An emboldened Left now has capital punishment in its crosshairs.
Apathy in the face of tyranny turns out not to be a German or Russian characteristic.
Diane Ravitch’s arguments against school choice miss the mark by miles.
The only chance you have to wrestle your republic back from the vile morons who have stolen it is to treat them with utter disdain, just like they treat you.
Average testosterone levels in American men have steadily plummeted since the 1980s. Here’s why it matters, why it’s happening—and how to fix it.
The messengers’ labels don’t dictate the message, and we should reject the embedded appeal to authority of such messaging.
There is also something off about having someone rate or judge your home or office on social media.
Our grandees seem too exhausted, too guilty, or too ignorant to pass on and improve the civilization they inherited for others to come.
It is not wayward elites who are abusing our democratic public, so much as the public abusing itself, when it chooses to be ruled by antiwhite racists.
If the Trump-Russia collusion hoax was illegal, the global scheme to keep Julian Assange behind bars is downright Soviet.
A crisis of authority and legitimacy is emerging from failures in the most fundamental tasks of a society. 2020 was not the cause. It merely exposed the malignancy.
With an eye on the polls, “unelected technocrat” Anthony Fauci nudges lockdowns far into 2021, and possibly 2022.
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The ruling class might be getting richer on the not-so-free market while you get poorer, but at least they stopped Trump’s “socialist calamity” of returning to you $2000 of your own money.
The war on Abraham Lincoln continues.
The “Keep Nine” Constitutional Amendment could end the thread to court packing once and for all.
Many of our so-called health experts are acting less like good doctors and more like bad politicians.
Maybe Georgia voters will pay heed to lessons learned in California and Georgia will stay red in the January Senate runoff elections.
If the Left gets their way, Lincoln will someday be remembered no differently than George Wallace.
Coexistence with cancel culture is not possible if the barest and most basic human freedom is to survive.