Andrew Napolitano slammed federal agents’ use of excessive force as “unlawful, unconstitutional and harmful.”
"He used OUR Independence Day to tell a majority of our country that we are not welcome here in America," snapped one.
She worries Trump will use the COVID-19 battle to "play off our fears for his own benefit" in a power grab.
Is Trump a fascist? When are we justified in using the "f" word to describe a right-wing politician or movement that we legitimately find frightening?
That’s the deeper – and disturbing -- question in the presidential debate.
In ostensibly promoting tolerance, the essential core of liberalism, left wing extremists have taken on an ill-advised and misguided campaign to enforce an extreme version of political correctness, a form of intolerance that is ironically self-destructively anti-liberal. There is no constitutional right not to be offended.