President Trump telegraphed that he would try to steal the election if he didn’t win.
Jonah Goldberg
If your media consumption is a steady diet of one-sided partisan news, you may start inventing catastrophes where there are none.
Jonah Goldberg
In our politics, maintaining a comfortable fiction is more important than addressing a growing problem.
Jonah Goldberg
Talk of the GOP as a workers’ party ignores that the big appeal of Trumpism was Trump, not his policies.
Jonah Goldberg
We don’t need to make American politics any more chaotic than they already are.
Jonah Goldberg
Eating crow, with caveats.
Jonah Goldberg
It’s possible for Trump to win. It’s also unlikely.
Jonah Goldberg
How Mitch McConnell has navigated the Trump era.
Jonah Goldberg
The Endless Purgatory of 2016.
Jonah Goldberg
Jeffrey Toobin's Zoom disaster had some bigger problems than unprofessionalism.
Jonah Goldberg
Plus, thoughts on the difference between justice and social justice.
Jonah Goldberg
Ritual without memory isn’t ritual, it is obedience—to a fad, a cult, or a fanatic.
Jonah Goldberg