Kyle Sammin
Kyle Sammin
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Kyle Sammin is a senior contributor to The Federalist, the senior editor of the Philadelphia Weekly, and the co-host of the Conservative Minds podcast podcast. Follow him on Twitter at @KyleSammin.

‘Rick And Morty’ Season Five Finale Finally Answers Fan Theories About Rick’s Emotional Backstory

The last two episodes of ‘Rick and Morty’ season five take a somber turn at times as the pair plumbs some emotional depths across multiple universes.

The Texas Heartbeat Bill Will Protect The Unborn, But Damage Our Justice System

Texas’s new abortion bill will overrun courts with amateur prosecutors avenging wrongs that have not caused them any particularized harm.

After Killing U.S. Oil Production And Jobs, Biden Tells Middle East, ‘Drill, Baby, Drill’

American jobs? American profit? American infrastructure? No chance, not if it makes the Sierra Club sad. The White House is happy to help other countries though.

‘Rick And Morty’ Season Five, Episode Eight Is A Character Study Of Rick And His Younger Self

Rick’s latest adventure provides backstory and introspection amid a fast-moving plot that left viewers with some new answers and plenty of new questions.

‘Rick And Morty’ Season 5 Episode 7 Is The Anime-Mobster Mash-Up You Never Knew You Needed

A bizarre and disorienting storyline, the latest ‘Rick and Morty’ was probably the best-written episode of the season, absent a few minor hiccups.

Have The Jokes In ‘Rick And Morty’ Season 5 Been Neutered By Wokeness?

Certain writers have left the “Rick and Morty” team, and gone with them is the no-sacred-cows approach to humor of seasons past.

‘Rick And Morty’ Episode Recap: ‘Amortycan Grickfitti’ Explores The Meaning Of Cool

The episode had some solid laughs and even ended up with a somewhat decent message: trying to be cool is not cool, just be yourself.

The Latest Episode Of ‘Rick And Morty’ Takes A Sex-Centric Turn For The Worse

They’re not all going to be home runs, you know?

The ‘Rick And Morty’ Spin On Captain Planet Shows Why Environmentalists Are Perfect Villains

Instead of wanting to preserve this planet for all humanity, ecoterrorists start talking as if humanity is the problem.

‘Rick And Morty’ Season 5 Hints At A Glimmer Of Change Inside The Ever-Stoic Rick Sanchez

Episodes 1 and 2 include telling points in a developing theme of the season: Rick coming to terms with things.

Censuring China Would Help The Earth Far More Than Banning Steak, Gasoline, And Cow Flatulence

Every industry hindrance made in the name of the Earth is a lie if it does not enforce similar restrictions on imports from other countries.

Dear Politicians: Stop Pontificating On TV And Start Governing

Deeds, not words, will rebuild America’s cities and restore the people’s trust. Fill the potholes and the rest will follow.

The Derek Chauvin Verdict Is More Evidence America Isn’t Systemically Racist

That the U.S. justice system punished Derek Chauvin shows both the promise of America and the hollowness of critical race theory.

Is Big Business Now A Greater Threat To Free Speech Than Government?

By resisting censorship from the government, corporations, or cancel mobs, we reaffirm the value of the freedoms won and cherished in centuries past.

Why A Free People Cannot Exist Without Free Speech

Free speech in America is not a custom of deference to the law — it is the law’s deference to the people’s ancient cultural right.

Baseball’s Commissioner Cares More About Politics Than About Fans

Commissioner Rob Manfred’s power trip is an attack on the average baseball fan who simply wants to enjoy America’s pastime and be left alone.

Critical Race Theory Is The Left’s QAnon, And It’s Lucratively Taxpayer-Funded

The rise of critical race theory is alarming and dangerous, but all isn’t lost. Americans have never taken to being told what to think.

Another Round Of New Baseball Rules Threaten The Game’s Rich History

Baseball reflects an older version of America, one with a few rules and a lot of space to live.

It’s Time For Americans To Refuse To Trade With Slaveholders

Strikingly, despite our national obsession with the historical slavery that occurred in America’s past, we hesitate to mention the offense happening in China right now for all the world to see.

How Democrats’ Capitol Fortifications Undermine Their Plans For DC Statehood

In building an armed camp to protect themselves, Democrats implicitly endorse the case for D.C. remaining a federal district and not a state.