The medical state, usurping constitutional rights, is now a reality, poised to mutate and attack whatever realms serve the interests of the rich and powerful.
President Trump, the great red pill for American society, has finally brought to the surface what has been simmering beneath for over a century.
The attorney general understands how the Democrats have misled the American people for the last four years.
Meanwhile, let’s keep pretending Antifa doesn’t exist.
Unmasking the House Speaker’s $3 trillion "ZEROES Act."
You’ve shrugged off Obama’s culpability. And in doing so, you’ve set yourself against liberty and justice. The scales have fallen from my eyes, and the sight before me is a sorry thing indeed.
The firehose of falsehood campaigns against Flynn, Gorka, and King have a number of things in common.
In the annals of representative government, it was a bad week for Americans.
We need to get the Trump Administration to cut through the red tape to get an important advancement in Sickle Cell Anemia approved that has the potential to help alleviate some of the disparate impact of COVID-19 on African Americans.
Benjamin Franklin warned us, “Those who give up liberty for security deserve neither.” This may be more relevant today than ever before.
Michael Atkinson used his post to protect himself and his allies while denying the American public a true watchdog over the intelligence community.
In a time of national crisis, the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts begged the government for a $25 million handout before ungraciously kicking its staff to the curb. This is reflective of D.C.’s culture, certainly. But it does not at all mirror the rest of America.
American elites have embraced a subjective view of reality. But their educations were incomplete: a true commitment to relativism requires one to abandon the prerogative to make universal claims to truth. But they can’t do that since it’s their ticket to power.
When an artificial intelligence clearly fails, like a chatbot that starts making racist remarks or an autopilot that flies an aircraft into the ground, its designers shut it down. America’s 17 intelligence agencies are like that failed chatbot and autopilot.
The Department of Labor (DoL) continued and continues to pursue last minute, stealth lawsuits brought by the Obama Administration against businesses alleged to be engaged […]
These 2,000 attorneys are all free to cast their votes against the president in November. Ironically, the get-Trump forces have spent so much time trying to find a shortcut alternative to making their case to the voters, they’ve deprived their candidates of the oxygen needed to build support.
The Justice Department is rubbing the public’s nose in its power to use the Foreign Agents Registration Act to punish political opponents while giving a pass to allies.
If there is not already a law against the Biden family’s self-dealing, there should be. It’s not unique, and the fact that it’s met with a shrug by many of our lawmakers suggests a much bigger problem in their attitude about public service.
The get-Trump movement is legal nihilism and the antithesis of the rule of law.
Washington, D.C. looks tired. Even the vibrant new neighborhoods with luxury apartment buildings and trendy bars and restaurants lack some essential vibrant spirit.