Another day, another comics character is gay. Yet conservatives don’t seem to care. If a character as American and conservative as Superman isn’t worth defending, then who is?
“Deleting deaths was never something I was asked to do,” Jones wrote in a since-deleted post captured and published in National Review.
The unending COVID regime isn’t a nightmare scenario, it’s an existential threat to our liberties, a possible and unexamined risk to our health, and right here among us.
Seth Rogen, the prominent Hollywood actor, comedian, producer, and director, recently said he is scared of Jews and Israel probably shouldn’t exist.
Three women clearing “Black Lives Matter” graffiti from the Lafayette Building in Washington, D.C. were harassed, called “disgusting.”
That they may have once been conservatives is unremarkable, and at this point no longer implies any special significance to their standard, run of the mill Democratic talking points.
We should be less concerned with getting elite universities to rededicate themselves to teaching the Western heritage, and more focused on making Western culture a reality in our lives.
DeSantis recalled the mainstream media’s narrative claiming we all need to wait two weeks and then Florida will be like New York or Italy.
A new video montage from the Media Research Center illustrates a glaring double-standard employed by media elites over the term “Wuhan virus.”
CNN’s Jim Acosta joins activists in condemning anyone who points out the virus’ origin in the east Asian nation that tried desperately to cover it up.
Like those in every other mainstream newspaper, Zachary Evans’s article recycled many tropes about Chassidim. More concerning is National Review’s institutional response.
Admitting that Trump was wrong but he shouldn’t be impeached is a terrible idea that assumes too much goodwill from Democrats.
An editorial at National Review badly misunderstands the Republican position on impeachment and the future of the conservative movement.
Too many articles about antisemitism, including this one from National Review, explain away recent attacks with ‘context’ the writers would never offer in discussing any other racial, religious, or ethnic minority group.
Should we be so eager to destroy communities for Chinese counterfeits and cheap, often disposable, consumer goods? Perhaps a little less efficiency in capital allocation would not be so terrible, after all.
God moves in mysterious ways, and reminds us, by having given us Bill Buckley, that each individual, made in His image, can move mountains.
Treating righty students as if their purpose is to provide a cushy lifestyle for righty pundits funded out of donors’ pockets or college activity fees doesn’t help them make a difference.
It’s safe to say that neither of us truly knew what we were getting into when we launched our daily web magazine. David and I worked as closely together as anyone.
In his new stand-up special, Dave Chappelle is at his offensive best, taking aim at everyone. But one seemingly pro-abortion joke was surprisingly pro-life.
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