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Trump Impeachment DOA in Senate
David Catron, The American Spectator
The smartest move for the Democrats would be for the Senate to quickly dismiss the House’s impeachment article. They desperately want to banish Trump, but will achieve precisely the opposite if they make a martyr of him. They won’t be able to convict him and can’t bar him from holding future office. Impeachment will be dead on arrival in the Senate, but Trump will be back above the fold. That’s exactly where he wants to be, battling the swamp creatures as his 74 million loyal supporters cheer him on.

The River of Forgetfulness
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
The desire to wash all memory away was the secret, after all, to Joe Biden’s virtual candidacy. The implicit promise was always just to vote for nothingness and then all the acrimony, all the rioting, all the fires and looting, all the media craziness, all the cancel culture, all the Twitter wars, all the hysteria would simply vanish—and a new, undefined but far better world would take its place. And then at last you too could forget the past, and thereby come to love what you’ve become in the present.

It’s time to stand up against the muzzling of America
Sen. Josh Hawley, New York Post
The cancel culture agenda will only succeed if we let it. We need live in fear only if we choose to say nothing. In this time of testing, conservatives must not shrink back. We need to stand up for the right of every American to be heard. We need to stand up for the basic principles that join all Americans together — the right to speak freely, to debate openly, and to address our differences graciously without fear of being silenced or punished for dissenting views. I for one am not going to back down.

Should the Republican Party Exist Anymore?
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
I think Trump is seriously questioning what to do, which way to go, just as many of us are. The two-party system has become dysfunctional. The problem with starting a new party—such as the Patriot Party—is building an infrastructure that could compete with the existing behemoths in this giant land. Ambassador Ric Grenell, a man I respect greatly and who is quite close to Trump, believes a severe rectification of the Republican Party is the better route and that Trump will ultimately choose that.

CNN Outright Lies About Trump's Vaccine Plans
Tim Graham, CNS News
Trump is easily portrayed as saying any strategy he unveiled was the best strategy ever. The CNN/Biden approach is the exact opposite, a wild and boastful exaggeration that there was zero planning. You could argue Trump's plans were insufficient. But that wasn't enough: They had to lie for effect. To liberals, Science and Competence arrived on Inauguration Day, and every good thing that happens from now on is to Biden's credit. CNN reserves the right to keep blaming post-inauguration deaths on the Trump people.

Agree with liberals, or you're racist, xenophobic and dangerous
Robert Knight, Washington Times
Words take on new meanings. He is now she. Patriotism is now “White supremacy.” Orwell’s dystopic novel “1984,” which used to sound farfetched, reads like tomorrow’s news. “Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book has been rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street renamed, every date has been altered... And that process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.”

Biden's America: One Nation or Us Versus Them?
Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS NewsIf we are to do battle against the liars, why did Biden declare a minute later: "We must end this uncivil war." It was said of Warren Harding's inaugural address that it was "an army of pompous phrases marching across the landscape in search of an idea." Biden's inaugural was the most confusing, contradictory and incoherent ever delivered from the steps of the Capitol, reflective of the mind of its author and the state of the Union he now leads. Good luck, Mr. President. You will need it, and so will we.

Joe Biden’s far-left ‘unity’ will divide us
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
As Mitchell famously said about Nixon’s White House, “Watch what we do, not what we say.” Applying that standard to Biden, we should ignore the unity talk because everything he has done leans far left. Again, he’s entitled — elections have consequences. But knitting together a fractured America around a far-left agenda was never going to work. And Biden knows it. It’s really a disguised call to the factions in his own party to stick together, to give him a chance. I’ll keep you all happy, he’s saying, just watch.

The RINOs Never Learn
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
If the neighbor on your right just buried a son killed in Wherethehellistan, and the one on the left just saw his job shipped off to Szechuan, and your kid just came home with a school survey asking whether his/her gender identity is “binary, nonbinary, asexual, pansexual, omnisexual, Bulwark staffer, genderfreak, genderbroke, two-spirit, three-spirit, or all of the above,” maybe we need pols who stand up instead of lie down. Empty rhetoric will not launch the counterattack we want and need in 2021.

Let the Senate’s Show Trial Begin
Julie Kelly, American Greatness
A Senate trial, unfortunately, is now the only way to hold accountable the Democrats and their media mouthpieces for initiating this dangerous path. And it’s the only way to exonerate President Trump and his supporters; the president’s term ended under a cloud of undue shame, lawmakers who pushed for an audit of the election that day are considered traitors even by their colleagues, and regular Americans are being harassed, doxxed, and fired for merely attending the protest even if they committed no crime.

President Biden’s False Promise of Unity
Doug Bandow, The American Spectator
A true debate will highlight our differences. Biden’s election was a great disappointment to Red America, including many people who believed they had to vote against Trump despite Biden’s shortcomings. But forthcoming political battles need not tear us apart. Both sides have a stake in a united America even as they fight with passion and skill over issues that will define our future. This should be the kind of unity affirmed by President Biden’s supporters and opponents alike in coming months and years.

Biden won’t stop them, and neither will cops, until Portland is burned down
Andy Ngo, New York Post
The planned political violence in Seattle and Portland should have generated front-page headlines. The state headquarters of a governing political party was severely vandalized in broad daylight. But because the attackers espoused the right politics from the left, they are conveniently ignored by mainstream media and politicians. Some believe Antifa would fade away. They’re wrong. With the convenient excuse of resisting “Donald Trump’s fascist regime” no longer applicable, Antifa are just getting started.

