President-elect Trump says he's uniquely qualified to "drain the swamp" in Washington, D.C. He can do it, he said at one debate, because as a businessman, he understands American cronyism. "With Hillary Clinton, I said, 'Be at my wedding,' and she came to my wedding. You know why? She had no choice because I gave."
Tomorrow, as you celebrate the meal the Pilgrims ate with Indians, pause a moment to thank private property.
The presidency isn't the only choice next week. There are more issues than "Who's worse, Trump or Clinton?"
America is often described as a society without the Old World's aristocracy. Yet we still have people who feel entitled to boss the rest of us around. The "elite" media, the political class, Hollywood and university professors think their opinions are obviously correct, so they must educate us peasants.
Hillary Clinton is a manipulative, power-mad liar.
This may be a particularly bad time to write an update on the House. But we’re going to do so anyway, if only to explain why that is.
Catch politicians in private moments and you might hear what they really believe: Donald Trump "can do anything" to women because he's powerful. Hillary Clinton's "private" positions aren't the same as her "public" ones.
Asked on a TV show to name a foreign leader he admires, Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gov. Gary Johnson choked. He couldn't produce a name. He said he had "a brain freeze." The media pounced.
Something's wrong with me.
I watched Monday's presidential debate. But what I heard was different from what Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton seemed to say.
Hillary Clinton and her fellow progressives shout things like "Health care is a right!" They've also said that education, decent housing and child care are "rights."