While Biden devotes his entire campaign to litigating the issue of who to blame for the virus and the 200,000 American deaths, Trump should transcend him and say that the blame game is not going to move this country forward. Elections should be about the future, not a chance to get even for the past.
The stakes in the decision on whether and when to confirm President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court are nothing less than the presidency of the United States.
The Democratic Convention opened the door for the Trump campaign to run on a central theme: belief in America.
The dour pessimism which oozed from every orifice at the convention sets up a beautiful contrast between the two candidates and their parties: optimism v. pessimism; belief in America v. doubt about America.
It is time to shut down the campus parties.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in our nation’s universities and colleges has soared to 27,000 with 64 deaths as campuses reopen for the fall.
The most recent Ipsos-ABC poll reveals an important fact about the upcoming election: The selection of Kamala Harris as Biden’s vice-presidential candidate is a big mistake that could cost him the election.