Democracy Dies in Drivel
George Neumayr, The American Spectator
If Joe Biden and his fellow Democrats get their way, America will resemble the crumbling city of man St. Augustine decried and that the founding fathers had no intention of building. Talk of America’s rich “traditions,” on abundant display Wednesday, rings very hollow from members of a ruling class that seek to tear them up. In Biden, they have found their man, whose administration will usher in not a renewal of American democracy but a shocking erosion of it under an increasingly tyrannical liberalism.

Trump terrorizes the swamp: 'We will be back...'
Charles Hurt, Washington Times
This fake impeachment — just like the last fake impeachment — has nothing to do with removing a supposedly dangerous man from office. Never before have they feared Mr. Trump more than they do right now. They fear him and his return so much that, instead of addressing any of the real problems facing the country today, they would rather pursue another fake impeachment trial to bar his supporters from ever electing him again to any federal office. “We will be back,” Mr. Trump said. Yet it’s like he never left.

An Inauguration in the United States of North Korea
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
For the inauguration, we had 20,000 to 25,000 troops. The attendance estimates at the inaugural were around 2,000, less than many high school basketball games draw. What was the purpose then of all this saber-rattling on a day that was supposed to be a celebration of the peaceful transfer of power in a democratic republic, other than an ominous show of force, a reminder to the masses that “stability” had returned and you had better accept it? The Uniparty was back or, as they would put it in N. Korea, Juche!

Thoughts on the 1776 Commission and Its Report
Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
Civic education and American history should not ignore or contextualize past national shortcomings. The commission may be short-lived, given that it was born in the chaos of the divisive present. Any fair critic can see that the report’s unifying message is that we are a people blessed with a singular government and history, that self-critique and moral improvement are innate to the American founding and spirit, and that America never had to be perfect to be both good and far better than the alternatives.

It's Time to Amend Laws Shielding Big Tech
Star Parker, CNS News
We must recognize that our nation's most precious commodity, our freedom to speak, to act and to assemble, is seriously being threatened. Because those controlling these technology companies disproportionately have political sympathies to the left, it is the freedom of conservatives that is most seriously under siege. Many are now concerned. The Communications Decency Act could be amended such that speech on technology platforms receives the same protections as all speech protected by the First Amendment.

After Violence at the Capitol, Congress Must Ensure Election Integrity
Sen. Rick Scott, Newsweek
My vote objecting to Pennsylvania's process wasn't about the 2020 election. It would not have changed the outcome. My vote was about elections to come, in 2022, 2024 and beyond, and seeing that they are conducted fairly. We have to repair the mess at the polls in 2020 if we are to restore Americans' trust in our elections process. How can either the House or Senate fix our electoral problems unless we are willing to examine them? That is why I introduced an important piece of legislation, the VOTER Act.

The Barbed-Wire Curtain Descends
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
What undergirds it all is contempt. Reeking, rock-solid, blazingly hot contempt for the American people. None of it will produce unity. None of it is intended to. These people demand obedience, not unity. And they demand it blind — and unearned. Or else. The people who control Biden are busy working to lock up dissidents in every way they can — politically, financially, technologically, and maybe even literally. The barbed-wire curtain they’ve built in the capital city and online is only the beginning.

Mitch McConnell’s betrayal hurts the nation
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
For Senate Republicans, voting to convict Trump and ban him from elective office is foolish and unnecessary. It’s not obvious his voters would stick with a party that consigned him to political purgatory, or what would remain of the GOP base if the America First movement bolted. The case of Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) is a good example. The No. 3 leader in the House, she was one of only 10 House Republicans to vote for impeachment, and the immediate blowback in her home state of Wyoming has been fierce.

Stabbing Hector’s Corpse
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
These frenzied efforts to mutilate the political corpse of Trump are reviving him. Banning Trump from his often self-destructive Twitter addiction, smearing his supporters as racists, and bulldozing through a far-Left agenda will only ensure Trump a ninth life. Americans hate one thing more than a sore loser, and that is an arrogant, vindictive—and bullying—winner. If Trump's enemies continue to be loud, petty, vengeful, and extremist, then the public will very soon make the necessary adjustments.

Putting 'unity' ahead of concrete policy
Tammy Bruce, Washington Times
The Democrats's actions are not just the opposite of unity, it invites civil division. The premise itself is obscene and directly contradicts the messaging of wanting unity. No one, with the exception of the political “elite” whose contempt for the normals only grew after the election of Mr. Trump, voted for or want a totalitarian crackdown aimed at half the country. It’s time to work to genuinely bring Americans together to condemn this shameful effort at destroying people with whom you disagree.

Get Ready for More Obama-Era Green Energy Scams
Steven Moore, The Epoch Times
Renewable energy scams (such as Crescent Dunes) remind us that “public-private” projects rarely produce much electric power, and they don’t save the planet from climate change. But they do make millionaires out of lobbyists and fraudsters. My friends at the Heritage Foundation have counted 25 separate green energy projects, each with multimillion-dollar taxpayer losses like those from the Obama era. My advice to the Biden team is the old saying: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.

Beware Those Hysterical Historians
Tim Graham, CNS News
Liberals love to insist they're on the "right side of history," and their confidence crests in the liberal dominance among historians. Just as the liberal media dominate our evaluation of day-to-day developments, liberals count on their historians to dominate our evaluation of the decades behind us. The Post assembles history like the Democratic National Committee would. There is no dissent. There is only one view of history that is "factual," and it lines up neatly, like a Ken Burns propaganda film for PBS.

