Talk about disparate visions.
The Ruling Class
We’ve already learned that all of us—with the exception of our rulers—are racists, sexists, etc. That’s a valuable lesson because it means, effectively, these accusations are substantively empty.
For the elite, the phantom problem of structural racism distracts attention from the real problem of structural economic inequality.
Conservative populists should applaud such measures that address real-life needs as they help the “strivers” in society who are too often ignored or neglected.
It will be arduous, but we should remain undaunted: A new dawn of freedom is rising.
Get your affairs in order while you still can, because it’s going to get ugly.
The ruling class is the real source of domestic extremism, and through force, fraud, and terror it continues to impose its will over Americans.
After Trump’s presidency, the struggles of the middle class remain. Their opponents are eager for collective punishment.
If the 20th century should have taught us anything, it is to never trust doctors in or adjacent to politics.
Most of our familiar reset left-wingers—the Clintons, the Obamas, Gavin Newsom—long ago became multimillionaires by monetizing their political careers through lucrative insider networking.
It is time to understand, and say out loud, the republic is dead; Long live the republic!
We who swear to uphold the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic owe no allegiance whatever to the oligarchy that now runs this country.
Once again, American companies are doing business and making money with an oppressive foreign government running concentration camps.
Surrender to today’s oligarchic priorities augurs no peace for tomorrow.
Those who live under oligarchies are not citizens—because oligarchy validates itself, decides for itself, within itself. It is committed above all to negating a people’s capacity to rule itself.
The ruling elite appear comfortable delivering the command “Submit” to traditional America, and are not concerned with the consequences that will follow.
If you’re just a grubby striver, firm in your conviction that you deserve to succeed or fail based upon your own abilities and efforts, know well that elite institutions are now arrayed against you.
It took two decades for a slumbering America to shake loose from the railroad villains. In the face of new oligarchs, we can do it again.
We have achieved what Buckley greatly feared: Not government by the first 2000 names in the Boston phonebook, but government by the faculty of Harvard. This is what an oligarchy looks like.
Joe Biden, a man who 34 percent of Americans think is not sufficiently mentally alert for his office, is presiding amiably over a regime infested with anti-American forces.