We depend on the state for everything from government jobs and student loans to occupational licenses and the use of public resources. And we have the habits of mind to prove it.
Our schools and universities are ours. We built them, we paid for them, and we want them back.
If the last 18 months have taught us anything, it is that we do not live in a rational world.
They govern in your name for their own sakes, and for the sake of a globalist vision that exists to serve themselves and their friends.
Americans grounded their revolution in the eternal principles of natural law and natural right, and in so doing provided a roadmap for all who would reclaim the liberty that God has granted them.
Scott Yenor recognizes the family is disintegrating and that this is the result of an intentional project of the radical Left. How does one reach a modus vivendi with such people?
Antifa in Seattle has done us the favor of reminding us of Marxist realities on a small, comical scale.
Somehow Michigan’s governor, and others like her, will have to be compelled to respect the rule of law and the rights of the people.
The “War on COVID-19” is shaping up to look a lot like the “War on Poverty,” the “War on Drugs,” and the “War on Terror”—in other words, another ill-defined crusade requiring massive expansion of government power with no realistic goals and no clear ending.
What is this crisis teaching us about ourselves and our institutions?
Every time they predict Trump’s downfall, they’re masking their own insecurities. Every time they accuse his administration of corruption, they’re trying to distract from their own corruption. It will get worse before it gets better, but time is running out.