We asked readers what the 2016 election meant for America's future and that of the West. Here is what a few of you told us.
Confessions of a liberal filled with dread at the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency.
Liberals have made politics their religion.
Over the last 30 years, we’ve watched Congress cede vast responsibility to the executive branch.
The pope and many others fail to make a distinction between a wall designed to keep people in and a wall built to keep people out.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden recently popped up and offered his take on the presidential election.
I’m convinced our higher education system has lost just about every shred of common sense it had.
It is one of the Constitution’s accidentally great procedural features for deterring the concentration of political power.
The comedian known for his edgy humor ended his SNL monologue with a plea for unity at a time when Americans are deeply divided.
We might see safe spaces disappear if we did...
Big Media has become part of the political/celebrity bubble and tends to forget that journalism is meant to be an “outsider” activity.
Shedding more light on Tuesday's biggest surprise.
What happens now, when it appears that the left may be left with only race and gender?
President Clinton's Secretary of Labor said the Democratic Party has been taken over by elite fundraisers, bundlers, analysts, and pollsters.
Christians are unable to speak freely. Religious freedom is under attack. Society is materialistic and immoral. Western civilisation is facing huge threats, from within and without. And apparently the one powerful emerging leader is no saint.
You’re thinking America 2016? No. Rome 312.
Recent presidential elections have ignited talk of it.
An explanation for why it happened.
Trump is the blunt tool Americans used to reject media, pollsters, celebrities, millionaires and the establishment.
"If you do not agree with this statement then please reply to this email with your resignation because you have no place here..."
Before we declare white supremacy the official story of the 2016 presidential campaign, it is a good idea to consider other possibilities.
If so, what are the benefits?
Thanks, Donald Trump. (No really, thank you.)
Is it time we started teaching kids how to handle disappointment?
Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse takes a look at what Trump's victory means for Christian conservatives.
Another vote that stunned pollsters and pundits around the world.
The election is over and we’re all digging out from a rather surprising night. Here are five interesting facts you may have missed in the hubbub:
Leading up to the election and on election day, I repeatedly encountered people calming their fears by saying this.