Decades of pocket-lining by the arrogant bureaucrats at National Institutes of Health should be subject to public scrutiny and, if we are lucky, legal penalty.
It is critical that we stand up to and forthrightly reject the Biden Administration's unconscionable new assault on freedom.
Things boil down to a question of: Who rules? Is it the people or a hive of bureaucratic would-be experts?
In embracing the permanent, one may be unfashionable, but one is never out of date.
No movement without recognized legitimacy can last. That’s the good news. The bad news is that “not lasting” can describe a lengthy and turbulent time.
The Biden Administration’s lies, errors, and miscalculations over Russia will probably hurt the American people more than Putin.
Our rulers think they have anesthetized those portions of the population they have not simply bought off. They might find that there is quite a lot of jump left in the frog yet.
They must replace him, otherwise they themselves risk being replaced, which would be intolerable.
Vladimir Putin is certainly worthy of condemnation. But that does not mean Donald Trump was wrong when he observed it would be “a good thing, not a bad thing” if America got on well with Russia.
After the current hysteria dies down, we may find the machinations of history still have a way of surprising us.
There seems to be some deep connection between the English language and that most uncommon virtue, common sense.
Canada’s prime minister won a skirmish but lost his credibility, which means that he has also lost legitimacy and will lose the war.
The deposition of Canada’s prime minister is unlikely to be so sanguinary as the Ceaușescus in Romania. But it will be no less definitive.
Maybe the Russians are doing what the Pentagon and State Department say they are doing. But our mantra should be “Don’t trust unless you can verify.”
Joe Biden came to town bearing a double-decker ice-cream smile. He likely wilI leave like Xerxes—confused, battered, alone.
Biden’s situation presents the unnamed committee who actually runs the presidency with a huge and delicate problem. It can’t last.
Will the country be able to survive three more years of a deep state conspiracy presided over by an angry, incompetent, and increasingly senile puppet?
What’s certain is not too many Americans will be willing to hand over the honor of choosing the next president to Liz Cheney and her smug, entitled, and repellent confrères.
Is liberalism the frog who blew himself up trying to be as big as an ox? In 2022 we may find out.
The myth that January 6 was an insurrection that aimed to “overthrow the government” must not be allowed to stand. The time to counter the Big Lie is now.