Language has been corrupted and conscripted into the Left’s political project and forced to create narratives in service of power instead of the truth.
Everyone needs to stand up for what is right. But for what is right to win out in the end, people need to band together in solidarity for protection and mutual support.
The SAFE Act rightly prevents vulnerable minors from irrevocably disfiguring their bodies. That the Arkansas governor cannot see that and say so is pathetic.
What good are Senate Republicans who can’t force a tie-breaking vote on a radical culture warrior who has sought to crush religious dissenters, independent journalists, and pro-life pregancy centers?
The closing argument President Trump should make.
The modern filibuster greatly handicaps the ability of the preeminent branch of the federal government, Congress, to govern, and its dysfunction causes the entire system to break down.
Barrett could ensure that the admirable ideal that animated Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s career—equality before the law regardless of sex—is more and more fully realized.
Democrats will be desperate to throw everything they can at the Senate’s walls to see what sticks in a mad rush to stop Judge Barrett from ascending to the highest court in the land. Happily, none of it will work, nor should it.
If we cannot rally around equality before the law and within our institutions, and embrace color blindness within our own hearts, then we will not survive as a nation.
Right now, the political branches can exercise the inherent authority they already possess to counteract anti-constitutional court decisions through ordinary legislation.
It’s very disturbing that a rival faith has taken up residence in my Church and that my priests willingly and even eagerly pray the prayers of this false religion.
Fr. Jenkins thinks his position as Notre Dame’s president means people are dying to hear from him. Truthfully, we aren’t. Not if he’s going to sound like an excuse-making infanticide cheerleader.
To delay any longer skewering Roe, even as we cower behind talk of “methods,” “process,” and “umpires,” is to commit voluntarily to play judicial politics with one hand tied behind our back. It’s foolish behavior that needs to end.
In what sense do professional hockey players “skate for black lives”? How does hockey, whether played well or poorly (or at all), “end racism” or bring about “better days”? Does the act of playing hockey “fix” racism?
It is foolish in the extreme to pretend that politics can be excised from major, governmental action, as with COVID-19 and the riot-protests.
Why won’t Michigan’s legislature—the political branch that most represents Michiganders—embrace its role in the state’s constitutional system?
The litigious Michigan legislature has endorsed the idea that the courts alone can save Michiganders from Governor Whitmer’s grip. This is a lie.
Real education only takes place when people share a space in real time—just as we’d expect, given our nature as embodied persons.
Conservatives need to stop letting progressives define the limits of acceptable viewpoints and start “fighting for those who have no voice.”
It’s no exaggeration to say that American politics has operated in Herbert Croly’s and FDR’s shadow ever since the Great Depression—nearly a century.