The status quo isn’t working for many people. It’s not working for crime victims or for the victims of police brutality.
The reason this money is being spent is to cram Americans down to a lifestyle that is “sustainable,” while at the same time transferring even more wealth and power into the hands of a new oligarchy.
The aftermath of the pandemic is the perfect opportunity for the United States to lead a global rebuke and rectify the past half-century’s giant mistake.
The crisis at our border continues unabated. Meanwhile, Harris’ job is really more about political optics than policy solutions.
The Los Angeles teachers union joins their brethren in San Francisco to denounce Israel.
If millions of American parents withdrew their children from the public school system, the country would turn around as fast as you could say "teachers’ unions."
The true impetuses behind the elites’ courtship of Latin America’s poor are money and power most of all.
The Chinese are keen to brush the historical reality of what happened in 1989 under the rug. Don’t let them.
Like the drawdown of America’s military following World War II, the current modernization effort could leave our forces under-equipped and undertrained to wage the wars they’ll actually encounter.
“Do you want to give the wealthiest people in America another tax cut?” Joe Biden asked in his budget speech. Apparently, for the Democratic leadership, the answer is: Yes, we do.
Arrogance, wealth, and received authority are always the super-spreaders and force-multipliers of false knowledge, and none more so than in the present age.
The first meeting between the U.S. secretary of state and Israel’s prime minister laid bare a series of problems that politely slipped past one another. That is not the end of them.
People calling themselves “Americans” continue to work to build their own empire through “our democracy” by drawing upon profits made in Communist China.
France is calling for adherence to its vital center, ahead of the possibility of taking distastefully firm action. The United States has a simpler problem in resurrecting its vital center.
Biden’s root-cause strategy won’t change anything at the border in the short run. Advocates say progress will be incremental at best and measured in decades, not years.
The forces that Barr recognizes and rightly deplores are not confined to the obviously nasty precincts of explicit Marxism. They are also implicit in large swaths of traditional liberalism.
The last thing this country needs is even more low-skilled workers fighting over an ever-shrinking pool of work.
Biden Administration policy—not the civil suit against squatters who refuse to pay Jewish landlords or a failed “peace process”—is the underpinning of the current Hamas war against Israel.
Hating Israel has become the surrogate Western way of hating itself.
By refusing to accept Palestinians into the neighboring land, Arabs were able to make them a permanently aggrieved class.