The left's interest in democracy extends only to the political opportunities available for its overthrow.
As the experience of freedom makes us unfit for slavery, so the experience of knowledge makes us unfit for handbooks of liberal instruction.
Mr. Obama approached the presidency as an academic exercise, an opportunity to bend America over a template of social theory.
Hillary Clinton embodies all that is indecent and corruptible with human character in pursuit of power. Her dishonesty precedes her like an advertisement.
The entire liberal enterprise has now become a story full of grievances and political promises.
SCOTUS has changed the meaning of terms like "human life" and "established by the states." As long as we're accepting their power to do so, what will these unelected justices change next?
One may admire the liberal's passion for social reform, but passion is not principle, and corruption is not "Change we can believe in."
Liberalism has changed into a politicized authoritarian ideology. It has become, in effect, a strategy of power.
Progressives have long understood that by circumventing the Constitution through executive orders and administrative regulations that have the effect of law, they can lead society into a settled acceptance of unpopular State actions
Republicans never know what to do with power once they have acquired it. Democrats, on the other hand, know what to do with power, but it's always the wrong thing.