To preserve Roe would be neither prudent nor courageous. It would be absurd and cowardly. And certainly not “conservative.”
Every vote from the Supreme Court’s justices on hot-button issues needs to become a political issue for the senators who voted for those justices.
Ilya Shapiro apologized for his “poor choice of words” in a series of tweets about Joe Biden’s potential Supreme Court pick. Here’s what he should have said instead.
The court can’t save us; that isn’t its role. But we can prevent it from being part of our decline and doom.
Every lie you endorse, even by omission, weakens you and stains your soul. Which is what you’re doing when you put your “preferred pronouns” in your email signature.
Each of us is flesh and blood, and we need embodied love and affirmation. The satisfaction we crave won’t come through a screen—not even if a childhood hero is on it.
The elderly aren’t loyal Democrats; but educated, career women are.
“Every one shall sit in safety under his own vine and fig tree and there shall be none to make him afraid.” This is the promise of America and the plan Republicans must offer.
Sanctioning lawyers who are fighting to uphold the country’s election process is a great way to scare away competent, qualified, and strong ones from taking charged cases.
Hannah-Jones’ interview revealed that she is a thin-skinned racist with a victim-martyr complex who loves socialism and wouldn’t know a fact if it walked up and introduced itself to her.
It’s infected every single institution in the country. And it’s downright revolutionary.
Democrats, supporters of baby butchering, are begging the bishops not to deny them the Eucharist for that ghoulish, immoral stance. They should be ignored.
Cancel culture offends our sense of justice because it is often aimed retroactively and because it is disconnected from any possibility of forgiveness.
Unless Americans can learn to give up our resentments, we will continue to indulge our compulsive, addictive rage, which eventually will destroy us.
You’ve never needed officialdom’s blessing to live according to your pre-pandemic ways. Stop thinking and acting as though you do.
Austin Ruse suggests doing the only thing we can in the present crisis: Act to achieve our desired outcomes when and where possible, prudently. After that, it’s up to God.
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?