California’s one-party state can be overcome. The people are ready. Where are the political leaders?
Russia cannot buy the United States, but the Chinese can. And that’s exactly what they’re doing. They bought Joe Biden and his family. And now they’ve bought Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
As rural residents in states dominated by urban Democrats begin to visualize what life would be like if they could govern themselves, the populist momentum could become uncontainable.
It’s a battlefield where conservatives have to meet force with equal or greater force, lest everything else they fight for, and all their victories, are nullified.
They are here, and they have embraced wildfire arson as a recommended tactic. It would be foolish not to investigate the possibility.
Police in Los Angeles, like in all cities run by progressive liberals, are up against a system that is failing. It makes their jobs nearly impossible.
The neoliberal core of both of these supposedly distinct political parties is stronger than ever.
The catastrophic fires that have immolated millions of acres of forests in the Golden State were preventable, and for decades, everyone knew what had to be done.
Maybe there’s a shared consensus among elites that now is the time to screw down the freedoms Americans have taken for granted.
If these paragons of physical strength and skill want to show they have real courage, they should review the facts and tell hard truths.
Maybe America’s Latinos are “natural conservatives.” But until Spanish language media is no longer an ideologically monolithic mass of leftist propaganda, this potential will be unrealized.
The culture that we’re being steered into has no sense of humor. No ability to laugh at itself.
If Californian politicians have proven anything, it’s that their appetite for more, more, more, shall not abate. Once they’ve eaten the rich, they’re going to eat you.
Golden State Democrats are solidly in favor of restoring racism in the name of fighting racism.
America’s destiny can be to remain a leader and an example to the world, while caring for its own citizens in a way that doesn’t alienate the world, but inspires other nations to do the same.
This environmental humanist agenda that prioritizes love for humanity is a direct challenge to climate alarmists, who must now answer the question, as Michael Shellenberger writes “are they motivated by love for humanity or something closer to its opposite?”
All of this folly stems from a systemic problem, but it’s not racism. It’s that politicians have made it impossible to build affordable housing without subsidies.
Putting federal teeth into laws that are already being enacted by progressive states and cities would spell the end of suburban life in America.
Why aren’t any of the journalists and activists and donors who support the American Left also supporting open debate about inexpensive and possibly game-changing COVID-19 therapies?
Being colorblind does not “uphold racism.” It is the only way to eliminate racism.