I write my columns pretty carefully.
Everything Republicans once claimed to advocate - entitlement reform, free trade, standing up to dictators, encouraging the march of freedom around the world - turns out to be negotiable and reversible, depending on Donald Trump's whims and the furies of his base.
I don't read 'Vanity Fair,' whose millionaire-fashionista-liberal shtick I find repellent.
It's important that Donald Trump and what he represents - this kind of ethnic, quote, 'conservatism,' or populism - be so decisively rebuked that the Republican Party, the Republican voters will forever learn their lesson that they cannot nominate a man so manifestly unqualified to be president in any way, shape, or form.
Democrats should have learned in 2016 that what counts in American politics is location, not turnout.
I almost never listen to radio or watch political talk shows, especially if I happen to be on them.