If any issue could attract bipartisan opposition to Biden’s progressive agenda, this is it. Citizens should mobilize and demand reform.
The Right has a lot of work to do before it can be assured that what it has to offer will attract enough support to dethrone the progressives. Facing tough facts would be a good place to start.
Are we going to nurture an economy of competitive abundance, or one of scarcity and rationing imposed by monopolistic business interests that hide behind environmentalist and anti-racist rhetoric?
A policy agenda that walks away from public works because they offend libertarian principles needs to offer a viable alternative.
With more than 1.8 million signatures in hand, a special election to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom is looking more likely. That presents opportunities for Republicans—and a nightmare.
There are thousands of black Americans who aren’t merely part of the populist conservative, pro-Trump movement, but who are leaders in this movement. And tens of thousands more are stepping up.
Woke ideology isn't funded by grassroots communists. It is financed by global corporations and leftist billionaires. The intent is to destroy the sense of shared identity that defines America.
This is an existential battle. Siphoning off voters from the side that’s fighting the hardest to preserve individual liberty and economic freedom is not principled. It is nihilism.
To understand what the establishment (of which Joe Biden is a mere figurehead) has in mind for America, we must first understand the Golden State.
It isn’t conservative populists who need to do the soul searching in the wake of Trump’s defeat. It is the libertarians who need to decide what they want to do when they grow up.
With the right leadership, California can be transformed within a few short years. That is what the campaign to recall Gavin Newsom provides the opportunity to do.
In today’s upside-down political culture, moderate centrism has become stigmatized as extremism.
This is what we can expect from Biden’s financialized economy, ascendant now over Trump’s productivity economy.
Americans who voted for Trump for all the right reasons should take heart from what is happening in the Golden State. Broad new coalitions are possible. California shows how.
Libertarians like spoiler Senate candidate Shane Hazel fail to appreciate that America can be just as thoroughly dominated by big corporations and powerful oligarchs as it can be by big government.
The powers that be are alienating millions and millions of people. Every time they tell another lie, or silence another voice, the number grows.
Eric Garcetti’s homelessness policies are destroying Los Angeles and provide a window into the way the donor class uses “woke” compassion to enrich themselves.
Americans who supported President Trump’s policies on trade, energy and the environment, immigration, foreign policy, deregulation, education, and free speech are in a fight for their lives.
Ultimately, the purveyors of this study have provided us another place to look for the good guys. That was certainly not their intention, but we thank them for their service.