Queue 'Headlines'

  • Patrick J. Buchanan, BernardGoldberg.com

    The establishment is horrified at the Donald’s defiance because, deep within its soul, it fears that the people for whom Trump speaks no longer accept its political legitimacy or moral authority. It may rule and run the country, and may rig the system through mass immigration and a mammoth welfare state so that Middle America is never again able to elect one of its own. But that establishment, disconnected from the people it rules, senses, rightly, that it is unloved and even detested.

  • Daniel J. Flynn, The American Spectator

    When the guys in the striped shirts drop their whistles to push the ball over the goal line, the star player on the opposing team, and his fans in the stands, might just yell “rigged.” And the malefactors might just blame anyone — even the Russians — for their own misdeeds.

  • Laura Ingraham, Lifezette

    In light of these facts, it is not surprising that the vast majority of pro-life voters — including Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, and Rick Santorum — are all supporting the Trump campaign. If he wins, pro-lifers will celebrate, and the unborn will have a better chance of survival. If he loses, NARAL and its allies will celebrate, and the abortion industry will thrive.

  • Kelly Riddell, Washington Times

    A fair, balanced, and independent Justice Department. Neutral diplomats, who serve the public over politics, at the State Department. An unbiased, honest, mainstream media. These are just some of our core Democratic values that have eroded under Barack Obama’s presidency, and will continue to decay under Hillary Clinton’s watch.

  • Editors, Washington Examiner

    By expanding Medicare, Obamacare got more people insured. But the president's experiment manipulating private insurance markets has created no net benefit and is headed for disaster unless enrollment miraculously skyrockets.

  • Jonathan Swan, The Hill

    Donald Trump finally ramped up his campaign spending in September after more than a year of living largely off the land on social media and cable TV. The GOP nominee raised $54.7 million and spent more than $70 million through the month of September – a vast increase on any previous month. He began October with $34.8 million in the bank.

  • Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

    The Clinton campaign coordinated with Nevada Sen. Harry Reid to use The New York Times to smear the State Department’s deputy inspector general as State’s internal watchdog was investigating Clinton aide Huma Abedin, The Daily Caller can report. The scheme is revealed in a series of emails hacked from the Gmail account of Clinton campaign manager John Podesta.

  • George Neumayr, The American Spectator

    Hillary’s tactic of trying to bait Trump — saying that “he choked” and he called a beauty contestant an “eating machine” — didn’t work as well in this debate as in previous ones. When not clearing out her cupboard of opposition research on him, she was throwing red meat to the special interests of the Democratic Party, promising “free tuition,” LGBT-friendly justices, amnesty, and class warfare.

  • John Gizzi, Newsmax

    National conservative leaders who spoke to Newmax after the final presidential debate Wednesday night clearly disagreed among themselves on just how serious was the damage Donald Trump experienced from his controversial statement about accepting the election's outcome.

  • David Franke, The American Conservative

    So what if Trump wins the popular vote but Clinton wins the presidency in the Electoral College? I see that as a possible national disaster, especially since nobody understands the Electoral College anyway. The electorate on both sides is already more partisan and heated than I can remember since 1964, and Trump will not accept defeat as gently as Al Gore did in 2000.  The results of having two presidential winners—one by popular vote, the other in the Electoral College—could be scary.

  • Bre Payton, The Federalist

    As John Gibbs wrote, voter fraud is very much a real thing. According to a 2012 Pew Charitable Trust report, roughly 18 million voter registrations are either “significantly inaccurate” or invalid — enough to tip an election. Yet somehow when Donald Trump echoes the concerns about election integrity many Americans have had for years, it’s totally insane. I guess election-rigging only matters when Democrats lose.

  • Lisa Hagen, The Hill

    The Indiana governor said he and Trump will continue to fight for "more balanced coverage" and make sure voters are respecting the electoral process. Pence says he's "confident" they'll accept the results if the process is "fair."

  • Philip Wegmann, Washington Examiner

    While the D.C. City Council did cite "reducing the potentiality" of gun-related accidents as a chief motivation for the firearm ban, accidental gun fatalities in the District were rare at that time according to D.C.'s Department of Human Resources.

  • Christian Datoc, Daily Caller

    “What the District of Columbia was trying to do was protect toddlers from guns,” she elaborated. “They wanted people with guns to safely store them, and the court didn’t accept that reasonable regulation, but they’ve accepted many other, and I see no conflict between saving people’s lives and defending the Second Amendment.”

  • David Ferguson, The American Spectator

    As we reach the end of a long and contentious presidential election season, faith in government is approaching an all-time low. Far from being seen as servants of the people, many Americans now see government not as the keepers of justice and peace, but as a corrupt entity.