Donald Trump

Can Trump turn it around?

Niall Stanage, The Hill

Republicans are divided about how Donald Trump can dig himself out of the hole that his campaign is in, but they agree on one point: the first step is admitting he has a problem. GOP insiders fear that Trump, whose yearlong run for the presidency has been fueled by sheer force of personality, has not grasped the depth of the challenges he now faces.

Donald Trump Should Thank Ted Cruz For This Speech

We think every American should read or hear this speech by Ted Cruz and Trump’s speech on Muslim terrorism from earlier this week. Their mutual understanding of how to fight and win the war Islam has declared on America and the West revives our faint hope that Trump and Cruz might find a way to work together in the campaign against Hillary Clinton.

For Never Trump, What Follows the French Mistake?

Deroy Murdock, Townhall

Now that the French mistake has gone nowhere, it’s time for Team Never Trump to abandon the launch pad and halt the search for another quixotic projectile that will demolish conservatism in a misguided effort to rescue it.

Heed Trump's Warning

Rich Lowry, Politico Magazine

The immigration debate is so encrusted with clichés, unexamined pieties and politically correct virtue-signaling that any suggestion that we reduce the number or the composition of the current immigrant flow is taken as an attempt to kneecap the Statue of Liberty.

Obama and Ryan Want to Fight You, Not Muslim Terrorists

Many have commented on the folly of the Obama "countering violent extremism" strategy. But there’s an even more sinister element to the refusal by Capitol Hill Republicans to use the power of the purse to correct this negligent and wasteful strategy: through its so-called community partners, the program actually ends up funding individuals and organizations that sympathize with and cover for the terrorists.

Obama Is More Upset At Donald Trump Than He Is At ISIS!

Jay Caruso, RedState

In the wake of that carnage, the President of the United States is more upset about the lack of gun control and the fact that he gets called out for not using the phrase, "radical Islamic terrorism" than he is about ISIS.

Dear Washington Post: Get Over Yourself

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

Whether or not you can support Trump, it's glaringly obvious that in this year of the presidential election, the Washington Post is out to destroy him. If Trump were any other Republican, it would be the same. The Post self-righteously presents itself as democracy's handmaiden.

Obama-Trump feud gets personal

Jordan Fabian, The Hill

Obama's Tuesday’s criticism was more cutting than most, arriving just over 48 hours after the deadliest mass shooting in American history — and just one day after Trump blamed immigration for the assault and said the president might sympathize with terrorists.

The Leftwing Media's Top Issues for 2016: Gun Control and Hiding the Truth About Islam

Gun control is the one political issue that conveniently brings together Islamists and Leftwing statists, like Hillary Clinton, because what they both want is more unarmed victims who are incapable of defending constitutional liberty and standing in the way of their totalitarian vision for the future.

Trump: Obama lacks 'competitive zeal' to fight ISIS

Jesse Byrnes, The Hill

Donald Trump shows no signs that he will stop questioning President Obama's commitment to fighting Islamic militants in the wake of the deadly attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla. "I can't define it. I mean, nobody knows what's going on, nobody knows why he doesn't have more anger, why he doesn't more competitive zeal," Trump said Monday night on Fox News's "The O'Reilly Factor."

The Trump Speech On Muslim Terrorism Every American Should Hear

If you are still on the fence about voting for Donald Trump I suggest you read his speech on the Orlando Islamist terror attack and then ask yourself, for all his foibles, who is more credible, focused and trustworthy on winning the war Islam has declared on America, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

Presidential Horse Race 2016: #NeverTrump completes the journey to Neverland

Even after the Orlando Islamic terrorist attack, the #NeverTrump movement is insisting on finding a new candidate. Plus, Instead of supporting Trump’s position, the establishment hits The Donald after Orlando; Marco Rubio’s continued denials concerning running for reelection means he’s closer than ever to saying “yes”, and, Trump points fingers at Obama, Hillary and political correctness in anti-terror speech.

Republicans Really Are Losers

Michael Giere, The Bull Elephant

I’m an ‘ol Reagan conservative (with real credentials and a pedigree going back four decades, unlike most the so-called conservative critics of Trump), and The Donald was not my first choice; but now I’ll stand on these barricades with him all day long. He is now the leader.

What If The Early Christians Had Been #NeverConstantine?

The history of the early church is filled with instances in which non-Christian secular leaders were converted by missionaries or chose the Church spontaneously – perhaps the best and most famous example being the conversion of the Roman Emperor Constantine, the first Christian Emperor. And Constantine's story has a lot to tell us about this year's Republican presidential campaign.

Orlando Massacre: Muslim Kills Gays To Enforce Shariah In America

Omar Mateen’s attack on the Pulse nightclub during Gay Pride Week was a “twofer” for any observant Muslim; first, he was able to enforce Shariah by killing unbelievers who were homosexuals; second, he was able to follow Islamic State emir Abu Mohammed al-Adnani’s admonition to sow terror in the American heartland.

Why Trump Must Not Apologize

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

Trump’s rebellion is not only against the Republican elite but against the establishment’s claim to define what is right and wrong, true and false, acceptable and unacceptable, in this republic.