The emergence of a cognitive elite, and, for the first time in history, the almost total convergence of intellectuals with the financial elite explains the coming extinction of the middle class.
The Forgotten Man
Law-abiding Pittsburgh residents don’t understand why their quality of life, safety, and dignity must be sacrificed so Democratic politicians can keep ignoring the massive drug problem nearby.
The coalition that is currently running America into the ground is too powerful to be stopped without help from America’s powerful unions.
The reason this money is being spent is to cram Americans down to a lifestyle that is “sustainable,” while at the same time transferring even more wealth and power into the hands of a new oligarchy.
Are today’s Progressives just individualists of the groin, as too many conservatives are simply individualists of the wallet?
“Every man a king,” as Huey Long loved to say, is a fundamentally right-wing statement.
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.
Unions in the United States should reassess their political allegiances.
The question for every policymaker should be how to restart a new period of national vitality. Narrowly focused gains in information technology won’t do it—neither will fiscal stimulus.
Wokeness is an ideology that unites two of the unlikeliest allies ever in defense of it: high school girls, and software engineers.
Promoting the trades, in an effort to alleviate poverty and crime, and to strengthen the working-class family, will require in us a real counterrevolution, a return to common sense and decency.