Making laws shouldn’t be a full-time job—the idea that we’d treat it as such would have struck the delegates to the first United States Congress as very peculiar.
There is no point in hoping the next election will be magically less fraudulent than the last one. Hope gives you an excuse not to act.
The Left now openly supports everything we used to accuse them of supporting.
You can’t be a good leftist unless you have someone else’s money to live on. And most of the country is busy paying for the lifestyle of the small remainder.
Today, we are living through a new assault on freedom, coming this time not from without but from within.
If you prefer safety to freedom, that’s your choice: It’s a free country. But I’m for freedom. That is the essence of America.
It is time for states to end this tyranny by reasserting their own rights.
The California politicians have already placed their bet.
If America is to enjoy a new birth of freedom, it starts with those Americans who believe there are some things more important than safety, some things dearer even than life.
When politicians abuse their power, they should be treated far worse than average people, because their power and responsibility are so much greater. Bring back the stocks!
Federal, state, and local governments plan to make people’s lives miserable if they don’t get the jab. It’s time to tell the politicians and bureaucrats to go to hell.
The idea that religion must be expelled from all public places is a lie and a fraud—a Marxist trojan horse: The goal isn’t to expel all religion. The goal is to expel all competing religions.
Not too late to beat Beijing. But it's too late to avoid fighting.
The FBI is doing things the dangerous way—with guns and noise and violence—because they want to send a message.
Whatever the intention, and whatever the explanation, there is no denying that school shootings are really the only effective political lever against gun ownership.
When government pushes too hard against American liberty, there can be surprising limits to its power.
The West Virginia Democrat is a very savvy politician. But he doesn’t represent Americans or the people of his state or the spirit of compromise. He’s a phony.
Fire your local Mitt Romney and replace him with someone who loves America and hates politics.
The meeting last week in the U.K. is just a reminder of what happens whenever we allow actors to take the place of leaders.
A man disarmed by his government is not a citizen—he’s a subject.