Collective guilt is no ground for citizenship.
Decades of the obstruction-only strategy have left Americans ignorant and polarized; it’s time for a constructive alternative.
By shuffling off early, we smokers are doing the ingrates a small favor. You can live as long as you like, as long as you don’t like living.
“Educating for American Democracy” is the return of Common Core under a new label, this time applied to history and civics. America can only restore its civics education by rejecting EAD.
If people are loved no matter how immorally they act, love becomes the one thing in life that is completely divorced from morality. Unconditional love makes love amoral.
Let us have no foolishness about this: those who peddle “white fragility” and “overcoming whiteness” are only selling hate and resentment. It is a recipe for civil war and dissolution.
What are the pillars of the American idea?
A man disarmed by his government is not a citizen—he’s a subject.
How an ever-growing incompetent, ideologically driven expert class keeps us servile, stunted, confused, and ignorant.
According to some critics, American conservatives are confused about rights. Perhaps these critics are confused about the founders?
The Democrats have already left the Union.
The Constitution invites us—and politics compels us—to consider redrawing state and local borders.
As the post-Trump American Right continues to cohere and slowly finds itself, it should look to the likes of modern-day Poland and Hungary for some concrete pointers.
Johnson & Johnson wants the Supreme Court to overturn a perfectly legitimate state court verdict. It's nothing short of an attack on our nation’s constitutionally protected principles of federalism.
The decent must transform their psyches and focus their wills if they are to become the dangerous folks that they need to become to neutralize the indecent and dangerous.
Caring about the whole world is a fancy way of caring only about oneself.
The reason for decades of Palestinian-Arab rejections of a state of their own is that it would mean a Jewish state in the Middle East would still exist.
Unless Americans can learn to give up our resentments, we will continue to indulge our compulsive, addictive rage, which eventually will destroy us.
We should honor our forebears for what they bequeathed to us, and squirm a little, because we would be hard put to say what we are leaving for our children, supposing that we have any.
It's difficult to see how the Middle Ages produced a better political regime than the supposedly defective work of the American founders.