Sensible Americans reject the progressive foreign policy that has dragged the United States into more and more conflicts abroad . . . and at home.
The politicization of science that is destroying entire fields will baffle future anthropologists.
The last thing we should be doing is implementing more fringe ideas from the same progressive pundit class that has led us into the ditch where we currently reside.
The world has become obsessed with nuclear weapons. Is there a danger in daily normalizing the abnormal and casually thinking the unthinkable?
Biden SEC regulations continue costly climate folly.
It is past time to re-evaluate key U.S. assumptions about Europe and the European Union.
For Americans who seek forward-looking inspiration, the lesson is simple: The nation-state, and the tangible flourishing of the nation-state's people, must always come first.
This is an administration motivated to satisfy the agenda of its radical, anti-borders activist base. The best interests of the country and the majority of its citizens aren’t even on their radar.
There is as yet still no deterrent force that can stop Russia’s bombs and missiles and disrupt Vladimir Putin’s nihilist strategy.
It is imperative that we finally recognize that, despite all the social pressure to the contrary, college is not for everyone.
Orbán won overwhelmingly with a campaign and record that was conservative, nationalist, anti-immigration, pro-traditional family, and firmly against military intervention in Ukraine.
Another catastrophic world war might be just the thing to usher in a one-world socialist utopia.
As the nation’s top diplomat, Madeleine Albright did not really do diplomacy. She proclaimed America’s power and right to do as it pleased.
The Biden Administration’s lies, errors, and miscalculations over Russia will probably hurt the American people more than Putin.
With President Trump having been ousted and Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro at risk of a similar coup, Orbán may well be the last man standing in the Western national-populist movement.
America and the West writ large must brace for what is sure to be a landmark year for weaponized military hacking.
Discrediting Russian power could end the deep state’s favorite pretext for so many of its shenanigans.
You don’t have to be a Putin apologist to find fault with Western narratives on Ukraine. American interests depend on appreciating the bigger picture.
A Washington state lawsuit is part of a larger effort nationwide to make the cost of detaining illegal aliens unsustainable, with the goal of crashing the system.
Ukraine can defeat Vladimir Putin’s expeditionary army if the West remembers that history is not on Putin’s side.