The 1619 Project’s Nikole Hannah-Jones was vocal about making the argument that 1619 is America’s “true founding.” Now, she’s quietly walking it back with no correction.
Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton introduced legislation last week that would ban federal funding from schools teaching the 1619 Project.
New York Times Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Nikole Hannah-Jones attempted to justify terrorizing American cities by saying “property can be replaced.”
A New York Times Magazine hit piece says more about the mainstream media than it says about Jordan Peterson.
The Iran deal was always going to happen, because President Obama’s vision of his foreign policy legacy required it. He just waited for the right narrative to come along and give him cover.
Dave Samuels is not a right-winger; he’s a left-wing journalist mourning for his profession.
President Obama—with the help of an equally arrogant 38-year-old national security fabulist, Ben Rhodes—remade the Middle East to empower America’s most hated enemy.
Luckily for us all, most American men ignore The New York Times.
Has America finally stumbled upon its libertarian moment? I wish the answer was yes.
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