The foreign policy establishment’s vapidities veil a substantive void. Their competence is bounded strictly by their experience, which is of personal success and public failure.
Sidney Powell and Tucker Carlson ignore the relationship that American law commands between evidence, proof, and power. They should be focused on probable cause, not proof.
Roughly half the country is living under an alien regime that means to harm us socially, politically, and economically.
Now is not the time to be a good German.
Is the nation’s top law enforcement agency protecting society from sociopaths or is the bureau itself sociopathic? Evidence and experience suggest the latter.
The revolution long since destroyed the original American Republic in the minds, hearts, and habits of a critical mass of citizens. So now what?
Nominate, confirm, and let the people judge.
The pandemic’s guru, unfortunately, behaves as an ordinary creature of the Washington swamp.
In Bostock, the Supreme Court has taken the fateful step to assert that a common word, vital to social relations, can mean whatever anyone wants it to mean.
If the president does not lead soon, his people will find leadership elsewhere.
In the time of COVID-19, the primary practical problem is that any number of persons who hold positions of power have taken to exercising their statutory authority—and often much much more—to please themselves or to act out their dreams of power.
Regardless of when Trump acts to reopen the country, the ruling class will do whatever is in their power to prevent him from exiting the path to political perdition which he has entered.
Many of our so-called health experts are acting less like good doctors and more like bad politicians.
Thank God, in this country, the people have the last word.
The establishment’s pundits and politicians who cheer for higher death tolls from the virus and for more straitened circumstances must imagine that enough people in their audience are fearful enough to have abandoned all critical faculties—fearful enough to follow the fear-mongers.
In full-blooded socialist systems, access to government power is the paramount avenue to success.
Pete Buttigieg is going nowhere. But were Antonio Gramsci to survey today’s America, Buttigieg’s campaign would give him reason to be hopeful.
During the past three years or so, the establishment has learned that Donald Trump barks but mostly does not bite. Nobody fears Trump. Bernie Sanders and his zealots are another story.
Imagining a Democratic Party schism, a third-party Sanders insurgency, and a presidential election thrown to the House of Representatives.
Since we are unlikely to prevail on the president to prepare an alternative to a ruling class that is ready to meld with the Sandersistas, it behooves conservatives to put together our own plans and lists of people to implement them.