Promoting the trades, in an effort to alleviate poverty and crime, and to strengthen the working-class family, will require in us a real counterrevolution, a return to common sense and decency.
Thanks in large part to technology, people for the past generation have lost that internal lust we once universally shared to form associations within our communities.
Dr. Scott Atlas warns the country is in dangerous territory if people who show data contrary to conventional wisdom are silenced.
If the progressive notion of a “living Constitution” threw the law in doubt, woke constitutionalism will destroy all fixed or limited notions of law.
Establishment disinformation and censorship are causing more offline harm than any other force.
The censorious new Jacobins castigate Frederick Douglass’s position as racist and supportive of white supremacy. Their hubris is appalling.
Thousands of miles away from the financial, political, and technological coasts of America, the bootstrapping, rugged individualists of International Falls demonstrate the true meaning of hospitality.
Parents battle the education monolith in the COVID-19 shutdown wars.
Abraham Lincoln waged a gruesome war to preserve this nation. It makes a powerful symbolic statement of our country’s demise when his statue is facedown in the mud.
The graduates of the Ivy League thus emerge with a highly regarded credential, a stellar network, but also with many common assumptions, habits, and expectations. Barrett is not part of that world.
Only when enough Americans are willing to endure the arrows of outrage Stephanie Martinez and Lauren Witzke did, will the tide turn against those who carelessly make such charges.
It is incumbent upon those of us who live in the real world to act responsibly and stand up against this distinctly 21st-century threat to the American way of life.
Is the nation’s top law enforcement agency protecting society from sociopaths or is the bureau itself sociopathic? Evidence and experience suggest the latter.
How senators might question “a Muslim woman nominated to SCOTUS.”
If today’s young anarchists think that the new boss won’t be worse than the old one, they’re in for a rude awakening.
The modern filibuster greatly handicaps the ability of the preeminent branch of the federal government, Congress, to govern, and its dysfunction causes the entire system to break down.
Former FBI counterintelligence expert Frank Figliuzzi demonstrates why FBI doesn’t stand for “fidelity, bravery, and integrity.”
People feel left out. People feel as though all of these entities are picking winners and losers. Our elections reflect that chaos, and as a result, people feel whiplash.
This is America—we have the right to speak freely and live without ancestral racial guilt.
Those who self-righteously declare “tolerance” to be their guiding virtue have just as loudly declared that disagreement will not be tolerated.