The aftermath of the pandemic is the perfect opportunity for the United States to lead a global rebuke and rectify the past half-century’s giant mistake.
The ruling class has finally sullied itself one time too many.
As the post-Trump American Right continues to cohere and slowly finds itself, it should look to the likes of modern-day Poland and Hungary for some concrete pointers.
Abortion returns to the Supreme Court. Pro-lifers must steel themselves for what is now to come.
In this perverse cosplay, Israel is the "white" Derek Chauvin, Hamas is the "brown" George Floyd, and the Left will not let facts or morality get in the way of the preferred woke narrative.
There are innumerable avenues for noneconomic policy to help lay the foundations for a possible new baby boom. Here's an easy one.
The GOP's future comes in the form of a multiracial working-class political coalition—not in the C-suite.
When all you’ve got is a hammer, everything looks like “systemic racism.”
As shameful as the Democrats’ present stunt may be, it is at least clarifying insofar as we see how they consider no assertion of raw political power to be off the table.
Thomas implied that Section 230 immunity for Big Tech firms may itself be constitutionally problematic and in conflict with the First Amendment.
The imperative of the moment demands that Left-liberals join the Right in an alliance against the neo-Marxism of wokeness, "cancel culture," and "anti-racism."
When is the last time anyone, even a conservative, has made an affirmative argument in favor of gun ownership based on the inherent virtue of gun ownership?
Nuking the Senate filibuster would undermine the American political order in which counter-majoritarian measures are deeply woven.
The Biden Administration’s reversal of Trump-era immigration enforcement policies seems less motivated by concern for the common good and more about a blinkered case of "Orange Man Bad."
It's not yet time to throw away the hand sanitizer or burn your masks. But it is long past time to reopen the country. Kudos to Texas and Mississippi for leading the way.
The U.S. Supreme Court has a real chance to deliver a grievous blow to a system that blights one of the nation's leading institutions. Let's hope it doesn’t blow it.
Science exists to assist in our understanding of the natural universe, but it has no answers whatsoever to life’s most existentially pressing questions.
What makes Gina Carano’s story affirmatively galling is how it yet again evinces an ever-widening chasm between ruling class elites and the dissident "deplorables" over whom they deign to rule.
But the fact that Marjorie Taylor Greene can so effortlessly retreat to the comparatively safe terrain of "free speech" should concern conservatives.
The great irony of our current politics is that the very populism so decried by the ruling class is only buttressed by that very ruling class’s censoriousness and game rigging.