The Dangerous Boomerang of Political Paranoia
Robert Stacy McCain, The American Spectator
Are all Republicans now demonized enemies of the regime? Are ordinary Americans to blame for this climate of paranoia? Republican voters are not responsible for the atmosphere of fear and loathing that now grips Washington. It is our decadent elite who have created this mess. While I don’t buy into the theory that our ruling class are actually shape-shifting alien reptiles they have certainly forfeited public trust, and if we are now doomed to live in an Age of Political Paranoia, whose fault is that?

Now, the Left Owns It All
Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News
Now, Democrats must decide whether to proceed with the impeachment trial of Trump for inciting a riot that began on the Capitol steps as he was speaking a mile away, a riot planned long before the rally on the Mall. Now, Democrats can choose whether they will forego extracting their pound of flesh as the first order of business in the Senate and let Pelosi sit a while on her impeachment resolution. Now, Democrats have it all. A Guatemalan caravan is reportedly forming. That is Joe's party's problem now too.

‘Hell, No, We Won’t Go!’—to the Inauguration
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
I cannot say definitively the election was stolen, but no one can say definitively that it was not. Not even remotely. The plethora of evidence was not faintly investigated. The politicians and the courts, with very few exceptions, were too frightened, too conformist, to do their jobs. On top of that, the current fascistic (what other word fits?) assaults on freedom of speech are destroying whatever uniqueness this country had. Even Angela Merkel was alarmed at the banning of Donald Trump from Twitter.

No Thanks, I’ll Be Skipping the Inauguration
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
It's not to say that we have nothing to celebrate. We do. The fight begins anew. Many of us are energized. We have exposed some more squishy Establishment-loving weak links in the Cheney, as it were. We will primary them. We will make our GOP state legislatures clean up the crooked election system and impose a Social Media User’s Bill of Rights upon the digital dictators. We will continue to speak out, and if suppressed here, we will go pop up there and then pop off with twice the vigor. We will never surrender.

Biden COVID-19 relief plan is a Trojan horse for a sweeping liberal agenda
Brad Polumbo, Washington Examiner
Even a cursory glance at the specifics of the package reveals that it’s a Trojan horse for a sweeping liberal agenda that Biden could never otherwise get passed, including blatant partisan priorities, such as a federal $15 minimum wage.. Republicans shouldn’t feel guilty about vocally opposing Biden’s COVID-19 relief efforts. Conservative opposition isn’t an obstruction of a commonsense emergency response but a rejection of an imposition of a liberal economic agenda on the United States through a back door.

Joe Biden's mandate: Don't call it the China virus ...
Charles Hurt, Washington Times
Don’t call it the “China Virus.” That is the sum total of Mr. Biden’s mandate in this curious, muddled 2020 election. No “Wu Flu.” Biden promises an emergency executive order on the first day of his presidency, the so-called “100-Day Masking Challenge” will require Americans to wear a mask on all federal property and during interstate travel. Other hot priorities for the incoming Biden administration is reopening travel from majority Muslim countries that the Obama admin had identified as terrorist hot spots.

Can Democrats Purge GOP ‘Insurrectionists’?
David Catron, The American Spectator
None of the objectors violated any constitutional amendment or federal statute. Those who objected to Biden electors were bound to do so by their oath of office because they believe those electors were unlawfully certified. The people we need to be concerned about are the cynical Democrats, who, based on their ignorance of the Constitution and their desire to crush all dissent, want to remove these honest public servants from office. It is their unquenchable lust for unfettered power that we need to worry about.

Will Good People Stand By While Censorship Threatens America?
Daniel Oliver, The Epoch Times
Not long ago, American children were taught that our country allows Nazis to have parades (with the proper permits) as a measure of how highly we cherish the freedom of speech. This sentiment also projected a national confidence that any such parade does more to damage the social standing of the men wearing the funny uniforms than it risks in having them attract adherents. No more. “Hate speech,” defined by the left as anything subversive to its goals—“men and women are different,” for example—is being outlawed.

Welcome to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s new abnormal
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
Schumer and Pelosi's refusal to treat Trump as a legitimate president and worthy of their cooperation marks them as early victims of Trump Derangement Syndrome. The Dems aim to use the coronavirus and the riot as Trojan horses to expand government power and shrink individual freedoms. Election safeguards are being permanently dismantled. Rep. Ayanna Pressley tweeted that “There will be no reset button. No return to normal. The status quo was unjust in the first place.” Will Biden stop the madness? Can he?

Trump’s Support Is More About Policies Than Personality
David Marcus, The Federalist
The establishment GOP wants to go back to a time when voters who hold Trump’s positions dutifully voted for them because their own positions had no hope of winning, but Trump changed that forever. They know they can win now, and they certainly know they win GOP primaries. There is a reckoning the Republican Party needs, but it’s not the one most pundits think it is, and it has little to do with Trump. This reckoning is all about policies, and it is Liz Cheney and the Chamber that have the most ceding of ground to do.

Media Boost Biden as 'Above the Fray'
Tim Graham, CNS News
Pardon me if I laugh when reporters tout that some politician they like is posing as being "above the fray." This fray is something reporters usually force politicians to confront. If politicians are effortlessly floating above it, reporters are allowing it. With all the jokes about Biden having hidden in the basement during most of the campaign, perhaps the metaphor for his strategy ought to be "below the fray." "The president-elect tries to project calm," the NYT writes, and it is the most cooperative projector.

