, starting what some would say is a long overdue reversal in the previously relentless advance of political correctness.
Thomas Jefferson said “The most sacred of the duties of government [is] to do equal and impartial justice to all its citizens.” Are our Attorney Generals failing?
President Obama is solidly with Raul and Fidel Castro and the Holy Father: All look the other way as individuals lose their freedoms.
Politics have been sham and pretense for far too long. And many in fly-over country would like it to stop.
Conspiracy theorists dive deeply and cynically into a House of Cards scenario following Bill Clinton's impromptu tarmac tete a tete with Attorney General Lynch.
Ayn Rand understood that before one can help others, one must first help oneself and those closest. Take a look at Trumps family and business. And ask if you want him to take care of our business.