Scalise shooter James Hodgkinson overlooked, Reagan shooter John Hinckley goes free.
The most challenging people in our lives are sometimes the ones who are most beneficial to us.
Ironically, it was the Washington Post, not the White House, that covered up the Watergate scandal.
The Right must demand that the shared terms and concepts at issue are referring to the objective, biological categories of male and female across the board.
We’ve become prisoners in our own homes while alligators and criminals run free.
We must never forget who we are: Human beings “fearfully and wonderfully made” by intelligent design. No amount of hacking can improve on that.
Censorship these days takes many forms. Apparently, we don’t need a Disinformation Governance Board to do all the dirty work.
In feminist Newspeak, when applied to women, “strong” means “easily offended,” and “perceiving oneself as a victim.”
The ritual humiliation will continue this Pride Month and beyond until morale implodes.
Last week was more than just the end of Howard Johnson's. It marked one more place in our culture that lost touch with its customers because the owners had little in common with them.
If professional sports teams still want their state-funded goodies, they need to ditch the political sermons.
How corrupt Democratic politicians and leftist defund-the-police policies have brought Baltimore to the brink of collapse.
The Silicon Valley motto should be “I create inequality by hating inequality.”
A cultural shift away from teaching the trades and a growing lack of qualified talent to perform vital work has helped make America more passive and dependent.
That needs to change.
That needs to change.
Like progressives nationwide, Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón is the criminal’s best friend.
Well-educated progressives wield institutional power to impose a new political and social order.
Democrats are going to lose badly this November, and they only have themselves to blame.
In light of the recent school shooting in Texas, how do we best protect children?
Before social media, at least you couldn’t put a television on the table when out dining with friends.
There doesn’t appear to have been a moment in our history when the potential killing of a Supreme Court justice could have had such consequential effects.