The bloody and terrible French Revolution featured attacks on religion, rewriting history, toppling statues, and abandoning tradition. Sound familiar?
Those who think that electing Joe Biden will reduce cultural conflict are likely to be extremely disappointed. That’s because amping up the culture war is the only way to keep Democrats united.
Despite 45 years of Soviet propaganda demonizing the United States, Albanians never forgot what President Reagan often referred to as the ‘shining city on a hill.’
Too many black leaders continue to proclaim black problems only matter when caused by white people and white thoughts are more important than black actions.
Radical activist mobs toppling statues across the country aren’t just wrong about the contributions of Thomas Jefferson, they’re wrong about the Founding.
In an Oval Office interview with The Federalist’s Ben Domenech, President Trump calls on Republicans to stand strong and unite against lawlessness.
Edwards said far left protesters in the late 1960s aimed to work within the constitutional order. That is not the case today.
When government grows beyond its natural bounds, we must remember that none among us can be trusted to wield such fearsome power over anyone else.
Tolerance for criminality and political sabotage has led America into one of it’s darkest moments in decades. Do we have the will to unite once more?
Andy Ngo’s experience being beaten up by Antifa shows the left’s expanded definition of violence will have consequences if it creeps into the mainstream.
Most of the so-called ‘moderate’ Democrats in the 2020 presidential primary aren’t centrist or reasonable. They’re radical leftists with dangerous agendas.
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