The hard Left believes its mission is so critical, so morally superior, that all means can be justified to achieve its noble ends. And so almost every institution that the Left has in its line of vision is now petrifying.
The radicalization we see in the streets of American cities and the radicalization of American college students may look like two separate things. But they are not.
As rural residents in states dominated by urban Democrats begin to visualize what life would be like if they could govern themselves, the populist momentum could become uncontainable.
It’s exactly what American education needs right now.
The Left is going to find Amy Coney Barrett a tough nut to attack. She is smart, pleasant, and competent. Her personal history is an open book of service and commitment.
Social media users believe “fact checking” is a tool to censor them and to manipulate the spread of information. They’re right.
Democrats will be desperate to throw everything they can at the Senate’s walls to see what sticks in a mad rush to stop Judge Barrett from ascending to the highest court in the land. Happily, none of it will work, nor should it.
I now look at the American flag and my heart bursts with pride. The story of this country and its founding is a miracle. Not everyone who emigrates here feels the same way.
What she actually did was to prioritize religious liberty.
The nominee on the president’s shortlist who is the easiest to confirm to this particular vacancy is by definition the wrong nominee, and the GOP consultant class knows that.
The same strength and determination that built this country will bring us back to prosperity after the pandemic. The hardworking people of this country don’t ask for much—just a fair shot at their American dream.
Grow a spine, Republicans; stand with your own voters, and do what needs to be done — as soon as humanly possible.
. . . that the establishment media won’t dare touch.
A healthy regime, seeing widespread insanity among its women, would ask “Why”?
With instructions like this, one can be forgiven for doubting that institutional conservatism wants to win.
There is no "shared sense of history, identity, and community among people who identify as Black, including those in the African diaspora and within Africa." Only left-wingers believe such nonsense.
Trump is the first and may be the last American president to challenge institutional anti-Americanism.
There are men and women in this country who find a way to do the right thing, who do not conform, who do not go along when the prevailing opinion doesn't sit right with them. Instead, they become a voice for the voiceless.
By now, the critical race rot is institutional; it is the handiwork of progressive—regressive, rather—parents, pedagogues and politicians.
It’s a battlefield where conservatives have to meet force with equal or greater force, lest everything else they fight for, and all their victories, are nullified.