Katya Sedgwick
Katya Sedgwick
KSedgwick

Katya Sedgwick is a writer in the San Francisco Bay area. She has published here, in Spectator USA, with the Russell Kirk Center, and more. You can follow her on Twitter @KatyaSedgwick.

One-Party Democrat Rule Is Killing California, And It’s Coming For The Country

We are a sanctuary state for international drug cartels, which are inflicting much of the devastation within our state by profiting from drug addicts who then become homeless encampments.

Joe Biden’s Fear-Mongering About COVID Is An Insult To Women’s Intelligence

The Biden-Harris campaign is aggressively courting the suburban female vote, treating women as cows they desperately need to go berserk.

What Life Is Like In California’s Post-Apocalyptic Landscape

What is this nuclear winter? Under the morning twilight sky, fully concealed faces are moving past Black Lives Matter logos and raised fists painted by children. It’s a total triumph of the political over the personal.

The Worst Part About Fake ‘Anti-Racism’ Is That It Forces Us To Live Lies

America under the sway of the Black Lives Matter movement is reminding me of life in the Soviet Union: One’s entire existence is premised on something believed to be untrue.

When Educrats Can’t Even Agree That 2+2=4, Public Education Is A Joke

It seems critical theorists won’t stop until they’ve denied, rewritten, and scrubbed every semblance of Western Civilization from the education system.

My Kids’ Public School Held A Workshop Teaching The Police Are Racists

The left has moved beyond indoctrination through biased textbooks and false narratives. Now, our kids are being taught to channel their anger in protest.

2020 Seniors Deserve In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

You thought for all these years of hard work you were going to get a real graduation ceremony, and instead your mom erected this embarrassing plaque by your front door.

Coronavirus Rent Strikes Are On The Fast Track To Obliterating Property Rights

America’s responses to the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic come at the expense of our natural rights, and property ownership is in the crosshairs.

Wouldn’t It Be Wonderful If Coronavirus Brought Back Dressy Clothes?

The wardrobe of an average American woman is endless, but mostly consisting of what is essentially inside clothes, only she wears them everywhere.

Thanks To Capitalism, Grocery Shelves Keep Getting Restocked During Emergencies

If the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that Americans are just not cut out for socialism. The reason? The lines and empty shelves.

What Happens When Coronavirus Hits The Homeless Camps In California?

Like we don’t collect water when it’s plentiful and store it for inevitable drought, we don’t anticipate public health emergencies by addressing anti-sanitary conditions before pandemics strike.

8 Crazy Things Bernie Has Said To Propagandize Socialism

Bernie comes with baggage, and the American public rejected him. Looking at how his campaign is awash in money, however, indicates socialism is not going away.

Communist Cuba May Claim 99 Percent Literacy, But It Still Imprisons Poets

Bernie Sanders, ever true to his pro-Soviet cold warrior persona, recently created a stir insisting Fidel Castro’s Cuba had excellent literacy programs.

I Lived In Soviet Russia When Bernie Sanders Visited, And He’s A Communist Dupe

Bernie Sanders, a man who could be led astray so easily by KGB minders and a Potemkin tour of the USSR, should never be president of the United States.

No, It’s Not Time To Give Up On The Nuclear Family To Build Grownup Dorms

Communist-minded pundits see the nuclear family as a cultural anomaly, but living with friends can’t replicate the need for family that is in our DNA.

Seattle To Make Math Instruction All About Race, Downplay Right And Wrong

Because of its self-contained deductive nature, math is as antiracist as any field of study can be. If anything, math offers an escape from oppression; it never facilitates it.

No, The Government Can’t Buy You Happiness With Other People’s Money

Jill Filipovic says the words ‘pursuit of happiness’ in the Declaration of Independence mean that ‘government must facilitate the ability of the individual to seek happiness,’ which to her means redistributing people’s labor.

The San Francisco Mess Proves Decriminalizing Drugs Doesn’t Work

To clean up the mess we’ve created, San Francisco needs to start paying attention to both law enforcement and rehabilitation. And the rest of the United States should pay attention.

No, Hallmark Movies Are Not ‘Fascist Propaganda’

Contrary to what feminist writer Amanda Marcotte says, stories of heterosexual monogamous courting, like Hallmark movies, are the exact opposite of fascism.

Clint Eastwood’s ‘Richard Jewell’ Reveals An Appetite For Libertarian Entertainment

We’ve all seen filmmakers’ cookie-cutter wokeness. ‘Richard Jewell’ shows us something new and relatable through an American libertarian lens — and audiences could use more of that.