Valediction Contradiction

The president looked positively toward the future. But he failed in his farewell address to warn Americans of the dangers ahead.

Some Kind of Gestapo

Democrats, with the help of many Republicans, appear to be falling back on “some kind of Gestapo,” and let’s not credit it with being directed humanely.

Money, Money, Money

In our recent election, counties representing 70 percent of gross domestic product voted for an oligarchic coalition of progressives, Big Tech, and Big Finance.

Geezers’ Palace

The etiquette of deferring to age has to give way for a time until age again defers to youth and the future.

Aloha, Electors!

If the Supreme Court will not provide a remedy in the Texas lawsuit, what is the remedy? A law is not a law if it does not provide a remedy.

Blitzkrieg Ballots

The blitz is on! Is there sufficient time between Election Day and certification to allow a challenge based on the general conduct of the election affecting a very large number of votes?

Foxed Up Beyond All Recognition

Fox News—with programming led by Tucker Carlson, Lou Dobbs, and Sean Hannity—remained through the 2020 campaign the only large venue for diverse, if biased, information. That ended on Election Night.

Secession, Succession, and Concession

People cannot trust their lives, their families, and their welfare to majoritarian politics without unanimity as to their character as one people. Democrats have all but abandoned that understanding.

Sobre Hombres Libres: On Free Men

Cuando un estadounidense vota por presidente, se hace eco del espíritu de esos humildes granjeros que dispararon. When a person is chosen by the United States he feels it inside with a great passion.