If the political stage is polarized, it is because the nation is polarized.
The Second Amendment, as Sen. Harris should know, is not primarily about going hunting.
Attacking the messenger, rather than discussing the message, is a well-established tactic of those whose aspiration is political power rather than seeking truth.
Their dysfunction comes from too much government, not too little.
America's left wants us to believe -- and it gets great help from a sympathetic left-wing media -- that all of America's intolerance comes from the right.
There are many things Democrats do not do well. But the thing they do least well is lose.
Blacks are more conservative and less liberal than the typical Democrat.
If America's youth are losing a sense that this is a land of dreams, this sentiment doesn't seem to be shared by the million immigrants who arrive in the U.S. every year.
How has it become so lost in our country that the way we dignify individuals is by believing in them, by granting them freedom to take responsibility for their own life?
The lesson here is that blacks care about issues more than they care about skin color.