The broadcaster traded in bigotry and humor, homophobia and entertainment–for the purpose of building a conservative movement. But like Trump, he could only harness grievance.
Tag: National Review
Republicans are tying themselves in knots to defend the president’s latest gambit.
The National Review fancies itself an intellectual salon, but it has no intellectual standards.
Only by taking away his committee assignments and excluding him from caucus meetings can the GOP disassociate itself from Steve King.
They’re more aroused by destroying lives than Donald Trump was by Stormy Daniels.
The Republican Party is fully and unapologetically committed to the defense of coal, oil and natural gas at all costs.
It may seen counterintuitive, but it’s possible that Trump’s reelection depends on the GOP losing control of Congress.
There was no way for the FBI to perform their basic counterintelligence responsibilities without following leads into the Trump campaign.
It might as well not even exist in their minds. Let’s say that somehow, someway, The Tape hit the Internet. Explicit footage of Donald Trump in a Moscow hotel room in the fall of 2013, whooping it up as Russian escorts got their freak on in a most unsanitary manner. Imagine seeing Trump, the leader… Read more »
I didn’t think the Fox News Channel could give us anything funnier than Laura Ingraham’s desperate attempts to garner ratings by insulting LeBron James, but the news that Fox has given another unlistenable wingnut radio host, Mark Levin, his own show—which begins tonight—is more hilarious than Redd Foxx in his prime: As previously announced, the… Read more »