Democrats Cling Desperately to Trump Hatred
Conrad Black, American Greatness
The Democrats are not going to be able to hide much longer behind their Trump hatred. His enemies have made Trump the leader of all who object to government-restricted freedom of expression, corrupt election practices, and the transformation of America into a socialist commune. At the moment of Biden’s ultimate triumph, he and his coalition of contending (and in some cases disreputable) interests are exposed in their infirmity. The totalitarian woke media will not be able to disguise this macabre farce for long.

The Lynch Mob Comes for Citizen Trump
Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News
The left wants to stigmatize Trump down through the ages with twin impeachments, and its hatred of him has overwhelmed any commitment they had to due process. What should we do now? If we are headed for an impeachment trial, force the Democrats to prove that Trump deliberately instigated an "insurrection." Then, lay out the history of the American establishment's endless condoning and justifying of disorders, riots and rampages when done in the hallowed name of the social progress in which they believe.

Big Tech v. America: How to Fight Back and Win
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
It’s becoming vitally important that every time somebody is canceled for simply voicing an opinion differing with the leftist orthodoxy we all rush in to support that person financially and otherwise. When the cancel culture can no longer inflict a net negative on people it attempts to victimize, this new cultural aggression will begin fading away. Downloading Brave and turning it into the conservative browser of choice would be an example of that. Of course, you should be using DuckDuckGo as your search engine.

Should the Real ‘Resistance’ Begin Now?
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
is this time for a new, and more justified, “Resistance”? Possibly. But to be in any way successful it must be thought through, totally non-violent and have the best intentions for our democratic republic at heart. It should not be about Donald Trump in 2020 or any other single person, nor should it be about any particular political party, old or new. They come and go. It should be about our country. Us. Above all, it must have the support of millions in order to succeed. Do that and change can be effectuated.

Refuse to Be Silenced
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
We need to radicalize in favor of free speech, free press, and free thought. Argue for it. Demand it. Exercise it. And make no apologies when they list horrible people who will say horrible things if free to speak – you know, just like they could in America a few weeks ago. Free speech, now and forever. No compromise, no exceptions, no excuses. It’s not enough to favor free speech – you must be affirmatively anti-censorship! We'll go underground for a bit. And we will come back louder, bolder, and unafraid.

Revenge of the Neocons
Julie Kelly, American Greatness
This event, just like so many events over the past five years—the Russian collusion hoax, the first impeachment, and Charlottesville, to name just a few—has highlighted the deep gulf between establishment neoconservatives and the MAGA-loyal Right that has widened once again. Neoconservatives disguise their grudge against Trump as some sort of faux moral superiority, we-are-better-than-this-it-isn’t-who-we-are preening while the overwhelming majority of the Republican base stands agape at their tediousness.

Armed insurrection: Congress votes to overturn the next election
Charles Hurt, Washington Times
I guess we should be thankful that finally someone in the Cheney family has found an “armed insurrection” that they are not lustily in favor of. This is not even about removing Donald Trump from office in the final week of his presidency. It is all about preventing him from ever running for office again. In other words, Congress is scrambling to overturn the next election before it even happens. They are desperate to deny American voters the right to elect Donald Trump again. Talk about an insurrection.

An Article V Convention Is Long Overdue
David Catron, The American Spectator
The Convention of States project, despite its successes, will have to overcome the same swamp creatures that laid President Trump low. In the long run, even the Washington DC swamp parasites will be better off if COS succeeds. If not, the meandering knuckleheads who planted their unwashed posteriors in the cushy seats of power for a few short minutes on January 6 will be remembered as Adderall-addled preschoolers compared to the next mob our “representatives” meet charging through Statuary Hall.

After Parler Ban, Rein in Big Tech Now or Cease Being Free Citizens
Rachel Bovard, Newsweek
This behavior cannot be tolerated in a free market—much less in a free society. Big Tech's control has been evolving slowly. But after last Wednesday, the floodgates have truly been unleashed. Everything conservatives say they stand for—free thought, free speech and free markets—is now under threat. Parler is just one company, but it is very much a proxy for the battle that is to come. And based on the silence from conservatives and libertarians in D.C., we are ill-prepared for the fight at our doorstep.

Dems want to bring down anyone who ever backed Trump
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and their co-conspirators in Big Media and Big Tech are proving Trump was right when he said his supporters were the ultimate target. Joe Biden, who keeps insisting he wants to unite the country, accused Hawley and Cruz of spreading the “big lie.” Biden referred to Hitler’s propagandist, Joseph Goebbels. Imagine that — the next president says two senators who oppose him are acting like Nazis. Apparently the unity agenda will come only after all dissenters are driven from office.

Democrats' vindictiveness against Trump will further divide the country
Cal Thomas, Washington Times
President-elect Joe Biden has called for healing and unity, but he, too, has contributed to turning up the heat with some of his anti-Trump and anti-Republican comments. This proves a point I have previously made. The antithesis of the Proverb “a soft answer turns away wrath” is that a hard answer increases wrath. It can be argued that all of Mr. Trump’s personal insults of others have now circled back to attack him. Democrats will only further divide the country and possibly lead to more violence.

