There’s a lengthy editorial by the editors here. Over here is a list of shorter pieces by well-known conservative authors including Glenn Beck, John Podhoretz, Cal Thomas, Mona Charen, Yuval Levin, Thomas Sowell, and others.
When he first entered the race in June, everyone thought he would monkey around front of the camera for a few days and leave. When he rose to first place in the polls, everyone thought it was just the “silly season” and when voters started thinking seriously, Trump would sink. After every outrageous lie, insults, and preposterous promise of action, the pundits assured us that Trump had finally gone too far and his supporters would finally move away from him. I know of nobody who predicted what would happen correctly; I certainly didn’t predict better than anyone else.
Now voting begins in 12 days and more and more people are getting the impression that dismissing Trump as an crazed ape with a microphone was not a good idea. It’s looking increasingly like the Republican primary is his to lose, and rather than just expecting him to vanish quietly after awhile, instead the establishment will need an all-out blocking effort that may or may not succeed.