Recharge in places where trust is high. Our cars don't just equal freedom. They help bridge understanding.
We are in the midst of a revolutionary epoch and probably most don’t even know it.
What is the point of having political power if we don’t use it to advance policies that are both right and popular? In the case of the states, red should mean “Go!”
Not every positive return is monetary.
Where those false flags fly, flap, and flutter, they tell you the policies that have undercut the value of middle-class labor and immiserated a nation are intentional.
Defending the rights of the disfavored and demeaned is to defend the rights of all.
Where else, in an increasingly globalist world shorn of provincial loyalties, can we unapologetically drape ourselves in our national flags and cheer on our home countries in athletic combat?
We aren’t a normal society, and the timid reticence of the elite whenever a charge of political incorrectness is launched is one of the sure signs of abnormality.
What started out as elite woke nonsense now warps everyone’s daily life.
A brief look at the progressive agenda in education reveals that critical race theory is just the latest in a long series of attempts to deform and ultimately fracture the country.
Political analysis today demands we go underneath an appearance of reality and seek out whether we are being fed propaganda.
The case for new COVID restrictions depends on assumptions about the effectiveness of these restrictions and the magnitude of the risk. These assumptions do not match the facts.
Surely when this nauseating and redundant slanderfest bombs out, unreasoning Trump-hate will be a harder sell.
While moving to a zero emissions industrial economy may or may not prevent a global environmental catastrophe, making such a move prematurely guarantees a global economic catastrophe.
Why Vichy conservatives fear a small country in Central Europe.
What is known today as the American Right, or as populist conservatism, needs to occupy the center, casting the establishment Left firmly aside into the extremist margins where they belong.
Attempting to turn nearly a third of the population into second-class citizens so you can feel safe is suicide.
This seemingly modest change to the role of the Capitol Police will assume greater, more sinister significance in time.
“Every one shall sit in safety under his own vine and fig tree and there shall be none to make him afraid.” This is the promise of America and the plan Republicans must offer.
The Benedict Option is Necessary, but Not Sufficient