Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez called President Trump a liar and suggested he "rigged" the election. Perez's win is considered a victory for the establishment wing of the party.
Post-modern progressives, contrary to popular belief, are not irreligious. They worship at the altar of government power, lifting the chalice of "diversity" and eating the bread of "tolerance."
The panel also discussed why environmentalists support polices which harm the very people the rest of the progressive movement wants to protect and how they use the government to pursue their agenda.
At CPAC, conservatives are energized, united and excited about supporting President Trump and his vision for America. They might not agree with every aspect of his agenda, but they recognize his efforts in pushing some major conservative initiatives.
Members of the intelligence community now have acquired so much data on everyone in America that they can selectively reveal it to reward their friends and harm their foes. This is not the government the Framers gave us.
A two-track, two-policy foreign policy is risky and has the potential to go totally off the rails. But the experience of the first month suggests that the combination of radical rhetoric and conventional policy may induce better behavior both in friend and foe.
Capitol Hill is dependent on Trump, not just to sign bills, but to lead. Republicans don't need him merely to be president; they need him to be a good president, which means that in his busy days he must find a little time for Congress.
Comparing everything to 1932 is now a part of our national discourse. These equivalences belittle the memory of millions who died in unimaginably horrifying ways. Stop commandeering history for short-term political gain and come up with a better analogy.
Congressional Republicans are happy to ignore the balance of powers, ignore written law, even to relinquish their own constitutional authority and let the courts run our foreign policy, just to be a part of the establishment's STOP TRUMP movement.