It appears the new First Amendment commanding the administrative state gives us a theology, reason, and politics radiating from the new gods that rule our public life.
As his speech on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre makes clear, Joe Biden is far more dangerous than Franklin Roosevelt, who made partisan hatred the basis of the modern Democratic Party.
Will the Democrats surrender their white privilege?
Steven Smith’s endeavor was a failure from its start when it denounced half the country as extremists.
Is America a disembodied spirit (that is, a ghost) or a real nation? In carefully considering this question, we are not without resources to guide us, in the 1776 Report.
Asians did not always aspire to be passive victims.The Asian elites’ cowardly, opportunistic Atlanta outbursts drive home the similarity of their character to that of wailing North Koreans.
In Montgomery County, Maryland, people will die whom science and common sense could have saved.
Harvard’s Laurence Tribe turns Clarence Thomas and his recent dissent in the Pennsylvania election case into a cartoon caricature. This is sophistry, not legitimacy.
We are seized by rampages of resentment against each other and against the great achievements of our civilization’s past. Those achievements reprimand us, making us feel petty and small.
Despite its best efforts, leftist jurisprudence of the past 50 years cannot so easily discard the American political tradition of religious freedom.
By making “unity” his goal and “truth” his defense, he can label his opponents as liars and threats to democracy.
In running and likely ruining himself, whether he won or lost, President Trump fulfilled his moral duty to his country while satisfying his ambition.
Our politicians today have rejected transcendent religion as a guide for our politics and exchanged it for racial identity.
Far from being a threat to liberty and freedom of religion, President Trump’s proclamation on St. Thomas Becket teaches Americans how their Western heritage embodies the great struggles of the past.
Richard Nixon showed his mettle as the first president to oppose the progressivism behind the destruction of constitutional government. Trump should be lauded for defending constitutional government.
Denying this meaning of the rule of law and its dependence on fundamental, natural rights turns federalism and the meaning of the Supremacy Clause on their head.
Will it be the Constitution or COVID? Is justice blind or masked?
Citizenship is the key question of 2020. The founders rejected British common law, which never mentioned citizens, only subjects. Democrats would take us back to that.
The smooth-talking demagogue from Delaware invokes the authoritarian ghost of Democrats past.
The passage of Proposition 16 threatens to inflame California in an ugly way we thought we had outgrown.