When a group of military officers gets together to conspire against the orders of the commander in chief, it is a real case of mutiny and treason.
The term “CINO” may be just what we need to sort the wheat from the chaff in political philosophy in America, just as “RINO” helps us understand American party politics.
Instead of worshipping at the feet of political elites and offering our own freedoms as sacrifice, we must place our faith in the almighty Creator once more.
The advancement of technology has tended to make us less patient and less willing to take the time to consider why those vital limits to power were set down as they were in the Constitution.
If we cannot reconcile progress with preservation, if we believe the two are irreconcilable, we cannot be a nation of Hamiltonian powers and Jeffersonian rights.
Wittingly or unwittingly, many voices on the Right are advancing the Progressives’ cause instead of truth, justice, and the American way.
When government pushes too hard against American liberty, there can be surprising limits to its power.
We don’t need fuzzy platitudinous tweets about America from Republican politicians. What we need right now is what we might call “politics for adults.”
This July 4, let us remember the great civil rights movements that the Declaration of Independence inspired.
“Consensus” in the American education establishment is not a recommendation. It is a warning.
It wasn’t just that the colonists believed they had a right to defend their property, their speech, and every other inherent right: they believed they had an obligation to defend them.
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.