A society is rotten, certifiably mad, when the cries of little kids and women being blown to smithereens do not make grown men drop their poisonous progressive protocol and run to the rescue.
The onus is on the United States, the only so-called responsible superpower, to calmly negotiate with Putin on behalf of his innocent, weak victims.
Juxtapose truckers and families, the epitome of storybook goodness, with the charmed circle of that privileged ponce Justine Trudeau. Words fail.
U.S. statecraft is driven by the arrogance of power and delusions of ideological superiority, as well as by self-serving elite concerns.
While China recovers its noble past, Americans are purging their foundational teachings and obliterating memorials and mementos to their spiritual fathers.
While clinicians on the ground met Omicron with equanimity, Western politicians working the pandemic and armed with not much more than ignorance sprung into Brownian motion.
For GOP leadership, it is impossible to mention white suffering without dragging in the "black experience."
Cars are only as clean as the original source of energy generating the vim that powers them.
As the West careens toward the COVID-centered anthill society, nobody defends the individual’s personal autonomy.
If Christians reject history’s lessons—and the imperative to harden the faith urged by Gibbon and Voltaire—perhaps they’ll heed the Hebrews.
Sending kids back to school won’t matter if they aren’t learning anything.
The job of the law is to round up the likes of the Haitian invaders and turn them back.
Big Tech bullies don’t have to entertain persons they detest in the flesh. They only have to tolerate the pixelated, written or spoken words of their ideological enemies.
American money and profligate spending habits only strengthened feudal fiefdoms and warlords.
As our skittish media hounds and politicians gnash their teeth over Afghanistan, less hysterical countries are acting calmly in their national interest.
"Always believe the victim" is a ditzy, made-in-Hollywood dogma that goes against the stellar Anglo-American common law legal tradition.
Critical race theory’s central project is to make whites accept subservience, not socialism.
If quibbling about Communism and identity politics becomes an obstacle to facing the reality of systemic anti-whiteness—then these theoretical crutches are an affront to reality
Elizabeth II has lived a life of dedication and duty, and done so with impeccable class.
Without any qualms, American authorities have boarded up small businesses and bankrupted—even arrested—their “scofflaw” owners for the crime of working. What’s next?