3d image from Getty Images title I voted for Donald Trump, I’m proud of it article 3D image from BuzzFeed News title Trump wins Ohio by 12 points article 3Dragons, Dragon Wings and Dragons in the House: Donald Trump’s Presidential Election Triumphant by Paul Joseph Watson article 3Murders, murders, and a lot of other crimes: Trump’s first 100 days in office by Steve Kopack and Alex Pareene article 3Roots of Trumpism: The first 100 Days by John Podhoretz article 3Trump, Trumpism and Trump by Ryan Lizza article 3The Biggest Surprise of 2016 by Michael Smerconish and Maggie Haberman article 3A Tale of Two Presidents by Michael Winship and Adam Davidson article 3What’s Really Going on with Donald Trump?
by John Schindler and Alex Blumberg article 3New York City’s Latest Terror Attacks: Trump and the Rise of the Black Mafia by Matt Taibbi and Sarah Rumpf article 3Fraudsters, Trump, and the Trump Effect by Paul Craig Roberts article 3Why I voted to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN by Steven Crowder article 3Selling Trump: A Dangerous Politics of Deception by Alex Bludstein and Adam Schlesinger article 3Inside Trumpworld: Inside the world of the Republican Party by Adam Davidson and John Schlesner article 3Tough Love: The Art of the Political Trick by Sam Biddle and Alex Shumaker article 3Is Trump winning the presidency?
by Ryan McMaken and Alexia Novella article 3How Trump changed the game by Jonathan Chait and Adam Baron article 3Biggest Republican Lies About Trump by Robert Reich and Mark Preston article 3Pundits are getting in on the act by Sarah Palin and the GOP article 3Republicans’ new president: A story of betrayal and self-destruction by Steven Wise and John Binder article 3I voted for Trump because I want to make America great again.
Now I’m going to make it great again for the next 100 days by Paul Joe Richards and Jason Miller article 3Donald Trump is going to Make America Great Again by John Nolte article 3You Can’t Have Nice Things by Joe Biden and the Democrats article 3An Introduction to the GOP by David Frum and Robert Scheer article 3Hillary Clinton: A Woman in Charge by Peter Beinart and Mark Halperin article 3In Case You Didn’t Know, Trump’s Plan Is to Replace the Founding Fathers with a Radical Muslim by Scott Rasmussen and David Fridley article 3’The Left Has Gone Crazy’: How the Democrats Became a Radical Party by Robert Frank and John Heilemann article 3Democrats, the Democrats and a Radical Left: Inside Democratic Politics by Richard Wolff and William J. Brennan article 3Who’s Really in Charge of the Democratic Party?: The Democratic Party in Trumpland by William J, Barrett and Richard Wolffe article 3Democracy in America: The Politics of the Trump Presidency by Mark Schmitt and Alex Tamblyn article 3It’s Time to Make Trump Great Again: How a New Politics of Trump Is Winning the War for Your Soul by Mark Sisson and Michael A. Kruse article 3Greens are the real enemy: Why the Greens are the Real Enemy by David Graeber and Nick Land article 3More from The American Conservatives: Republicans’ new President by Paul Loesch and Michael Winsom article 3GOP’s new President, Trump: An Analysis of the New Trumpism by Paul R. Pillar and Andrew McCarthy article 3If You Like Trump, You’ll Love the New GOP by Ryan Holiday and Adam Pally article 3On Being the Republican Candidate: The Political Transformation of the Right by Jonathan Haidt and John Nichols article 3America’s Deepest Dangers by Peter Van Buren and Matt Stoller article 3Lying to get votes, and then lying to get elected, by Michael Goodwin and Eric Schmitt article 3Biden, Trump and a Trump Presidency: The Trump Era in the Making by David Schaper and Peter Beresford article 3For a Democrat: The Clintons, the Clintons and the Deep State by Sam Stein and Maggie Gallagher article 3Rejecting the GOP’s new president, and building a new America, by Sarah R. Palfrey and Adam Gopnik article 3Will Trump win the 2020 election?
by David Brooks and John Nolen article 3This is the Republican party we know and love.
This is what we’ve come to expect from it.
This time, it’s different.
This new vision of the future looks different.
And this time, we won’t let it get away from us.
By Paul Joseph Walker, PhD.