Are we two peoples and two regimes occupying the same country?
The American way is to lay claim to our unalienable right to liberty.
The State Department’s Commission on Unalienable Rights reveals an animus against natural liberties that betrays an aspiration to expand the reach of government even further.
The power of Big Tech has been growing slowly, and in a way that many of us have accommodated as a necessary infiltration. But the scope of that power—and its costs to the culture we have ordered—have been less transparent.
Perhaps it’s time for American companies to uphold the spirit of the First Amendment, especially when lives are at stake.
Conservatives need to stop letting progressives define the limits of acceptable viewpoints and start “fighting for those who have no voice.”
As our politics have become increasingly fractious, our politicians and political pundits have appealed more to the aesthetics of our country than to its ambitious and ennobling goals.
The recent charge that the United States was founded on slavery and racism is nothing new. It is a charge that has been leveled repeatedly—and refuted—ever since the Founding. But the struggle for freedom over tyranny and serfdom never really ends.