If post-9/11 was us at our best, the more interesting question and a reasonable one to ask is: what would they think of us now? Twenty years later.
Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows slammed the Biden administration for its embrace of critical race theory on Fox News.
Tim Scott poses a question that has emerged throughout Biden’s term despite the president’s promise of unity: “Why do we feel so divided and anxious?”
In advance of this week’s State of the Union address, Washington Post staffers peppered the public with reasons to blame former President Trump for Joe Biden’s failures.
President Joe Biden continues to masquerade as a moderate while endorsing the unprecedented demise of the Senate filibuster to ram through an extremist agenda.
Democrat politicians don’t want healing, love, or compassion. They want power. If long-lasting, their reign will ensure America is never united again.
How could a major corporation not see how propagandistic it comes off to suggest that when Republicans win a national election, that’s divisive, but when Democrats win one, that’s unifying?
If Biden really desires national unity, he must make it perfectly clear, before it is too late, that Congress should abandon Trump’s impeachment trial.
The new president’s wave of executive orders is already signaling that his administration will serve as a vehicle for the progressive revolution.
The New York Times published an article on Thursday amplifying the calls of people who think President Joe Biden’s plan for unity needs to include “healing [that] requires holding perpetrators accountable.”
Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech called the Democratic pleas for unity a dubious façade Thursday while correcting USA Today’s Susan Page on Amazon.
In Biden’s speech, St. Augustine’s deep warning about misdirected unity in love of the wrong thing becomes the spiritual equivalent of “c’mon, man.”
The 46th president’s address lacked American gusto, but no amount of presidential enthusiasm could have accomplished what Biden set out to do Wednesday: unify a deeply divided country.
Federalist Senior Editor Chris Bedford said on Fox News that President Biden might have talked a good unity game on Wednesday, but actions speak otherwise.
If Joe Biden wants to unite America, he’d do well to ponder the speeches of Jefferson and Lincoln. Then, his words must be vindicated by his actions.
Federalist Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway ripped into Democrats and the corporate media for their hypocrisy over the mob riot at the Capitol last Wednesday.
Unity would be great, but it most certainly isn’t possible if our solutions involve deep-seated malice toward our opponents.
President-elect Joe Biden implied GOP Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Josh Hawley of Missouri are Nazis for objecting to the Electoral College results.
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