Republican lawmakers were right to be skeptical of Wray’s claim that the FBI is motivated to address all domestic terrorism threats equally.
Dial 1-800-JAIL-FAUCI. It’s time for some justice.
How did such collective madness infect a once pragmatic and commonsensical America?
After Trump’s presidency, the struggles of the middle class remain. Their opponents are eager for collective punishment.
The real threat to our democracy comes from those who howl the most about it.
In the spirit of good, old-fashioned American pluralism, let’s respect the proglodytes’ ideal of staying home; and welcome its salubrious effect upon the overall health of our body politic.
How did “gay” become “LGBT”?
The forces of injustice, for the perpetuation of injustice, in the name of social justice.
Say what you will about Nigeria, but at least it has enough sense to know when it’s being taken for a ride by someone to whom it doesn’t have to answer.
Agriculture was never the problem—it is the solution. Farmers who practice regenerative agriculture are rebuilding organic matter and giving it new life.
It’s time for an insurrectionist epistemology: If the government says it, it’s likely to be a lie.
Today’s revolutionaries aren’t fighting “the Man”—they are “the Man.”
The object of our current crisis has not been to get people back to life, joy, and pleasure but to institute a “new normal,” which involves denial of humanity and an excuse for our own lack of joy.
The message, “It was the Trump Justice Department,” is exactly the kind of deep state PR message that deflects blame. There never was a “Trump Justice Department.”
The world watches expert tyranny masked as “liberal democracy” crash and burn. The same lesson has been taught before, but the public dependably forgets every time.
The Democratic Party prospers on the votes of the very people it has spent much of its history oppressing. And the names of those oppressors are well known.
China has won this round so completely that the administration is visibly dazed, and is lashing out at the wrong opponents.
Appalachia is complicated. On one hand, God, country, family, and work are the ethos of the people. On the other, the very locality of the land they love contributes to the disease of despair.
As his speech on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre makes clear, Joe Biden is far more dangerous than Franklin Roosevelt, who made partisan hatred the basis of the modern Democratic Party.
A false narrative was carefully crafted by the press to humanize a man who was, at the time, committing crimes against humanity for the apparent purpose of helping Democrats win an election.