If we once thought we could afford to scoff at the woke antics of professors, the looming conquest of the corporate world by the Left should be seen for the grave threat to America that it is.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO is an occasionally sympathetic figure for conservatives, who, like Musk, are outsiders disdained by the woke elite. But he’s not coming to save you.
Citizens of the West seem determined to stick our heads in the sand as the world moves further and further beyond us.
By the time this decade is over, analysts may find that comparisons to the 1970s have grown stale; the challenges we face are on a scale not seen since the 1930s.
Every American has a moral and legal right to be judged based on his or her individual merits.
Joe Biden’s thoughtless, casual, and inflated rhetoric is taking America to the brink of war.
Joe Biden has been modeling just the kind of loose talk and sloppy execution of diplomacy and strategy that, historically, engenders misunderstandings, war, and epic tragedy.
Leaders in Ukraine, Russia, and throughout the West should consider the risks of proceeding on the current path, and they should make affirmative decisions to change course.
The denigration of Joe Biden will escalate steadily.
He may have dazzled much of the global elite with his faux-nerdy magnetism, but real people are affected by Musk's business practices.
Given how much his own party hates him, the West Virginia senator should make the switch.
If Manchin and Sinema sink the infrastructure bill and the reconciliation bill, moderates and progressives in the Democratic caucus and in the Democratic Party as a whole will blame each other.
In Afghanistan, Biden did not cleave to Donald Trump’s policy at all. He altered it.
Jeff Bezos’ company, Blue Origin, and its spectacular rocket, “New Shepard,” are much to be admired. Bezos the man is a different story.
Whatever harms Big Tech will inevitably help conservatives, free speech, and thus America.
A House run would be an “outside the box” play. But if Donald Trump has proved anything over the last six years, it’s that the old political rules no longer apply.
When we weigh a person’s guilt or innocence, their actions alone are what should determine our final verdict.
Without question, New York’s killer governor Andrew Cuomo should go. But let’s send him packing the right way.
What’s extraordinary about the 2020 election is not that it was lost but how close Donald Trump and his voters came to full-scale victory.
Assuming that future elections are fair, or even reasonably fair, we have every reason to expect that the GOP will be back on top, and soon.