It would now be prudent to check Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s ego and rein him in a bit.
Environmentalists have waged war on fossil fuels, the Industrial Revolution, and capitalism in general. Their “solutions” will make us all poorer, more vulnerable, and less free.
A new study shows that public schools are highly segregated, while polls reveal that educational freedom is more popular than ever.
America’s enemies are targeting our porous border as the most effective way to get its agents into the country.
COVID shutdowns. Teacher union dominance. Dumbed down curricula. The proliferation of low expectations. Education in America is unraveling very quickly.
The power of environmentalists is out of control, and private-sector unions are one of the only forces in California with the power to stand up to them—if they choose to do so.
The fact that our government and NATO see all their decisions and actions after the Cold War as infallible is proof of their belief in their own divinity.
The environmental organizations have full veto power on all energy projects through the legal system.
We are on new ground, in which a nonnuclear Western ally—understandably but dangerously—may now seek to destroy a nuclear Russia’s assets on Russian soil or in neutral or even Russian seas.
Some key reforms could restore accountability in higher education, making colleges affordable and focused on actually educating students.
We offered a pathway out of the gloom and doom narrative that is the currency of environmentalists in the world today. And that was unforgivable.
Anna Sorokin faces deportation for her actions. So should the criminal aliens currently held in jails throughout the country for committing violence in our communities.
By the time this decade is over, analysts may find that comparisons to the 1970s have grown stale; the challenges we face are on a scale not seen since the 1930s.
Higher education has become simpler and less effective as we have fetishized a modern misunderstanding of equality.
An open letter to Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers.
When it comes to projects to increase the water supply in California, the media today is predictable and hostile.
Perhaps, just perhaps, the humiliation of watching the truth jump out of his mouth and stand in the light of day will chasten Dubya.
This war and the wars of the future require American-made planes and a secure supply chain, not rehashing a pointless fight that’s been over for years.
Rather than contributing to our defense, our membership in an expanding NATO will mean more conflict for the United States, and for Europe.
California’s farming community is divided over what to do about water, and frustrated by several recent failed attempts to increase their supply of water.