This is not another opinion column picking on Millennials. I promise. This is, rather, an exhortation to Millennials—to all Americans, really—to think hard and think differently about the problems ailing our tarnished republic. But to think differently about where we’re going as a nation, we need to see clearly where we are right
To be conservative in California can be frustrating. Republicans haven’t won a statewide election here in a decade. Conservative policy prescriptions—such as they are—don’t have much of a constituency where most Californians live. And the place is thoroughly, maddeningly, insufferably, sometimes stiflingly “progressive.” Which, if you think about it, makes those of us
In the end, it wasn’t even close. John Cox, the venture capitalist and housing developer from San Diego by way of Chicago, was the third Republican candidate to lose—bigly—the California governor’s race to a Democrat in as many elections. Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom sailed to victory Tuesday, defeating Cox by more than 1.3
A case can be made for California Republicans and disaffected conservatives to vote for Kevin de León for U.S. Senate. Note my wording: I’m offering a case for Republicans and conservatives to vote for de León, the state senator from Los Angeles. But I am in no way making a conservative or a
But in another, more accurate sense, he is. David Gelernter's op-ed in the Wall Street Journal today hits on a theme we've emphasized here at American Greatness for the better part of two years now: Trump may be crass, he may be vulgar, he may be "unpresidential," but he never pretended to be otherwise.
Get woke, go broke, as the sages say. Not even a rave review from Vox could save it. Breitbart's John Nolte delivers the news: First Man tanked at the box office, coming in well below expectations, with just a $16.2 million opening weekend. At worst, the story of Neil Armstrong’s historic trip to the moon
Did you hear Hillary Clinton talking about America’s cold civil war the other day? She didn’t call it that, but that’s what she meant. Just days after the U.S. Senate confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court by a razor-slim majority, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee joined the chorus of outrage from America’s
Some people run afoul of Facebook’s rules and find themselves locked out of their accounts for a few hours or a few weeks. They call it “Facebook jail.” I’m a Facebook prisoner of a different kind. About a month ago, I tried to delete my Facebook account. I couldn’t quite pull it off.
Somebody has doxxed U.S. Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.). Which is terrible, but doesn't sound especially unsurprising in these troubled times. No, what makes this news especially shocking is that the doxxing occurred from a Capitol Hill computer. The Washington Examiner's Philip Wegmann, adding commentary and context: The current Supreme Court
Barack Obama is the best president Republicans have ever had. In his eight years in office, the 44th president helped deliver to the GOP (in no particular order) the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House, nine governorships and roughly 900 seats in state legislatures. The Republican National Committee should give the man a medal.