In his speech, he quoted from the Bible, in its best and most traditional version: yet more evidence of his own conservatism.
Posts Tagged: Republicans
Garvan Walshe: America’s military leaders are ready to resist illegal orders from the country’s rogue President. How has it come to this?
Trump seems to be modelling himself on Richard Nixon. But he’s more like segregationalist George Wallace.
Darren Grimes: A Pride Day? There’s a good case for one. But a whole Pride Month? That’s just virtue signalling.
At the end of the day, being gay in 2020 is ok. We are no longer prime victims of oppression, and we should reject four weeks of self-indulgence and narcissism.
Johnson’s opponents must avoid the error of supposing it is enough to demonstrate, at least to their own satisfaction, that he is a bad person.
A December election in Northern Ireland could therefore turn, in a manner of speaking, into a referendum on the agreement.
Lord Ashcroft: My latest polling explores the tensions and controversies around the union and Northern Ireland’s border
Crucially, opinion is not just divided between Leave and Remain, but between the Province and the mainland.
Since the strike on Syria, Bannon’s influence is waning while Kushner’s waxes.
See his support for protectionism, big government, big debts – and more.
“He promises us a new beginning.”
Plus: Whinging republicans. Useless Corbyn. McDonnell v McDonald’s. And: the imperishable wisdom of William Gladstone.
Rebecca Coulson: What makes undecided voters decide – and are they really undecided in the first place?
I’m one of 20 per cent who have not made their mind up about how to vote in the EU referendum.
Plus: Loathsome Winston McKenzie. Alex Salmond, Thatcher fan. The indestructible Keith Vaz. And: my interview with Charles Moore is well worth a listen.
The Democrats can afford to be complacent – the comprehensive failure of the Republicans to reach out has left black American voters with nowhere else to go
When this country needed a stable government, the Lib Dems stepped up to the plate
The Democrats love to portray their Republican opponents as the tools of big business, but they themselves are up to their necks in big money politics