There are many signs, including the announcement of the 1776 Commission, that the conscience of the country is awakening.
There is nothing at all comical about the implosion of the American media.
Here is the indigestible truth for the Democrats. Donald Trump has had the most successful first term of any president in memory, maybe ever.
For Vicky Osterweil, “Looting represents a material way that riots and protests help the community.”
Heroes, promise, opportunity, and greatness versus a round-the-clock obsession with racism and identity politics, climate hysteria, open borders, and higher taxes. Which is the more attractive?
There are several possibilities, including aliens. (Maybe.)
Joe Biden doesn’t make gaffes. He is a gaffe.
This time, we’ve traveled to the very edge of the abyss.
The hooligans smashing up courthouses and police stations as they pursue indiscriminate carnage are fired by the same unholy “train of disorderly appetites” that Edmund Burke anatomized 230 years ago.
Orwell intended Nineteen Eighty-Four as a warning, an admonition. Our woke social justice warriors, supposing they are even aware of Orwell’s work, would seem to regard it as a plan of action, a how-to manual.
The Democrats thought they could ride the tiger to victory. Instead, they will be consumed by the monster they created but could not control.
Looking back on the 2020 election, historians will say the Mt. Rushmore speech was the moment that Donald Trump won reelection.
The systematic campaign to undermine an incoming presidential administration through politicized investigations is a true constitutional crisis.
By all means, rename the Ivy League university founded on the riches of a slave-trader. But replace it with a more honorable name.
How the “resounding tinkle of virtue” has poisoned our politics.
A coalition of prominent Catholics has asked prominent Democrats to step up and defend American Catholics against anti-Catholic bigotry. Will they do it?
Like the word “heretic” in an earlier age, “racism” is more weapon than word.
For the past two months, the country has been on a moral bender, intoxicated by fear and panic. As with most benders, the aftermath will be painful.
Tyranny is always more palatable when swaddled in the conviction of its own virtue.
Is the president right? Will we quickly revert to the status quo ante? No one knows.