Hating white Americans, denying them the same sense of identity—and thus dignity—that is afforded to every other group is the point.
The Declaration of Independence says revolutionary change should not be undertaken for “light and transient causes.” We are well past that now.
Some people thought James Burnham’s identification of liberalism with civilization’s suicide was hyperbolic. In light of American institutions’ embrace of anti-Americanism, what would they say now?
Liberty matters and is tied to your economic choices.
We know too much, and we know too little. We have a lot of data and precious little wisdom. This is no way to run a country. And it’s no way to preserve a civilization.
Our freedom is not to be measured by what our laws permit us to do, but by what our habits and the innumerable features of our culture give us the power to accomplish without the oversight of law.
Fear is the only language the violent comprehend.
It is a supremely imprudent policy to make the court more political, and it ought to be resisted.
Biden is accelerating the gun control agenda to divert attention away from the real crises at the border and elsewhere in the United States.
Only by rediscovering and elevating our Christian culture can we differentiate ourselves from the new evil empire.
That we begin now, this springtime, to embrace the divine in our lives more fully, more resolutely, and more gratefully than ever, is an Easter and Passover prayer for all of us.
What will we get in America if Christianity and Judeo-Christian values die?
One of the most trenchant critics and historians of American culture died more than 25 years ago. What do his writings tell us about the present crisis? Turns out, quite a lot.
Anyone who aims to chill, curtail, infringe, or end free speech has outed themselves as an aspiring tyrant and must be stopped.
If Americans choose to fight the coming authoritarian leviathan, they should examine the history of other political movements and the resulting lessons learned at the edge of liberty and tyranny.
Yes, but conservative populism—both as an ideological movement and as a practical political agenda—will evolve with or without the libertarians.
Most governments in human history presume that the government is all-powerful, and then carves out certain restrictions where it cannot act. Our constitution does exactly the opposite.
Right now, we are 80 million couch potatoes and keyboard warriors with rifles in our bedroom closets. This is not a force to be reckoned with.
The freedom of gun owners to transfer guns, keep such transactions hidden from the government, and generally to have the government out of their lives is an important component of being a free people.
The American way is to lay claim to our unalienable right to liberty.