We cannot win the culture war by responding to the Left’s narrative. We need to create our own narratives.
As in 2016, one of the Russian president’s chief goals is to sow discord in the American electorate and discredit the 2020 election’s legitimacy. In this, he has plenty of help.
Get ready. The media, Democrats, and partisans within the intelligence community are ready to launch their sequel to the Russia-gate 2016 lie, and it’s treading all too familiar ground.
The Left has politicized and created a two-tiered justice system, one for the privileged Left and one for its enemies and everyone else. What do you think the Left is going to do with a government-run healthcare system?
Yet again, the Left ascribes its sins to its victims. And, yet again, the Left falsely portrays itself as the victim of the aggrieved people the Left has sinned against.
To the Left, property is property, be it physical or intellectual, and confiscation is confiscation. They believe your property is theirs to confiscate.
Through several administrations, the United States has bent at the knee to Communists in China. We should not be surprised when the United Kingdom compromises with them.
What center-right populism seeks in the public sector is to match our consumer-driven economy with a citizen-driven government, one based on a principle that increases individual liberty and strengthens the bonds of traditional community.
Believing small is beautiful and taking advantage of the individual empowerment provided to them by the communications revolution, the vast majority of the rising generation is employing the tools of virtual community to forge stronger bonds of a new kind of traditional community. They are intuitive populists.
There is a segment of our citizenry that yearns for traditional community. But their yearning is often misunderstood since it is filtered through the vocabulary of the Left.
Today’s burst of populism, like the first burst that ended the elitism of the Era of Good Feelings, is a call for individual control and for restoring community.
Even while giving thanks on a Merry American Boxing Day, the battle to keep our free republic continues.
America’s blue-collar workers know that today, when the Democrats talk about “green collar jobs,” they’re telling blue-collar workers to “learn to code.” And their response needs no translation.
The Left is lying not to beat Republicans so much as beat the rap.
The Democratic Party isn’t democratic. Their egalitarian pose helps them take power from the people and serve them up to their real constituents in the administrative state.
A new and dire manifesto demands population control that would dictate who gets to eat, have heat, and procreate to save the world with “social integrity”—whatever that means, other than nothing good.
A Senate investigation revealed thousands of Chinese nationals working for key U.S. agencies were secretly on Beijing’s payroll. Where’s the outrage?
What do all three of these ideologies have in common? Their inherently evil impact upon those who disagree and dissent.
For liberal bubble boys, cognitive dissonance is a hell of a drug.
Andrei Vyshinsky, Esq., joins the team. "Let the healing begin," Pelosi says.