Thanks to the ruling class who insisted lockdown would save lives, that became the conventional wisdom — but as is often the case, the conventional wisdom was wrong.
Three postulates point to rational alternatives for the pandemic’s restrictions on civil liberties, and underlie an entirely new way of understanding the history of human conflict.
‘Why do so many vaccinated people remain fearful?’ David Leonhardt asks with a straight face in Monday’s New York Times newsletter. Let me tell you.
If Anthony Fauci really wants Americans to get a COVID-19 shot, he should stop telling them it’s pointless.
By seeking to keep the positive publicity and public platform of royal celebrities while rejecting the responsibilities of monarchy, Harry and Meghan are missing the point of their station.
What people want from politicians is not to put on the same tired show they have been watching for years. They want them to get things done.
There is indeed a fight underway for the future of the Republican Party, but it’s not about QAnon conspiracy theories or crackpot lawmakers.
Wall Street, Washington, D.C., and Silicon Valley are swimming in cash and prosperity. The vast majority of Americans, on the other hand, are gasping for air.
The only inadvertent benefit of Brennan’s airtime is that it exposes how unmoored our ruling class is from the public it is supposed to serve.
Since the pandemic began ten months ago, there have been too many instances of elites saying one thing and doing another.
President Trump leaving office will not make America more decent if it just returns power to those whose garb of civility covers corrupt hearts.
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Christopher Bedford and Emily Jashinsky discuss the role social, corporate, and media elites played in the 2020 election.
It’s my humble opinion that New Yorkers, generally among our most highly educated, paradoxically understand among the least.
Leftist control over education, from preschool through college, is a prime contributor to leading Republicans’ inability to think through education policy.
If the progressive view prevails among Millennials, the libertarian moment will only be a moment. It can and should be so much more.
The ruling class, divided only between intentional and accidental Progressives, naturally assimilates with the culture and power structure of the City of Government.
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