Leftists fear an empowered citizenry that can do things without the pre-approval of liberal bureaucrats.
Isn’t it lovely to see the language of campus insanity infect mainstream sports journalism?
And there’s nothing conservatives can do about it.
Republicans have the perfect opportunity to get out in front on this issue and show they care more about punishing our national enemies than petty partisanship.
The Kentucky Republican is no national populist champion. In the face of this emergency, he’s acting like a clown in a tricorn hat.
In Elizabeth Warren’s America, Middle America will pay the price for the imagined racism of algorithms.
There’s a clear double standard when the media asks all white Americans to take responsibility for one maniac’s mass shooting, yet we’re supposed to sympathize with black mass shooters whenever there is even a dubious charge of racism.
Globalists think that open borders make the world a better and safer place. Coronavirus shows the exact opposite. Western leaders need to learn this before it’s too late.
Twitter, Facebook, and Google have a choice: They can uphold democratic values, or they can appease censorious journalists. It should be an easy choice, but liberal ideology prevents tech execs from doing the right thing.
Sanders gives few reasons for Middle Americans to vote for him—Bernie is not the kind of populist they want.
Big Tech hates Donald Trump, yet tech execs curry favor with his son-in-law and daughter. This could impact any investigation or actions Trump takes against tech giants like Google.
Jacksonianism is built on instinct, not ideology. Donald Trump is very much the same way—but there’s always the peril that sensible instincts will fall prey to cunning manipulation.
What’s the good of free speech if we can’t share “controversial” opinions in the public squares of the 21st century?
While the search giant may do its best to argue that its copyright violation was for the greater good, that claim should fall on deaf ears. Copyright law still applies to Silicon Valley—and Google must face the music for its duplicity.
Trump should play tough on the world stage. But that doesn’t require him to make nonsensical decisions that jeopardize American priorities and lives.
It’s obvious that the think tank uses its power and influence to defend Big Tech’s interests. The Fox News host was right about its coziness with Big Tech. Heritage is just upset the shoe fits.
In America, the Democratic Party is following the path of Corbyn’s Labour Party in its support of open borders and opposition to any immigration enforcement. Trump’s 2020 campaign message is not as clear as it was in 2016, but that same platform is still as popular as it was when it won Trump the presidency.
Never mind the libertarians. Our Founders wrote the First Amendment to protect offensive views—not to protect the peddling of smut to kids.
Hill sees America only as an idea that she and other elites represent. “America First” is not American, in her book, because it’s exclusionary and imagines America may have interests that diverge from the globalist consensus.
The First Amendment protects “hate speech.” So why do so many powerful figures want to criminalize this protected speech? Because this supposed menace threatens their […]