Woke corporations aren’t our friends and we should stop acting like they are. If they want to play games with our rights, we should beat them like rented mules when it comes to their bottom line.
The government may never understand the principle which their own behavior so amply demonstrates: That incentives for abuse will create abuse.
The challenge CEOs are issuing to Americans is that they are too big to take on and too big to fail.
If you’re just a grubby striver, firm in your conviction that you deserve to succeed or fail based upon your own abilities and efforts, know well that elite institutions are now arrayed against you.
Here we are again with the self-congratulatory Left slaving away to get rid of guns, and with far too few conservatives bestirring themselves to get rid of murderers.
Americans should start associating the accusation of disinformation with the frauds and censors who use it.
It is hard to write any words that do justice to what was lost on that day in May 1889.
Before mandating that all new cars sold have to be electric vehicles by 2035, legislators in New York, as in all blue states, have to come to terms with energy realities.
Presumably airplanes not falling out of the sky is just as important as who wins the Super Bowl.
It took two decades for a slumbering America to shake loose from the railroad villains. In the face of new oligarchs, we can do it again.
Wokeism is creating a future group of politically incorrect Trotskyites on a proverbial rendezvous with a Mexican ice pick, given that by birth they will never be woke enough for the new Stalinism.
Andrew and Chris Cuomo are an embarrassment to Italian-Americans.
Without any qualms, American authorities have boarded up small businesses and bankrupted—even arrested—their “scofflaw” owners for the crime of working. What’s next?
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has cut loose any moorings with anything that might be interpreted as Main Street or conservative.
International profits are the financial reason woke corporations can slander and cancel half of America.
Let’s stop pretending that those who repeatedly vote for truly destructive governments are just victims yearning to become “the people.”
We are not going away, dying off, committing any form of suicide or going out of business. We won’t be canceled, either.
Baseball “commissar” Rob Manfred would be well advised to shut up and play ball.
Thomas implied that Section 230 immunity for Big Tech firms may itself be constitutionally problematic and in conflict with the First Amendment.
American exceptionalism was always part of Coca-Cola’s identity, until it wasn’t.