Krystina Skurk is a research assistant at Hillsdale College in D.C. She received a Master’s degree in politics from the Van Andel School of Statesmanship at Hillsdale College. She is a former fellow of the John Jay Institute, a graduate of Regent University, and a former teacher at Archway Cicero, a Great Hearts charter school.
A lot of the people who have gathered day in and day out to protest against the Trump administration don’t just hate Donald Trump, they hate America.
As long as Trump remains president, activists will continue to disrupt normal political processes, swarming buildings and storming hearings, claiming the system is corrupt, that there is a cover-up, and that the other side is cheating.
The contrast between the two groups could not be more stark. While one group mourned the 60 million babies who have been aborted, the other sang and danced.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a religious man who strongly believed in natural law. It is far more likely that he would have lent his influence to the March for Life than to the Women’s March.
Maybe the Women’s March is losing support because it has become more about a man than it is about women.
Despite common sense, the historic record, and scientific evidence, leftist environmentalists would fight and protest for a utopia we will never see, all while the world burns.
Journalist Lee Smith’s new book, ‘The Plot Against the President,’ reads like a spy thriller, but it’s really a warning about how Trump-era abuses by intelligence agencies threaten to undermine American self-government.
Vanity Fair writer T.A. Frank’s big achievement is striking a sensible middle ground in a time where such territory has often been abandoned by both left and right.
Former Assistant United States Attorney Andy McCarthy’s new book, ‘Ball of Collusion,’ is a clearheaded look at how the Clinton campaign and Obama administration weaponized a counterintelligence investigation for political gain.
The 1619 Project is dangerous enough as an intellectual exercise, but that danger increases exponentially once put in the hands of a radical politician who could one day be president.
In ‘The Case For Trump,’ scholar Victor Davis Hanson makes the case that Donald Trump’s presidency has been more effective than anyone wants to admit, and as such he will go down as a tragic hero.
Democrats are hanging on the words of the House Judiciary chairman, as Robert Mueller’s real testimony dashed their final hopes of a President Trump indictment.
Robert Mueller’s silence about the Christopher Steele dossier does not change the fact that the basis of the Russia investigation was flawed from the start.
Professor Richard Vedder’s book, ‘Restoring the Promise: Higher Education in America,’ offers some valuable critiques of the failures of higher education, although the book’s perspective is at times narrow.
The saddest part about these fires in California is that they are self inflicted. Californians should not allow such mismanagement to continue.
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