Assault on the Capitol Has Let Loose the Electronic Octopus
Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
With an unpopular Trump on the way out, and with control over the levers of government, members of the left abruptly settled all their old scores. Their aim was not just to humiliate opponents but to curtail opponents’ ability to organize against them. Today, progressive politicians, Wall Street, the media, academia, Hollywood and professional sports are all on the side of the mega-rich tech cartels. Partnering with Big Tech is both politically useful and financially lucrative. No trust busting allowed.

Suppose They Held an Inauguration and Nobody Came?
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
This isn’t the time for demonstrations. Give them a chance to hang themselves a little more, because they surely will. They’re just getting started. Give them a month or two and watch what happens. Now is the time for us to organize, to understand on whom we can rely and whom we can’t. They’re revealing themselves. We are, after all, half the country—and likely to be more than half soon enough because our ideas are so much better and they are getting the opportunity to put their wretched ones into action.

Wake Up, America
Daniel Oliver, The Epoch Times
The “woke” left would rather impeach Donald Trump than have him resign. If the Republican Party is afraid now, it will disappear. And it will never be missed. None of this is to condone rioting. But the riot was the sideshow. The main event is what the woke left Democrats (office holders, media baron accomplices, mega-billionaire monopoly tech giants) plan to do to this country: enact left-wing programs, and control the flow of all information. Pay attention, America. We’re entering a dark age.

Incitement, Insurrection, Impeachment, Imperiousness, and Idiocy
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
Luckily, this “impeachment” won’t get any further this time than it did a year ago when Crazy Nancy first dropped it in the House Chamber. But the stink will take a while to fade away, and if Pelosi thinks somehow her temper tantrum will make the plebes and hooples respect her authority any more than they did when a few of them broke into her office, threw her stuff around, and Bogarted her laptop, she’s off her meds. The American public can’t stand you and you’re only making it worse by doubling down.

What the left wants to ignore about slain Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick
Matthew Schmitz, New York Post
Sicknick was a Trump supporter. The people who claim to honor Sicknick have elided these facts. Acknowledging them would undermine their ­effort to label the 75 million Americans who supported Trump as a domestic threat. Already, unelected Silicon Valley billionaires are using Sicknick’s death to justify censorship of views he expressed. Liberals are cheering the limitation of free speech. Leftists are applauding the exercise of corporate power. When they smear Trump voters, they dishonor Officer Sicknick’s memory.

President Trump's legacy endangered by Donald Trump
R. Emmett Tyrell, Jr., Washington Times
I have talked to several sources who say the Donald Trump of the past six months was not the Donald Trump that they observed during his first three years in Washington. A very sharp legal team was supposedly being put in place and when it was called on it was not there. Poll watchers were to be in place, and they were not there either. Make of these rumors what you will, but as for me I know that I am finished with Donald Trump. He is not the engaging man I met years ago. Now, trumpism without Trump.

Hollywood Elites and Violent Thoughts
Tim Graham, CNS News
Social media platforms such as Twitter are only focused on President Donald Trump and his millions of devoted fans. They don't seem to focus on violent thoughts on the left, most prominently the Hollywood left. Apparently, their violent thoughts are never plausibly dangerous. One example is Alec Baldwin, who tweeted on the night of the rioting: "Put Ted Cruz in the stocks and throw rotten fruit and buckets of horse piss at him. Then ride him on a rail. Then tar and feather him. And film it. For Netflix."

Blame the Left, Not Trump, for America’s Crack-Up
Matthew Boose, American Greatness
Biden and his allies are now abandoning any pretense of a desire for “unity” or reconciliation, as if this event is what finally convinced them that Trump is a fascist whose supporters need to be marginalized and silenced. Right. When your back is at the wall and you’re facing a mob, sooner or later you have to defend yourself. What we are experiencing is the culmination of an effort to crush any resistance to the Left’s power. The Left finally has their orange scalp. And they will want many, many more.

Exploiting the Capitol Riot to Kill Trump
Patrick J. Buchanan,
On Jan. 21, Dems will control the Senate, the House and the White House. Big Tech, Big Business, Big Media will all be on board. They will be led, however, by a president and vice president who are in their offices not because of the great campaign they conducted and the brilliant case they made — but because Americans voted in the most massive turnout in history, 74 million for Trump and 81 million against Trump. In two years, the pendulum will swing back to the right, for it now has nowhere else to go.

Understand a radical Catholic’s agenda
Robert Marshall,
Biden’s website says, “I’m a practicing Catholic.” Since Democrats won Georgia’s two U.S. Senate seats, Democrats could add six liberal justices to the U.S. Supreme Court to ensure liberal court decisions. They will try to abolish the Electoral College. The District of Columbia and Puerto Rico could become states, adding four liberal senators and cementing Democratic power in the Senate. We must pray especially hard and publicly counter such a radical agenda threatening our families, churches, and nation.

A First-Hand Account at The Trump Election Protest
Matt Keener, The American Spectator
Rioters? It certainly wasn’t the overwhelming mood of the day nor did it resemble the burnt buildings or violence seen across the country after George Floyd. The protesters were people who had their stories, their voices and their votes misrepresented. They had seemingly exhausted every other legal avenue or means of expression, so they showed up at the politicians’ doorstep. If this story was written 200 years ago, a writer might describe the crowd as patriotic or passionate and compare it to The Boston Tea Party.

