America's 16th president on how the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution fit together.
The only way “liberation” may be pursued is through the systematic dismantling of liberty as it was understood at the founding of this nation 244 years ago this weekend.
Even as the very scenario that demonstrates the need for high-capacity magazines unfolded in St. Louis, the Colorado Supreme Court endorsed the view that you don’t need one.
Why this American Founder believed July 2, 1776, would be “the most memorable epocha in the history of America.”
Why aren’t we challenging our cozy assumptions that things can’t get worse?
This is why men can’t talk about their fathers. Our reverence cuts too close to the very core of who we are as men.
If there is hope to be found, a significant portion of that hope must lie with America’s fathers. Fathers like those who taught their sons and daughters to carry on.
In Bostock, the Supreme Court has taken the fateful step to assert that a common word, vital to social relations, can mean whatever anyone wants it to mean.
Intelligence invests in illusion when the need for illusion is deep.
We ruin reputations, we tear down monuments to our flawed benefactors, we destroy lives with a glee and a certitude that would make the old inquisitors blush.
Everything unique to an individual, whether physical things or rights of conscience or data, belong to the individual. A government created out of the consent of the governed that fails to protect these rights is an unjust government.
Leftists fear an empowered citizenry that can do things without the pre-approval of liberal bureaucrats.
The hypocrite is not the person who says one thing and does another. He is the play-actor, the man or woman who puts on a show of righteousness, to fool himself first of all, because he is his own favorite audience.
The “1619 Project” is a genuine and instructive exercise in “fascist attitudes and activity” as described by Mussolini.
The tech industry and its advocates may not think this debate should happen, but lawmakers certainly do.
Why won’t Michigan’s legislature—the political branch that most represents Michiganders—embrace its role in the state’s constitutional system?
You are being gaslit, but not by a sociopathic manipulator. Instead, the growing psychic pressure is the constricting consensus of an increasingly popular fabricated reality. You are on the business end of a casual conspiracy of complicity.
States and their interests, both cultural and historical, to recall Charles de Gaulle, are eternal. They do not, and will never, take a backseat to ideology of any sort. Including our own.
The litigious Michigan legislature has endorsed the idea that the courts alone can save Michiganders from Governor Whitmer’s grip. This is a lie.
When the only seemingly possible solution is using the power of the government to crush those who disagree, it is time to rethink the entire paradigm.