Fulfilling your individual responsibility to love and look out for your fellow Americans won’t just prevent the spread of a virus. It will preserve our liberty.
Coronavirus and little tyrants can take the parade out of a city, but they can’t take the patriotism out of the people. Happy Independence Day, from the Power Wheels parade to you!
Impassioned Americans don’t understand that Black Lives Matter is a rhetorical facade masking Marxist ideas that would destroy the lives of vulnerable Americans.
Seattle’s elected officials allow widespread law-breaking by some, while imposing full enforcement on the rest of us.
Two-thirds of Americans think that “internal religious disputes” and decisions about who to employ in religious teaching positions should be up to religious organizations, not the state.
Portland, a smallish Pacific-Northwest city in a state once known for its moderate politicians, is now an epicenter of radical activism.
When the people bearing the brunt of the pandemic see politicians running interference for millionaires, ‘unity’ isn’t the feeling that swells within them.
‘Thank God the state is opening so myself and thousands can finally escape this nightmare,’ says a former restaurant manager who is still waiting for unemployment after nine weeks of being forced out of a job.
By caving in to Elon Musk’s demand to reopen, government officials showed their health orders have been arbitrary and ineffective all along.
A study conducted by Young America’s Foundation and The Federalist surveyed American high school and college students on coronavirus, school, ideology, values, and technology.
The rule that applies to us — ‘you break it, you buy it’ — should also apply to the government. It shouldn’t get a free pass for violating our freedoms.
The real threat of government expansion is not lockdown, but the introduction of well-intentioned, but dangerously-designed emergency relief programs.
It’s a dangerous precedent that government could consider itself the arbiter of private essential services.
Tom Coburn should be remembered for all the bills he stopped, no doubt. But he was more than just ‘Dr. No.’ He was a beloved boss, colleague, and friend.
How can we square the government’s willingness to ask us about race and origin with its unwillingness to ask about something as fundamental as citizenship?
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