Where Does He Go From Here?
Conrad Black, American Greatness
President Donald Trump remains by far the largest faction-head in American politics. He has done himself serious damage but it is not necessarily irreparable, and he has smoked out his pretended supporters and has forced the political establishment to the last extremities of electoral misconduct to defeat him. Where it goes from here depends largely on how Trump plays his cards; he is going to have an easy target in the new administration and his supporters are certainly the majority among the Republicans.

Answer to speech you don't like is not less speech, but more discussion
Cal Thomas, Washington Times
Distrust by many conservatives of virtually all media has given rise to fringe platforms that seek to tear us further apart and undermine democracy, while claiming to protect it. These divisions have deepened as Trump supporters believe the election was rigged. Trump voters deserve to have their concerns addressed, or the cynicism and division will only get worse. The best way to lower the temperature would be to create a forum that would fairly and accurately examine all claims of voter fraud and ballot manipulation.

Leftism Set to Be Unleashed -- and Fail...Again
Stephen Moore, CNS News
Conservatives may have lost the reins of power, but they won nearly everywhere else coast to coast. The Biden-Pelosi-Schumer juggernaut is going to be like tanks streaming over the border. Of course, the victims of progressivism and redistributionism, as always, will be the very people who benefited the most from Trump policies: the poor, the working class, and minorities. Leftism is unleashed, but it has also been put on trial in 2021 and 2022. I'd bet that voters will convict it two years from now.

Crazy 2020 Is Dead! Long Live Crazier 2021!
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
The country in 2021—worn out by riot, arson, looting, plague, lockdown, recession, and election fatigue—is facing a number of existential crises that will only accelerate in the months ahead. February through April could be an iffy period. Biden likely will allow his own hatred of Trump to lead to a renunciation of what have been largely successful policies overseas. Given Trump’s last two weeks, the Left will seek process, not just policy, changes. It is going to be Mr. Toad’s wild ride for all of 2021.

Staying Sane in a World Gone Mad
Robert Stacy McCain, The American Spectator
The danger of political violence is not really the biggest error involved in the effort to delegitimize dissent. What happens if the policies of the Biden/Harris administration, and the Pelosi/Schumer Congress, don’t work? Liberalism does not become infallible. If Biden’s policies fail to bring peace and prosperity, what then? How much failure will Biden and the Democrats be permitted to inflict on America before Big Tech decides maybe it wasn’t such a smart idea to ban Republicans from their platforms?

The Lib-Fascist Purge
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
Good plan – deny them the right to pick their 2024 president, clap like trained seals as corporate overlords cut off their ability to express themselves, and continue to treat their own supporters well and dissenters much, much worse. While the supine GOP is tweeting hack cliches about Muh Not Who We Are, the left is trying to tighten the noose. But we’re woke. Rasmussen puts Trump’s popularity at 51%, rising after the riots. We aren’t blaming Trump for the riots. And we sure aren’t rolling over.

Taking Stock of President Donald Trump
Roger Kimball, The Epoch Times
I do not think it is too soon to tally up a preliminary docket of President Trump’s accomplishments, pay homage to his achievements, and minute for the record some of his mistakes and deficiencies. Donald Trump threw open the window of resistance. The giddy breezes of freedom blew about for a bit. That window has been slammed shut now. The long march continues. Those directing it were surprised by Donald Trump in 2016. They resolved not to let it happen again. I’d say the odds were pretty good that it won’t.

Who's Reeling?
John Hinderaker, Powerline
If anyone should be reeling on account of riots it is the Democrats, whose party members and allies have burned down and otherwise devastated major sections of American cities. The current panic among some Republicans is silly and ignores the lessons of history. There are only two parties, and we are one of them. So Republicans should stop fretting and prepare to do battle. That is, to resist the Biden administration and the Dem Congress with every honest and legal tool at our disposal, every day, beginning on January 20.

Storming of the Capitol was stupid, but Democrats' flaming hypocrisy is outrageous
Robert Knight, Washington Times
For the left, violence is just another hammer in their toolbox. Not so conservatives. Even so, the Electoral College ballot counting by the vice president amid persistent charges of vote fraud should have raised the security level to the nth degree. The media were enthralled, knowing that they will be using this abomination over and over to bash all 74 million people who voted for Trump along with anyone identified as less than “woke.” Already censorious, the cancel culture is about to go full-jacket Maoist.

The Worst of Days for Trump & Trumpists
Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News
Trump's supporters are today being smeared and castigated by the same media who lionized the BLM and antifa "peaceful protesters" who spent their summer rioting, looting, burning and pillaging Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Portland, Kenosha, and scores of other cities. The Trumpists have been demonized before. They are used to this. And whatever their sins, disloyalty and ingratitude to the man they put in the presidency is not one of them. It was a bad day for America, but it was not the Reichstag fire.

It Was A Trap, And MAGA Fell Into It
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
I think a trap was laid. I think the Democrat leadership wanted exactly what they got at the Capitol. I think the security was lax so that something disruptive would happen and the national discussion about election mismanagement and fraud being had in that building, which the Democrat Party is wholly responsible for necessitating, would be washed out of the public’s consciousness. Even worse, that the discussion itself would be discredited. And Trump and his supporters fell right into that trap.

Welcome to West China
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
Occam’s Razor tells me the U.S. is turning into a near clone of the People’s Republic of China. That’s not communism in the traditional sense. Karl Marx wouldn’t recognize it, not that what he had on offer was any better. For China, the word communism is a kind of paleo-virtue signaling. What China actually is (and where the United States is headed or has already arrived) is a form of oligarchic fascism. The capitalist market’s fine as long as it’s my capitalist market and you’re a member of my party.

