The lockdown is a crime. But even more upsetting is that it is supported by so many Americans.
It will be interesting to see if future economists smile at the regeneration of AT&T in the 21st century.
If security concerns in Kenosha persist, Nov. 3 may not shape up to be a good night for Democrats.
The media and those who want to curry favor with the media have a dual agenda.
Take a knee or walk off the court if you like, but if you truly want to save poor lives, demand educational freedom and demand it now.
“White coat supremacy” meets watermelon environmentalism.
The Right must unapologetically reject the very idea of policing, purging, and persecuting people for holding and expressing politically unpopular ideas.
The story of all Dark Ages is that when civilizations finally prefer suicide, they do it easily, and the remnants flock to the countryside to preserve what they can—allowing the cities go on with their ritual self-destruction.
We should not lift a finger on behalf of our opponents who pine to enslave us and wish to recreate the worst tyrannies mankind has ever known on our shores.
By collapsing the volume of the human world almost to zero in the space of just a few years, we have created a dense and highly reactive state unprecedented in the history of our species.
Young patriot, don’t go to Kenosha, or Seattle, or Portland. Blue state governors, blue county prosecutors, and blue city mayors don’t want your “help” against the mobs they have made possible.
Despite this trying, passing moment, heed the sweeping tide of history and take heart: the future is freedom.
How long will we have to ask these questions before someone gives us some answers?
The culture that we’re being steered into has no sense of humor. No ability to laugh at itself.
Whether Trump wins or loses this November, American conservatism faces a crossroads.
Retreat is not an option. Choose the Sam Adams Option and fight back—intelligently.
Getting through the worst of the pandemic won’t be easy, but we need to be smart, resilient, and disciplined, and go where the data take us.
Booker T. Washington believed that his work succeeded because it was in concord with immutable laws of human nature. But we now believe that there is no such thing as human nature.
Obama's speech offered very little of substance about the man it was directed against, but it said much about the man who delivered it.
Pandemic-inspired reshuffling is a soft manifestation of something deeper.