The New Age of Orwellianism
The Left's fundamental problem is that its haughtiness, fervor, and zeal for gaslighting us sane Americans is belied by its unpopularity.
How Did Democrats Become So Out of Touch With the American People?
Democrats fail to appreciate that America is truly blessed to sit atop such an abundant wellspring of hydrocarbons.
These are not mere frivolous "gaffes," the sort of thing one can laugh off.
Joe Biden Discovers the Realist Case for the U.S.-Saudi Alliance
The reformed, MBS-era kingdom of Saudi Arabia shares core regional enemies with the United States.
After Dobbs, What Comes Next for the Conservative Legal Project?
The time for playing jurisprudential and judicial defense is over.
The Greatest Living American Issues His Career-Defining Court Opinion
God Bless Justice Clarence Thomas.
Democrats' Selective Outrage Over 'Insurrections'
For Democrats, what constitutes an actual "insurrection" is merely in the eye of the beholder.
The Chesa Boudin Inflection Point in the Fight for Civilizational Sanity
Whether it is law and order in the streets or gender ideology in the classroom, the pendulum is now finally swinging back.
What Is the U.S. End Goal in Ukraine?
The U.S. ought to be utilizing its unique geopolitical role to urge Zelensky to be more pliable at the negotiating table.
The Difficult Search for Answers After Uvalde
That a parent can drop a child off at school and ever harbor any doubts about whether that child will return at the end of the school day is beyond inexcusable.
Against American Mobocracy
Today's Democrats routinely threaten the republic with mob rule if they do not get their way.
Joe Biden Versus We the People
It is difficult to recall the last time a U.S. president persistently acted in a manner so contrary to the interests of the median citizen.
After Horrific SCOTUS Leak, Justices Must Plow Ahead and Overturn Roe
One ought to not negotiate with terrorists, and the swing justices in Dobbs ought to not "negotiate" with the reprehensible leaker.
Questions for Elon Musk
Musk must clean house internally and completely revamp Twitter's recruitment practices.
Against 'Principled Loserdom'
There is no virtue or dignity in perpetual defeat.
The Civilizational Suicide of 'Criminal Justice Reform'
America, in the year 2022, does not suffer from an over-incarceration problem. On the contrary, we suffer from an under-incarceration problem.
The Great Sovereignty Reclamation Movement
The nation-state, and the tangible flourishing of the nation-state's people, must always come first.
Hunter Laptop Story Confirms: Rein in Big Tech or Cease To Be a Free People
When it comes to the Big Tech wars, the most fundamental question is a version of "who decides?"
Reject Ketanji Brown Jackson
There is not much worse than a Supreme Court justice with a soft spot for mollycoddling pedophiles.
Republicans, Embrace the Culture War and Cruise to Victory
Republicans should stop dithering and bring the fight to the core civilizational issues now confronting a confused citizenry.
The End of the Unipolar Moment
Effective statesmanship calls for recognizing the world as it is—not in wishcasting what it could, or should, be.
Clarity on Russia, Ukraine and the American National Interest
The Ukrainian cause has replaced John Lennon's "Imagine" as the apotheosis of liberal internationalist fantasizing.
Of Course Vladimir Putin Invaded Ukraine Under Joe Biden's Watch
It is difficult, perhaps impossible, to overstate the utterly pathetic nature of the Biden presidency thus far.
The View From Budapest
Hungary under Prime Minister Viktor Orbán rejects the illusion of liberal neutrality.
Democrats' Recent Rejection of COVID Insanity Will Not Save Them This Fall
Welcome to the party, guys; some of us have been here for a while already.
The Limits of Appeals to 'Cancel Culture'
An absolutist approach to opposing cancel culture here, there and everywhere is an untenable position.
Will We Ever Eradicate the Cancer of Identity Politics?
There is only one way to describe crass identity politics operationalized at this high a political level: Evil.
Why Was Malik Faisal Akram Ever on U.S. Soil?
It is a shameful failure of U.S. immigration policy that a man such as Akram was able to enter U.S. soil.
The Best Path Forward for Omicron: Let It Rip
Public policy should actually look like something approximating the opposite of our current approach.
The Left is correct to bewail the sordid and fallen state of "our democracy." It just has no idea why.