Twitter Is The Enemy Of The American People
David Marcus, The Federalist
I want to put this as clearly as possible. Twitter attempted and largely succeeded in silencing dissent to policies that were against its own interests. They don’t care about the suicides, overdoses, missed cancer screenings, or poverty caused by these actions, they only care about money and power. Twitter’s goal is to create for our children an America our parents would not recognize. Twitter is the enemy of freedom, the enemy of liberty, and the enemy of the American people. It must be treated as such.

Democrats blowing House control right off the bat with Trump vendetta
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
Dems have it all — except the good sense to be gracious in victory. Celebrating their golden moment with anger and revenge, they are the definition of sore winners. Biden inherits the responsibility to restore peace and tranquility. His statement that impeachment is a matter for Congress to decide is a missed opportunity to prove he really does want national unity. If Biden won’t lower the temperature, who will? Allowing Trump’s tenure to reach its natural conclusion should be one of Biden’s easiest decisions.

The Road to Ruin in Riots
Tim Graham, CNS News
It's not hard to find prominent voices on the left who are suddenly finding lawlessness inexcusable after having suggested it was excusable if it forwarded their agenda. They used words like "rebellion" to glamorize unrest. But this is not rioting at an Apple store. This is where our democracy lives. No arrogant scold with a microphone and an expensive peacoat compares to thugs who make the U.S. Capitol Police draw their guns. Right now, we should call this what it is: a day that should live in infamy.

Breaching the Capitol: The Surprise That Was No Surprise
Melissa Mackenzie, The American Spectator
The GOP has done little to inspire the confidence of voters which is how America got a President Trump in the first place. What does the GOP look like without Trump, who many viewed as a last-ditch effort to wake everyone up? What they were before: lifeless, indifferent, corporatists. That’s not a winning look. Wednesday shocked and surprised, but didn’t. This is the beginning of something, not the end. Too many people feel disenfranchised and disregarded – the exact opposite of how citizens should feel in a Republic.

It’s Time For Mitch To Go
Chris Buskirk, American Greatness
Any political party that is serious about winning holds leadership accountable for losses. Mitch McConnell can’t lead Republicans out of the wilderness. His time has passed. He’ll be 84 at the end of his current term. He shouldn’t even put his name forward for a leadership position. But he will. If Republicans know what the country needs and if they want to win again, they’ll reject McConnell and find younger leadership that is ready to build a new party to serve the middle class, not the ruling class.

Welcome to a Wilderness of Lies
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
It’s easy to focus on the bad, but look at the bigger picture. We have more squared-away folks out there doing our work now than ever before. The GOP, which we will not abandon because in a two-party system you can’t really start a new party, has been dragged kicking and screaming our way. This is a long war. If you want a quick win, you won’t get it. If you think some sort of magic even is going to fix everything, wrong. Rome wasn’t built in a day. Our Rome won’t be torn down and rebuilt in one either.

Stacey Abrams Wins Big in Georgia, and She Wasn’t on the Ballot
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
Demonstrations are good, but more than mass protest, a Republican Party rectification is needed, whether it’s still called the Republican Party or not. (That’s largely irrelevant.) Trump’s Revolution, if we can call it that, is in danger of experiencing a Thermidor. The “deplorables” must go forward into serious organization or they will go backward.If the Republican Party doesn’t reform itself, we may soon be looking at a president as radical as a President Abrams. What we have now is bad enough.

The Georgia GOP Disaster
Newt Gingrich, Washington Times
There is the failure to address or clean up the accusations of a corrupt election process which arose from the Nov. 3 vote. This failure is the most amazing thing I have seen in six decades of GOP politics. Despite serious concerns from many Georgians, Kemp and Raffensperger took the position that everything was fine — or simply unfixable. This did nothing to increase public trust or credibility. Too many of the participants, supporters, and major players had agendas that put the GOP victory at risk.

Is the Wisdom of Homer Immune to Cancel Culture?
Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
We are now seeing efforts to ban classics of Western and American literature. These hallowed texts are being declared racist or sexist by preening moralists. Why should we still read classics such as Homer’s “Odyssey” in the first place? Our current cultural crisis is not from reading too much, but from not reading much of anything at all. Most of the people who deface monuments know almost nothing about the targets of their furor. Canceling Homer is not virtue-signaling. It is broadcasting ignorance.

The Post-Republic Comes To Visit Josh Hawley
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
It used to be considered a massive breach of the peace to invade somebody’s residence in reaction to what they do at the office. In a republic, those things do not happen. But they happen in a post-republic. What the goons outside of Hawley’s house really mean to show us is what the post-republic looks like. And they’re the exact people the founders of the American republic wanted to guard against when the Constitution was written. What those men would think of us today should sadden every American.

What Follows Coming Apart? Revolution?
Daniel Oliver, Ricochet
There are different types of revolution. The American Revolution was led and fought by shopkeepers, small businessmen, and farmers, a demographic not dissimilar to modern-day Trump voters. Much as everyone may deploy the thought, a revolution seems not out of the question. Perhaps, but only perhaps, not this week, or this month. Now that it appears Republicans lost both Senate seats in the January 5 Georgia election, this much seems certain: a revolution we will have. Which one will it be? And when?

