No, Joe Biden can’t train us to see the world anew. But with enough power, he and his party may well be able to compel a great many of us to pretend to see it as they say we should.
Lying is an integral part of leftism, because the leftist mindset is not about truth but about power and control.
In this climactic battle of our decades-long culture war, we need to win—or be prepared to lose in ways beyond imagining.
Is this the way real Americans react to treason?
As in 1964, the Republican candidate is right about virtually everything on which he and his opponent differ, while the Democrat, if put in the Oval Office, will surely soon lose his luster.
Until now, Trump Derangement Syndrome could be dismissed as the cries of impotent rage by sore losers of a fair election. Now we’re hearing the vengeful howls of people who no longer feel impotent.
How do we know? The people who tried to pull off this election heist are drawn from the same swamp as the conspirators in the Russia hoax.
The people who put Biden in office are aspiring totalitarians and their unwitting, brainwashed tools. Never underestimate the deadly seriousness of aspiring totalitarians.
If anything is bogus or baseless, it is the endlessly repeated statement by “mainstream” media organs that no evidence exists of malfeasance in the casting or counting of votes.
More black and Latino voters than ever have walked off the Democratic plantation.
Trump saw that most of the Middle East was ready to love its children more than they hated Israel. He got it. And he acted upon it, to remarkable effect.
How can a voter who really loves his country not see that this isn’t about Trump? It’s about America, the last best hope of civilization.
For voters who make voting decisions on aesthetic grounds, Biden is the electoral equivalent of comfort food.
No one who was familiar with Aslan’s writings should have been terribly surprised by his Friday night tweet, which some would justifiably describe as an explicit threat of physical violence.
Can we ever recover that patriotic unity we had in the aftermath of that horrible day? Or has 2020 set us on a path to utter disintegration?
At long last, the president tackles the "critical race theory" infecting the federal workforce.
Some inconvenient truths about North African slavery.
Postmodern drivel is unsavory enough when it’s coming from business leaders and the like. But when it’s coming from people who hold responsible positions in the literary world it’s especially appalling.
We can’t even be sure that the best president of modern times will win reelection over a doddering fool in thrall to our society’s most dangerous elements.
There’s a certain poetic justice in Princeton’s canceling of Woodrow Wilson, who was—irony of ironies—the granddaddy of today’s left-wing cancel culture.