Articles by Antoinette Aubert

The Safest Street in America

On September 11, many of us paused to remember the lives lost and the heroes that rose to the occasion. Sometime around the first of September, I always send a package to Operation Gratitude to thank all those still in harm’s way, 18 years later. Others, like Representative Ilhan Omar (D.-Minn.), want us to forget […]

Twitter Doesn’t Hurl Insults, People Do

The Instapundit, Glenn Reynolds, is pushing his new book about social media, so in a recent column he links a piece by Salena Zito, decrying Twitter for its sabotage of “normal political debate.” The problem with Zito’s analysis is that at least since the 1960s, the venom and furor seen on Twitter is America’s “normal […]

Of Tweets and Hysterics

Last weekend’s demented political theatrics have me enraged. I am livid this time not because leftists are calling for open borders or disarming law-abiding citizens. No, as has often happened over the past four years, I am furious more because of statements made by people who claim to be on my side.  Sunday morning President […]