Chris Stirewalt is a contributing editor of The Dispatch and senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. Read his weekly column here on Mondays and his politics newsletter, Stirewaltisms, on Fridays.
One solution for fixing the anti-intellectualism of the nationalist right.
Attack, minimize, and move on.
How the president reversed his fortunes in a year.
Howell Cobb used phony theological, pseudo-scientific babble to argue for the perpetuation of slavery.
The most valuable attribute in a candidate might be knowing when to quit.
How the former managing editor of Fox News kept his head while everyone else seemed to be losing theirs.
How Republicans botched the issue of police brutality, and Democrats have botched the issue of crime.
Americans already live the way they want to live, where they want to live.
Media speculation about his candidacy heats up.
The appeal of DeSantis among Republican supporters.