Elite experts and degreed professionals massaged and warped their knowledge to serve ideological masters rather than the truth.
Being human means realizing there is no power and certainly no other human being that can possess us unless we allow it.
Congress has abdicated and handed over its power to undemocratic institutions run by officials neither elected by nor accountable to the electorate. If we fix that, maybe we can fix America.
If we are to live in a system of self-government then elected members of the government must maintain control over the levers of power.
We don’t need the new boss. We need a change. Self-government is something we have done before, and we can do it again.
Gun ownership and MAGA politicians alone won’t cut it. In the last analysis, we are the protectors of ourselves and our families.
Are we witnessing the beginning of a Tocquevillean turn-about?
We don’t need fuzzy platitudinous tweets about America from Republican politicians. What we need right now is what we might call “politics for adults.”
Our Bill of Rights turned 229 years old this week. How should we think about it in relation to our Constitution?
What happened to control over our lives? America was supposed to be different, so why are we controlled by a few elites?
What we think about things can be as important as the things themselves, because it forms our moral stance toward the world. But what if our thoughts are in error?
It could be that the Fireworks Rebellion of 2020 was the shot heard ‘round the country that signaled the defenders of America are paying attention—and unwilling to tolerate much more.
America's 16th president on how the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution fit together.
The only way “liberation” may be pursued is through the systematic dismantling of liberty as it was understood at the founding of this nation 244 years ago this weekend.
Why aren’t we challenging our cozy assumptions that things can’t get worse?
It is we, America’s citizens, who ultimately bear responsibility for how our leadership handles this crisis—that is what government by the people, for the people, and of the people means.
Experts and technocrats lack the experience, the wisdom, and the real political authority to make the kind of broad decisions that should be guiding us in a crisis.
On our side of the abyss, the 16-year-old boy is dying slowly of intellectual asphyxiation in school and online. On that side of the abyss, the biggest manufacturer of women’s clothing in Cleveland is advertising for a likely lad to come and do office work, with high hopes set forth for a well-remunerated career.
The war against COVID-19 puts the choice between expertise and common sense front and center. Are we to be ruled by statesmen or experts?
If we believe that our opponents are not just wrong, but evil, violence against them becomes an acceptable response.