We must regain a healthy skepticism of our top leaders and an innate revulsion to anything that smacks of kingliness or imperial deference.
‘Progressive’ needs to finally become a term of scorn. That Biden would be the biggest progressive since FDR is exactly why he shouldn’t be president.
In his latest book, Ben Shapiro argues we can save the nation by reaffirming America’s united philosophy, culture, and history.
Instead of listening to those they claim to help, white leftists have picked up the Woke Man’s Burden and ‘help’ people — whether they want it or not.
The New York Times quoted The Federalist’s David Marcus as saying the opposite of what he actually said.
The next victim of the ‘tear it all down’ impulse is Teddy Roosevelt, but if he is so ‘problematic’ he must be canceled, mustn’t we also cleanse the thousands of animal artifacts connected to his legacy?
There’s a big difference between trophy hunting and hunting for sport or subsistence. The latter is salutary and noble, the former is a disgrace.
Republicans do not have a monopoly on constitutional purity, but they don’t have a monopoly on podium-thumping, fire breathers either.
A regime that seeks “equality for all and special favors for none” may leave many challenges, but America is up to them.
Electing a president who limits himself according to the Constitution requires finding a more modest candidate.
Reject the premise that life is a race and that we are all racing against one another.
Presidents are probably subjected to more tediously delivered information than anyone in the country, so it’s no surprise that many of them were doodlers.
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