When protests and riots started sweeping the country after the May 25 death of George Floyd, the FBI clocked another record in June by conducting more than 3.9 million background checks.
This is a campaign issue that frightens the Left, and with good reason. Republicans should move swiftly.
Can we, for the sake of our children’s children, find at the last moment a way to reverse course, to step back from the brink, to find a future timeline that avoids the dreadful singularity of civil war?
Embattled Americans should run regular checks on what condition their conditioning is in.
Like so many other organizations that began in the service of a reasonable—even noble!—cause, AARP has become merely an excuse to rake in the cash for a handful of executives.
How President Trump can achieve justice for the American people.
Unlike systemic racism, intellectual indentureship could quickly become a reality in America.
The federal government is more than justified in preventing students, parents, and teachers from being subjected to anti-American “history.”
BoyWiki’s supposedly informational purpose masks a more sinister service: networking for members of the international pedophile community.
An unfair comparison of AT&T CEO John Stankey and Admiral Takijiro Onishi of the Imperial Japanese Navy.
With the possible exception of narrowly targeted investments in science and technology, it is long past time to defund American higher education of every single taxpayer dollar.
In what sense do professional hockey players “skate for black lives”? How does hockey, whether played well or poorly (or at all), “end racism” or bring about “better days”? Does the act of playing hockey “fix” racism?
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s plan to gin up counts for the 2020 Census in Chicago involves an interesting, if appropriate, mascot.
The one-size-fits-all regimen for schools needs to end.
People are looking for crisis leadership that comprehends the dangers, is prepared to deal with them, and most importantly realizes that America is worth defending.
The only way to resist that is to turn off the game and refuse to buy pro sports merchandise. To continue watching is surrender.
By their actions, multinational corporations such as Apple and Nike show they are fine with slave labor and racism just so long as it doesn’t happen in America.
Censorship, a politicized criminal law, disarming legitimate police, and rounding up guns are not milestones on the way to a utopia, not even in America.
Calumniating the dead—who can't hear a word you say—rather than grasping in alliance and fellowship the hand of the living: That's just crazy, my friends.
All of this folly stems from a systemic problem, but it’s not racism. It’s that politicians have made it impossible to build affordable housing without subsidies.