Understanding the 2020 election and the undying hubris of the Left.
Barry Goldwater’s admonition bears repeating as we near election day: “extremism in defense of liberty is no vice.”
Recognizing that the woke will never cancel porn (and understanding why they won’t) is vital, if only because it indicates that they are fundamentally unserious in their demands for a “just” society.
If we are to call today’s agitators part of a movement, we probably need a new definition for what the term means.
We cannot ignore the ways that sporting actively perpetuates American inequality.
There are many ways we are working to fix our nation. But that project is doomed to fail if we don’t also work on fixing our neighborhoods.
The only way “liberation” may be pursued is through the systematic dismantling of liberty as it was understood at the founding of this nation 244 years ago this weekend.
Donald Trump can’t stop the Left’s assaults on American institutions. Only the citizens who have had “enough” can do it. Voting isn’t enough.
Calls to decolonize one’s bookshelf are nothing but a polite (and sometimes not so polite) alternative to book-burning.
Ten things students should consider before enrolling in college this fall.
If damning evidence does come to light, do you really think the former president will be held accountable?
The Left’s newfound relativism shows that their support only extends as far as their political designs.
The New York Times’ petty swipe at conservatives (disguised as a swipe at Trump) in an article about Biden’s alleged indiscretions is proof that the corporate media has less and less ability to dictate public opinion. And they hate it.
For a person who “seldom or never” prays to be spiritually moved to pray can only be recognized as one of the few blessings we can glean from this crisis.
A moment will come—perhaps sooner than later—when the American Left will need to make a choice between advertising the virtues of American government and our way of life or enabling China in their design to take a position as the preeminent global economic power.
American elites have embraced a subjective view of reality. But their educations were incomplete: a true commitment to relativism requires one to abandon the prerogative to make universal claims to truth. But they can’t do that since it’s their ticket to power.
Science ensures that the material is all we see; the market ensures that it is all we want. But in crises, people have a way of turning toward the more metaphysical questions.
The positions staked out by the Democratic candidates may be contradictory but they are not irrational.
The bias and censoring impulse that we observe in our news coverage isn’t incidental.
Orthodox Christians have watched for decades as the culture has turned against them. Is it any wonder that they are happy to find a Cyrus who sees their vulnerability and promises them a wall?