Kamala's Unchallenged Life Stories
Tim Graham, CNS News
Kamala Harris is seen by many in the media as an inspirational figure. When liberals swoon over their "trailblazers," they often love retelling their life stories...just as these politicians tell them. Does anyone in the "fact-checking mainstream media" ask Harris about her Kwanzaa story? Can we see family photographs with Kamala and the candles? Or do they only "fact-check" non-trailblazers? "When the truth collides with a legend, print the legend." That's why "fact-checking" has a partisan rap.

GOP disaster in Georgia
Byron York, Washington Examiner
Now, in opposition, the GOP's next chapter begins. Remember this: For all the talk about Donald Trump remaining the defining voice of the Republican Party, his power is declining by the minute. At this point, he is the lamest of lame ducks, and after January 20 he will be a former president. He will undoubtedly be the most flamboyant and interesting former president in history, but he will still be a former president. The party will move ahead. New leaders will emerge. That's the way it works.

Detaining and imprisoning, with guidance from New York and California
Tammy Bruce, Washington Times
California and New York are considered by the Democrats and their fellow travelers on the left as the perfect petri dishes with which to experiment with policy and legislation. Whatever they do in these Democratic dumpster fires of states you can be sure it’s the beginning of a recipe they intend for everyone else. Want to know what the future under today’s Democrats would look like? All you need do is look at Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City... or glance at New York Assembly Bill 416.

The Ramifications of the Georgia Senate Runoff
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
We are indeed in one of the strangest moments in our history. While China, as stated in an interview with Secretary of State Pompeo here at The Epoch Times, is already “inside our gates,” we are at each other’s throats or, incredibly, almost beyond comprehension, seriously debating in our Congress whether we are allowed to call our mother and father “mother” and “father.” What must Chinese leader Xi Jinping be thinking? Or the space aliens now rumored to have been circling our globe for some time?

Why An Electoral College Challenge Is Imperative
David Catron, The American Spectator
It goes without saying the corporate media have depicted Trump’s lawsuits as nothing more than the desperate acts of a sore loser. Moreover, with the aid of Facebook and Twitter, they have consistently censored any and all evidence of illegal election activity by the Democrats. Like the state legislatures and the courts, they are less interested in the health of the republic than in their own comfortable roles in the ruling class. The challangers are all that stands between us and one party rule.

Family Brawl in the House of Trump
Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News
Given the coronavirus changes in election laws, the extended periods for voting, the massive use of mail-in ballots, the widespread belief that the election was "rigged" and that a change in 35,000 votes out of 155 million cast could have altered the outcome — this belief is going to have a long shelf life in American politics. The "corrupt bargain" of 1824 that robbed Andrew Jackson of the presidency is still remembered in America's history books. This one is going to be fought over for as long.

Militant Ignorance Reshapes Our Schools and Culture
Roger Kimball, The Epoch Times
These new would-be-totalitarians' is a culture where history is bunk and the only aid to enlightenment a student needs is a mirror to reflect the vapid marvelousness of his empty mind. Students might think they are getting off easy by reading trash instead of challenging works from the classical pantheon. In fact, they have been cheated. “Compared with their better-educated peers,” Gurdon sagely observes, “they will suffer a poverty of language and cultural reference. Worse, they won’t even know it.”

Trump still selling ice cream in a desert of electoral politics
Charles Hurt, Washington Times
Like the smart salesman he is — Trump only offered malaise because he had a solution to a vexing problem like free trade. He was selling ice cream in the desert. Among the many wonderful things about Mr. Trump is that he does not see voters based on the color of their skin or their sex or any of the other categories of “demographics” that all the political experts are so deathlessly obsessed with around here. Mr. Trump understands we are all one demographic. We are Americans. We all like ice cream.

Radical Democrats Are Turning Minneapolis Into A Violent Wasteland
Jenna Stocker, The Federalist
A decline in police and mental health resources in Minneapolis compounds the impending disaster as winter deepens and shelters fill. Although seemingly improbable, the situation in Minneapolis has declined since the riots, at least for the citizens held hostage by the smug arrogance of the people charged with acting in their best interest. A city reeling from a summer of chaos and violence and serving as a laboratory for radical, power-mongering autocrats is a case study in how a city commits suicide.

They really are 'defunding' the police, and it's not going well
Editors, Washington Examiner
Defunding police might be one of the worst possible measures for curtailing police abuses. One of the main problems with the police is that they are terribly underpaid, such that the job is less likely to attract dedicated civil servants hoping to make a profitable career out of doing good and increasingly likely to attract people interested in wielding power. The low pay is far less likely to attract officers with college degrees, who are 40% less likely to use force in the course of their duties.

Defenders of Civilization?
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
We wait for one local PTA member to refuse to change the name of his Lincoln school, or a crusading prosecutor who issues 40 federal racketeering indictments the next time Antifa drives in to town to torch a courthouse or reclaim a street, or a judge who sentences a violent arsonist to a 20-year sentence, or an exasperated college dean who will say no to segregating dorms or no-go zones by race, or one honest journalist who finally presses Joe Biden to answer what have Hunter and his family done.

President Biden Will Try to California-ize the Nation
Steven Greenhut, The American Spectator
California’s infrastructure is crumbling. Its top-notch schools have fallen into mediocrity or worse. California’s cost of living and anti-business policies drive large numbers to states where governors spend less time bloviating about being nation states and more time tending to the roads, protecting the business climate, and, say, assuring that mask contracts are competently administered. With Democrats firmly in control in Washington, D.C., however, there may no longer be anyway to run or hide. Officers:
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