Inclusiveness is good, but tinkering with the sexuality or political outlook of fictional heroes does not necessarily improve their character.
A new generation of students with no firsthand recollection of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks prepare nationwide flag memorials at more than 200 schools.
After seeing sports from the NBA to the NFL to the Olympics so politicized, many also expressed relief at the patriotism on display at college games.
Students at the No 2-ranked law school in the country sent a ‘radical’ guide with advice on how to persist while learning ‘how evil the US legal system is.’
A Colorado Springs school board banned critical race theory from being taught after a black father gave an impassioned speech against it.
As thousands gathered at French’s funeral, their message of solidarity was clear: America cannot tolerate such senseless slaughter.
There is a marked tendency among critics to overstate the intent and scope of ‘anti-critical race theory’ legislation like the Texas and Tennessee statutes.
“There are more of us than there are of them. And it’s time they felt it,” he said. “The American crisis can be the opportunity for American renewal — that’s why it’s worth doing. It’s only by doing hard things and overcoming them that we find genuine happiness.”
Ben Domenech warned during Fox News “Primetime” on Tuesday that Americans must not sit idly by as elites steal their freedoms and ruin their country.
Americans must “stand up to a brittle corrupt leadership that seeks to force you to trade your freedom for the self-satisfaction that no mob will ever come for you.”
How would you feel if you were competing for a country you were told was irredeemably evil? As a viewer, are you less inspired by the Olympics this year?
After the U.S. women’s soccer team kneeled in support of BLM before their game against Sweden at the Tokyo Olympics, the ladies were handed a 3-0 loss.
The left’s response was a scorched earth policy to destroy Trump. Five years into their implacable opposition, we now see the earth the left scorched was America.
“Am I the only one who quits singin’ along every time they play a Springsteen song?” Lewis sings in his No. 1 Country Billboard hit.
Princeton Associate Professor Matthew Karp talks 1619, 1776, and the politics of the past on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
If post-9/11 was us at our best, the more interesting question and a reasonable one to ask is: what would they think of us now? Twenty years later.
Fly the flag, light the grill, and hang out with your fellow Americans this weekend.
In judicious hands, the ability to blow things up represents Americans’ fearless legacy of harnessing the powers of nature in the pursuit of innovation.
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