If the “realignment” of the Right is to be anything more than a slogan, there are many sacred cows of the conservative economic consensus left to slaughter.
Leftist administrations see the military foremost as a tool for accelerating their own progressive domestic changes.
If we took the future of the nation seriously, we would end public schools tomorrow.
America’s military is at risk of a different sort of tyranny: the purging of unauthorized political views.
If any issue could attract bipartisan opposition to Biden’s progressive agenda, this is it. Citizens should mobilize and demand reform.
Now is not the time to destroy the very capability that has and will save millions of lives around the world from the COVID pandemic.
The Biden Administration’s reversal of Trump-era immigration enforcement policies seems less motivated by concern for the common good and more about a blinkered case of "Orange Man Bad."
No matter how much information accumulates about the perversion of U.S. schooling, parents continue to take risks with their children they would never take in any other sphere.
Are we going to nurture an economy of competitive abundance, or one of scarcity and rationing imposed by monopolistic business interests that hide behind environmentalist and anti-racist rhetoric?
There is a direct and undeniable line to be drawn between our U.S. border policies and the billion-dollar, brutal industry of human flesh.
A policy agenda that walks away from public works because they offend libertarian principles needs to offer a viable alternative.
The Right no longer has the luxury to meekly protest as the other side brainwashes our youth.
We can only hope that America will one day see Russia as a competitor with rational motivations, not as a target for the ever-shifting ideological agendas of the U.S. government.
The monotonous routine of those Beltway cretins, like a well-oiled machine, is back in a big way.
The Biden Administration’s new slogan means open-ended U.S. military commitments to the Middle East and elsewhere.
Schools this past year have finally managed to combine teaching nothing with simultaneously keeping children in isolation. Now is the time to dispense with the charade of progressive schooling.
The street-level view is a freak storm knocking out the power for a few million unlucky Texans. But the bigger picture comes into view as an indictment of a bought, unresponsive, ruling class.
Nothing is more dangerous than stronger powers, even inadvertently, sending signals that are interpreted as weakness by weaker powers.
When it comes to the CCP and the Uighurs, apparently Biden believes there are good people on both sides of this genocide.
Life is for everyone. Learning is for everyone. School is not. Colleges—such as they are now—certainly are not.