Getting through the worst of the pandemic won’t be easy, but we need to be smart, resilient, and disciplined, and go where the data take us.
Booker T. Washington believed that his work succeeded because it was in concord with immutable laws of human nature. But we now believe that there is no such thing as human nature.
Obama's speech offered very little of substance about the man it was directed against, but it said much about the man who delivered it.
Pandemic-inspired reshuffling is a soft manifestation of something deeper.
Given the brazenness of Google’s purloining and the historic precedent a Supreme Court decision could set, it’s no surprise that people from many creative walks of life are voicing support for Oracle.
The simplest advice is often the best.
The U.S. Supreme Court should not have the final say on our Constitution’s meaning.
Western Pennsylvania was oil country, and for a brief moment in history, Pithole was the best and the worst of it. It held all of the dreams and greed and enterprise needed to prosper as well as fail.
For the Left, the idea that America suffers from “systemic racism” seems to justify the view that white people can never be victims, only perpetrators, of crimes.
Perhaps the worst indictment of racial justice activism is its willingness to dismiss personal responsibility.
At this point, it’s obvious that Michigan’s governor is engaged in a naked bid to extend indefinitely her despotic, one-woman show. So much for consent of the governed.
If Californian politicians have proven anything, it’s that their appetite for more, more, more, shall not abate. Once they’ve eaten the rich, they’re going to eat you.
We have been duped for far too long by these swamp creatures.
At long last, the U.S. has a president grounded in reality.
To successfully commit moral blackmail against America, the media and liberal elites have to pretend a 5-year-old’s murder is no big deal.
It’s been 100 years since women got the vote, but how many more women and children will pay the price for left-wing policies that kowtow to ideology instead of common sense?
Throughout the Stamp Act crisis of the 1760s—the “Prologue to Revolution,” according to the title of historian Edmund S. Morgan’s published collection of documents—the British […]
The sheer gigantism of the state makes it impossible for people to know what the relevant laws are, for most spheres of human action; and it is a short step from not knowing the law, to seeing that nobody else knows it, to shrugging and not caring what it is.
As seen in their treatment of the statues of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, the left can tear down, but it cannot build.
Factual evidence, peaceful streets, and open discourse are the hallmarks of democratic governance. Because BLM flouts all of these values, it deserves our condemnation.