Spontaneous resistance is powerful simply for taking place, because the system wants you to feel hopeless and alone. These parents remind us that we are legion.
A real whistleblower takes real risks and opposes corruption at the top, rather than aligning with those at the top to usher in a more perfect form of surveillance capitalism.
The old appeals to trust and expertise ring hollow, after so much failure and manifest indifference from the ruling class.
Before we let in even one more immigrant, we should ask, “Who are we letting in? And for whose benefit?”
Billionaire hedge fund owners pay much less on their investment income than the salaried schlubs.
While after 9/11 we were told to “Never Forget,” our ruling class has thrived mostly because of our forgetfulness of their failures before and after the attack.
By focusing too much on Joe Biden and his bad decisions during the withdrawal, the politicians, generals, and experts responsible for these preliminary failures are let off the hook.
More time in Afghanistan, and more Afghans in our homeland, will not contribute to our national priorities.
Rather than being an exceptional end to an otherwise successful campaign, recent events reveal the flawed strategy that preceded them.
The case for new COVID restrictions depends on assumptions about the effectiveness of these restrictions and the magnitude of the risk. These assumptions do not match the facts.
This seemingly modest change to the role of the Capitol Police will assume greater, more sinister significance in time.
To survive today’s leftist threat we need to be committed to acquiring and using power in the service of a counterrevolution.
When it comes to the current mass resistance to the vaccine, the authorities only have themselves to blame.
When a group of military officers gets together to conspire against the orders of the commander in chief, it is a real case of mutiny and treason.
Like a couple recognizing their fundamental incompatibility after years of fighting and discord, we should separate ourselves from Afghanistan.
If the administration comes for people’s guns, he will set in motion what he aims to prevent.
For the elite, the phantom problem of structural racism distracts attention from the real problem of structural economic inequality.
America needs to set aside sentimental concerns for an outdated alliance or Russia’s internal affairs and focus on our shared foreign policy interests with Russia—which include containing China.
After Trump’s presidency, the struggles of the middle class remain. Their opponents are eager for collective punishment.
Like the drawdown of America’s military following World War II, the current modernization effort could leave our forces under-equipped and undertrained to wage the wars they’ll actually encounter.