For better or for worse, America is choosing to embrace gambling. State lawmakers may see this as a money tree, but it’s not the godsend they imagine for their budgets.
Poorly-thought out government intervention can make America’s healthcare woes even worse.
John Durham’s report is another example of why America desperately needs civil service reform.
Millions of Americans have cut the cord and no longer rely on the big networks to get their news. Republicans need to get with the times.
The GOP can still use the debt limit debate to demand cuts to unnecessary programs and left-wing slush funds. But the timing is wrong to escalate this into a shutdown.
The GOP has talked long enough about the problem of censorship. It’s time to act.
Party leaders now have to listen to Tucker Carlson and the America First base.
There is no way for Trump supporters to acquit themselves in the eyes of the liberal press. Brett Favre stands guilty just because of who he is.
Freedom of speech is meaningless if Big Tech gets the final word on what views are allowed to be spoken.
The Texas senator would reward Big Tech by weakening the Trump Administration’s IP enforcement reforms.
A criminal’s skin color shouldn’t allow him to escape justice. That would be actual systemic racism.
If professional sports teams still want their state-funded goodies, they need to ditch the political sermons.
Donald Trump’s calls for peace are at odds with most of the GOP. But a forever war in Ukraine benefits no one.
The “diversity and inclusion” agenda pushed by professional left-wing firms is just critical race theory by a more appealing name.
Republicans who tout their business-friendly environment need to realize it comes at a cost.
They would much rather shout “Slava Ukraini” than “God Bless America.”
Instead of eliminating anti-black bias in the system, the courts are creating a privileged class that stands above the law.
The elite rhetoric about “democracy” is just a ploy to dupe middle Americans into accepting permanent leftist rule.
Online safety used to be focused on preventing actual criminal activity and violence. But when antitrust legislation is used by leftists to create “safe spaces,” we’ve got a problem.
The uproar over Maus is hyperbolic to say the least. Liberals are fixated on it in order to pretend they are still the rebels fighting against the man.