A second challenge to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s discriminatory COVID rules that targeted Orthodox Jews provides a crucial test for the new Supreme Court.
More than anything else, I am sick of politicians and pundits telling me I don’t have the right of risk when risk is part of freedom.
Since the pandemic began ten months ago, there have been too many instances of elites saying one thing and doing another.
Many police offers I know are using their discretion to refrain from strictly enforcing sanctimonious and unconstitutional edicts amid a moral panic.
Democrats are bitterly clinging to a myth that if only someone else had been president, the pandemic would have passed over the United States as if by some divine mark of virtue.
Through her chief of staff, Mayor Muriel Bowser claimed her trip to a political rally constituted ‘essential travel,’ which therefore exempted her and her staff from her own quarantine order.
The fear that drives people to religious zeal for COVID restrictions is a product of a 21st century Western privilege that makes unexpected death even in old age seem morally unacceptable.
Helicopter governing has nothing to do with good intentions. Restrictions on every aspect of our lives do not make for well-adjusted, self-governing people—which is probably exactly the point.
Freaking out about ‘herd immunity’ looks like a smear campaign designed to prevent Americans, including the president, from hearing the scientific case against the lockdowns.
For a generation of students already dangerously inclined toward isolation, shuttered schools are a disaster across the board. The pandemic-induced closures, however, present particular difficulties for young women.
What makes Trump look worse before the election: trying to get a deal with no success, or pointing out that the other side doesn’t want a deal for political reasons and pulling out of talks?
The political drama in Michigan reveals how essential it is in a republic that the citizens defy unconstitutional and illegal orders of their government.
‘Everything he says is false,’ NBC News quoted CDC Director Robert Redfield as saying of Atlas. That’s just not true, top epidemiologists told The Federalist.
Barr said the idea of black lives mattering is not debatable; of course they do. But, he said, the organization doesn’t actually care about black lives, as evidenced by their own statements and behavior.
People have asked me why we are holding these ‘worship protests,’ and the answer is simple: God is moving, and our nation desperately needs it.
Planning a wedding during societal shutdowns reminded these couples of an age-old lesson: don’t get caught up in the ceremony, because it’s the marriage that matters.
With the most dynamic economic comeback in U.S. history and unprecedented progress towards peace in the Middle East, what did the media establishment choose to cover?
Anthony Fauci is always the harbinger of additional suffering to be inflicted by state and local governments. Count on governors parroting the new expectation.
Mandatory masking policies stifle the American spirit and are segueing us right into mandated COVID-19 vaccines.
What Congress is doing, as it always does, is attempting to throw money at the problems that we and state and local legislatures have created.
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