Self-Evident

Her own dumb choices are why she has none left.
This one's weird, and it's big, and you’re just going to have to read it.
“Widespread fury” as media reprints “absurd,” “career-ending” talking points about McMaster’s opposition.
Former DOJ Civil Rights head Vanita Gupta dons the tinfoil in the New York Times.
Michael Walsh’s new book smashes “Critical Theory,” the ‘60s movement that destroyed the past to again make room for humanity’s oldest bad idea. (Click here to hear PJ Media's Walsh on the Mark Levin Show Thursday night.)
GOP leadership, scrambling, wanted you to believe Paul Ryan somehow had an appeal to the voters and the Freedom Caucus that Kevin McCarthy did not. In reality, Ryan has just as little chance at 218.
Occasionally, the music industry can give you a spiritual awakening.
Folks now flee the state you used to move to when you’d “made it”; Senator Scott Frantz weighs in.
Tip your hat: he first proposed the idea in his 2005 Men in Black, when few conservatives saw signs of the Court's tyrannical future.