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W. James Antle III

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Past articles by W.:

Republicans control the House. Now what can they do?

Like the Democrats they dethroned, House Republicans have big dreams but a small majority. They would like to cut spending, eliminate inflationary fiscal policies, confront China, secure the border, and hold the executive branch accountable without willing partners in charge of the White House or the Senate. → Read More

Trump made one big miscalculation about the field in the 2024 GOP race

Former President Donald Trump's decision to enter the race for the 2024 Republican nomination so early is looking like a mistake as his first major competitor throws her hat into the ring. → Read More

Trump to be circled by hawks from his foreign policy team in 2024 GOP race

Former Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is expected to start not one but two contests inside the Republican Party this week. → Read More

Super Bowl 2023: The big game is less super without Tom Brady

When the confetti falls at the end of Super Bowl LVII, either Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes or Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts will hoist the Lombardi Trophy in front of a jubilant crowd. → Read More

Biden hits the road in what looks like preview of reelection campaign

Fresh from the State of the Union address, President Joe Biden and his team are taking their show on the road. → Read More

White House returns fire in culture war, painting DeSantis vs. Disney as 'crazy'

The White House contrasted Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R-FL) feud with Disney and Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s (R-AR) “crazy versus normal” line of argument in her rebuttal to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union speech. → Read More

State of the Union 2023: Sarah Huckabee Sanders and the post-Trump GOP generation

Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R-AR) was picked to give the Republican response to the State of the Union address because she offered a generational contrast with President Joe Biden. → Read More

State of the Union 2023: Biden still searching for Trump-era exit ramp two years in

Washington Examiner spoke to members of congress and asked what they wished President Joe Biden would mention in his State of the Union address. Many focused on the economy, as American's are seeing record high inflation. → Read More

State of the Union 2023: Five takeaways from Biden's speech

President Joe Biden delivered his State of the Union address Tuesday night, setting the tone for the second half of his term and launching an opening salvo in his likely bid for a second one. → Read More

State of the Union 2023: Biden gambles economic happy talk will sell with unhappy voters

President Joe Biden is going to make the case to a skeptical public that the economy is strong during his State of the Union address on Tuesday night. → Read More

State of the Union 2023: Sarah Huckabee Sanders a study in contrast with Biden

Less than a month after being sworn in, Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R-AR) will deliver the Republican response to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address, allowing the party to showcase a young female leader juxtaposed with the first octogenarian president. → Read More

State of Our Union: Not much civility or unity two years into Biden's presidency

Ahead of President Joe Biden's third State of the Union address we take a look at whether or not Biden has restored civility back to politics as he promised. Joe Biden’s election was heralded as the restoration of civility to the White House, if not American public life. However, as Biden prepares to deliver his second State of the Union address, the country seems more divided than ever. → Read More

Biden torn between partisan and bipartisan instincts in high-stakes McCarthy talks

When President Joe Biden sat down to meet with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and hash out their differences over the debt ceiling, it highlighted the tension in the Democrat’s political persona. → Read More

White House defends 'highly respected' Omar from antisemitism charges

The White House defended Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) on Thursday following her removal from the House Foreign Affairs Committee by the new Republican majority, saying she has apologized for past comments employing antisemitic tropes. → Read More

White House stresses hiking debt limit in bipartisan way after McCarthy meeting

The White House touted President Joe Biden’s willingness to “continue working across the aisle in good faith” after meeting with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) in what Biden’s team characterized as “a frank and straightforward dialogue.” → Read More

McCarthy enters the lion's den with his gavel and Biden's reelection on the line

When House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) sits down with President Joe Biden on Wednesday, they may meet in the Oval Office, but the California Republican will be walking into the lion’s den. → Read More

Pillow fight: Anticlimactic RNC chair race illustrates GOP stuck in leadership limbo

The race for the Republican National Committee chairmanship offered a fascinating glimpse into the state of the party between last year’s midterm elections and the 2024 presidential contest. → Read More

Top pro-Trump Twitter personality Bill Mitchell switches to DeSantis supporter

One of former President Donald Trump’s top Twitter influencers has broken with him ahead of 2024, switching allegiances to Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL). → Read More

Abortion emerges as unexpected stumbling block in Trump's political comeback bid

Former President Donald Trump overcame social conservatives’ concerns about his position on abortion to win the Republican presidential nomination twice. Now, he may have to do so again to make it a third. → Read More

Democrats getting kicked off committees a George Santos cautionary tale

The controversy over the removal of Democrats from their committee assignments ought to be a cautionary tale for President Joe Biden’s party on how to handle Rep. George Santos (R-NY). → Read More