Pay attention to zoning decisions in your cities and counties. At all levels, densification and “inclusionary” zoning laws are rolling across the nation. Stopping this is a prerequisite to preserving American freedom.
Compassion, properly tempered with common sense, and properly balanced with the other fundamental moral values, may seem harsh, but the results are what matter, not the rhetoric.
Is this kind of conflagration too convenient to ever try to prevent, insofar as it generates righteous "Thunbergian" green thunder across the world, solving nothing, but further empowering the bureaucrats?
Ideology is color blind. Patriotism is color blind. Faith is color blind. As Benjamin Franklin once said, we must hang together, or surely we shall hang separately.
Nationalism, tempered by centrism, offers a political pathway towards a multiethnic future that should not be written off as an impossible sell until the sales pitch has been made.
The fate of all humanity, not just that of America, depends on debunking these two fundamental premises of the Left, both of which are easily contradicted by facts.
Why should academia be merely for the academics? If they are changing our world, perhaps it’s time for us to change theirs.
The biggest lie in American politics today is that Republicans are the party of the wealthy elite, and the Democrats are fighting for the little guy.
The saddest part of the diversity bureaucracy is its delusional message that race and ethnicity and gender matter more than hard work and academic achievement.
The time for persuasion is not over. In our quest to form alliances, the probability of success is greater when logic is expressed with love, when fear is countered with calm, resentment with friendship.
Take away the puppeteers, take away the technology driven Pavlovian polarization unique to this era, and we are still Americans. We can be bigger than our differences, if we want.
The tech companies should take heed: Censorship validates extremist content, both for the producer and the consumer.
People who demand the rapid elimination of fossil fuels need to either face the algebraic impossibility of doing that, or be honest and disclose their true motives.
Four groups comprising a supermajority of Californians are exempt from the consequences of liberalism. But only one of these four groups has to be peeled away to change the political landscape in the Golden State.
The Southern Poverty Law Center and Media Matters called it a “hate site.” YouTube agreed and wiped out hundreds of videos with more than 300,000 subscribers and millions of views. Now Red Ice TV co-founder and co-host Lana Lokteff answers the charges, makes the case for freedom of unpopular speech, and reveals what it’s like to be “canceled” by Big Tech.
In a world where truth, justice, and the American Way still exist—an America that still believes in some sort of ultimate accountability—what the Golden State’s elites are doing is literally sinful.
If California’s politicians feel obligated to create a public perception that they are in a permanent state of war with President Trump, that’s just politics. But they’ve been braying about climate change for decades, and far too many of the things they’re doing in the name of fighting climate change are just plain stupid and wasteful.
An executive order from President Trump declaring a state of emergency, followed by an interagency effort, could get America’s homeless crisis under control. And it could happen in months instead of interminable years.
What if global warming, regardless of the cause, will not race catastrophically upwards? What if some warming, and somewhat more CO2 in the atmosphere, is mostly good for the planet and for humanity? What if extreme weather is not bound to become more extreme than ever? Even if anthropogenic CO2 emissions are driving the planet headlong into an apocalyptic nightmare, climate skeptics should be heard.
In the absence of religion, patriotism, and traditions of family and community, people have found new ideologies to absorb their passions.