Stephen L. Miller

Does Donald Trump have anything new to offer?

It’s no secret that I’m not a personal fan of former president Donald Trump – but through the years I feel I’ve been mostly fair to him, his presidency, his accomplishments and his failures. Something, though, dawned on me during his friendly Fox town hall with Sean Hannity on Thursday night, which wasn’t really a town hall,

Is Trump taking Hillary’s road to oblivion?

A few months back I asked a question of Donald Trump: does he know why he’s running to be president again? He made one major speech of which even some of his most ardent followers questioned the enthusiasm. Since then he has occupied the depths of Truth Social and not much more.  After his announcement

The end of the Fox-Dominion circus

Now that Dominion Voting Systems has settled for $787.5 million (£633 million) – less than half the $1.6 billion (£1.3 billion) they were asking for in damages from Fox News – the circus must pack up and move elsewhere.  There’s nothing the media likes to cover more than itself, and there is no media target juicier than

What is the point of another Trump presidential campaign?

It was always assumed that the moment Donald Trump walked out of the White House on the morning of Joe Biden’s inauguration, he would begin angling for a second non-consecutive term in 2024. A year ago, he launched his own Twitter imitation platform, Truth Social, and then in November he officially launched his presidential campaign.

Joe Biden’s words don’t matter anymore

Do the president’s words matter or not? This should be a very simple question, yet as we’ve seen with Joe Biden, on the rare occasion he gives an interview to someone other than the White House Easter Bunny, nothing is ever so simple. Every Biden sit-down seems to raise more questions than answers. On Sunday,

Donald Trump deserves the Hillary Clinton treatment

Should Donald Trump escape any legal consequences for removing and storing classified information at his home in Florida, the fever-swamped, blue-check resistance members of the media will have only James Comey to thank for it. When a search warrant for Mar-a-Lago was executed and then unsealed last Monday, we learned one of the criminal statutes

The truth about Biden’s new disinformation tsar

The Biden team is following in Barack Obama’s footsteps by launching a Disinformation Governance Board. And the current administration is even one-upping the former president by employing the Department of Homeland Security to combat what it calls ‘misinformation’. Obama created a website in 2011 called ‘Attack Watch’ to counter what his 2012 campaign would label

The sad demise of Jon Stewart

Jon Stewart made one of the biggest career follies in the history of infotainment when he walked away from the Daily Show in 2015, removing himself from the Donald Trump presidency. It’s a mistake from which he’s never recovered. Ratings for the Daily Show tanked as a then-unknown replacement host (Trevor Noah) took over, while just

Joe Biden will never change

During a rare press conference on Wednesday, which lasted well over an hour, President Joe Biden told the press corps that he ‘didn’t believe the polls’, said he’d ‘over-performed’ in his first year, accomplishing more than any president in history in his first year, scolded RealClearPolitics reporter Philip Wegmann and blamed the country for somehow

Kyle Rittenhouse and Ahmaud Arbery: a tale of two trials

Two consequential trials are currently underway in America. Both in some way relate to the events of last year surrounding police and the public debate about racism. One trial is driving most of the media coverage online. One has been all but ignored. So why is the national media almost singularly focused on what appears

Joe Biden will be a hamstrung and moderated president

At the time of writing, several key states are still tabulating or finding votes (depending on what side of the aisle you prefer). Joe Biden presently looks to be headed to the White House as the 46th President of the United States. Yet oddly there is no exuberance flooding out from Democrats or their voters.

Write off Bloomberg’s meme army at your own peril

Michael Bloomberg is everywhere. If you watch a YouTube video, there’s a Bloomberg 2020 ad. If you live in any Super Tuesday state, he’s on your television. And now he’s all over your Instagram. Michael Bloomberg is hiring New York media savvy image firms and viral influencers to Poochie his way into the White House.