Opponents of President-elect Donald Trump's have accused him of "inspiring violence" and bringing out the worst in people. Wrong. The active and passive sponsors of left-wing political mayhem are the ones guilty of enabling it over the past quarter-century.
Do most Americans believe that Donald Trump is a vicious racist, an illegitimate president who must be treated with scorn and disdain? Of course not. Yet the left continues to double down on fiction instead of banking on fact.
The controversy over the nomination of Betsy DeVos as secretary of education has been, if nothing else, clarifying. We now know that working to give poor kids more educational opportunities is considered a disqualifying offense for the left.
It is hard to know what to make of the latest dump of information related to Russia and President-elect Donald Trump.
Even before Trump is inaugurated, resistance movements are organizing protests to ensure the new president's failure. Critics should save their firepower for times when the new president's actions truly merit organized protest.
From the Middle East to Russia to Asia, President Barack Obama's foreign policy has left the U.S. in a weaker position than when he took office, analysts say.