Call a spade a spade.
American foreign policy is buckling under its own contradictions. We no longer have the luxury of decadence.
The solution is not some sort of secession or civil war. The solution is for the Right to stop being rank amateurs when it comes to politics and governance.
One thing I can say with confidence is that the government will not act. It will do too little, too late.
When politicians align with the people, they succeed. But when they abuse their power and the trust placed in them by the people, they will be consumed in wrath as Terry McAuliffe was.
If a soldier goes to a military hospital or a private provider to receive an approved Pfizer COVID vaccine, he will be administered the unapproved Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Coerced, it’s illegal.
We need support from those in a position to rally mass strikes and acts of civil disobedience against vaccine passports before it’s too late.
Billions of dollars are at stake, not just for the mRNA vaccine makers, but for efforts to develop new antiviral drugs, ones that can be patented and sold at a significant markup.
The once widely accessible domestic institution of marriage is becoming more and more the domain of a fortunate few.
Average testosterone levels in American men have steadily plummeted since the 1980s. Here’s why it matters, why it’s happening—and how to fix it.
We have the legal and Constitutional means to save the American system of self-government. All that remains to be seen is if we have the will to save our country.
Donald Trump is positioned to win, potentially by a very strong margin in the Electoral College. But for this to happen, he’s going to need a very strong Election Day turnout.
Rather than clawing to regain the vestiges of an archaic political campaign culture, the American people should embrace the Thunderdome.