Too Few Homes, Too Many Homeless: How it Happened

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Green Luddites Are Coming for Your House, Car, and Freedom

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Immigration to America Is Not What It Used to Be

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Defining American Nationalism

The movement to Make America Great Again confronts hostility from nearly every establishment sector in American life: legacy media, social media, academia, entertainment, big corporations, […]

America’s High Frontier

On May 25, 1961, President John F. Kennedy in a speech before Congress announced the goal of sending an American to the moon and back […]

A Modest Proposal: Deluge the Woke

California is a global leader in fighting climate change. California’s citizens consistently have supported cutting edge technologies to wean their state off fossil fuel and […]

Attack of the Watermelon People

Supposedly, the “Green New Deal” is “green” because it would help the environment. But a close reading of Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s proposed resolution reveals a […]

Twilight of the Malthusians

Thomas Malthus was an English cleric and scholar living in the early 19th century who developed the theory that global population increases exponentially, while global […]