Americans confronted with brazen, in-your-face racism have started pushing back on what is self-evidently a genocidal teaching.
Segregating Americans by vaccination is not inevitable, it is an alternative. But an entire year of authoritarian control met a supine response from much of the population.
It is white liberals, not conservatives, who are torching civil society.
Americans are being told this is no longer our home. We are guests now, and it is we who must assimilate to an increasingly foreign, hostile land.
The past year has offered plenty of lessons on the power of propaganda, of the cowardice of mobs, of the perils of blindly trusting government.
The pervasive myth of our time is that the Left desires equality. Critical race theory teaches that white people are a class enemy.
Instead of engaging in outrage theater over “extremists” in their ranks and playing into overwrought narratives of supposed “insurrection,” Republicans should be focusing on protecting their voters.
After four years of being disparaged by Donald Trump as the enemy of the people, America’s ruling class is out for revenge.
After years of bitter counterinsurgency, the Left finally has their orange scalp. And they want many, many more.
If the Left gets their way, Lincoln will someday be remembered no differently than George Wallace.
Trump supporters hear Biden’s platitudes, see his phony, cadaverous smile, and expect nothing but unremitting hostility. And they are right.
Do Americans still have the spirit and character necessary for free and ordered government, or not?
America does not produce many great men anymore, but Trump is a great man.
The ruling class that the people rejected in 2016 and which has fought the president for four years is out in the open like never before.
The real meaning of Biden’s rhetoric is simply this: Put the ruling class back in charge, we know better.
This election may be our last chance to save what’s left of the country our Founders left us. Let’s make it count.
Biden and the Left are trying to scare Americans instead with boogeymen from the past.
If it is partisan to demand transparent elections and oppose lawlessness, then Trump is partisan to the core.
Trump is the first and may be the last American president to challenge institutional anti-Americanism.
Americans may not be as patriotic as we once were, but do we still basically think of ourselves as belonging to the nation of Washington and Lincoln? On November 3, we will find out.