I’ve never been to Denver. I don’t know anyone there. But after a half decade in the nation’s capital, the time is ripe to set out for a new life out west.
The core of Washington, D.C., must remain under the sole control of the federal government, lest the mob impose its will on a nation helpless to defend its center of power.
In Lincoln Park, Washington DC stands a statue called Emancipation Memorial, showing Abraham Lincoln and a freed slave. If activists on the left would have their way, the statue would no longer stand.
While self-proclaimed antifascists deface literal antifascists, monuments paying tribute to civil rights figures have now fallen victim to vandals.
Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said Sunday she had yet to “review” the unauthorized addition to her commissioned street mural declaring “Black Lives Matter.”
“This is a performative distraction from real policy changes,” said the DC chapter of Black Lives Matter said of the D.C. mayor’s street-wide mural.
Citing the collective sin of America to make excuses and provide justification for wanton destruction is deeply wrongheaded, but what the Mob demands.
“Public display” doesn’t sound as nefarious as “photo op.” “Partially violent” doesn’t sound as sympathetic as “peaceful.” And “irritant” doesn’t pack the powerful punch of “tear gas.”
America’s reawakening is an unfolding story, one our young country has never lived before. To work to understand it and to tell it, The Federalist is setting out across the United States.
Dr. Coburn existed in Washington, but walked through it as a man who lived apart from its values, a pilgrim in an unholy land.
Dysfunctional D.C. government is an institution itself — something we’re accustomed to. Like the congestion. Like cherry blossoms. Like a Kennedy in Congress.
This bar in northwest Washington D.C. has transformed into a relief center to feed laid-off service workers in the wake of the Wuhan virus.
Classical architecture offers the possibility of restoring beauty to gain respect for the work public buildings do in contributing to the common good.
A powerful movement is not grounded not on the self, but on others. Not on hatred of a president, but on love for womankind and compassion for the life they carry inside them.
Hundreds of pro-life demonstrators held up signs offering Trump their blessing into the movement which many were initially skeptical of Trump’s commitment.
This wasn’t a march for women — this was a march against Trump, marketed toward women.
Ginsburg, 86, has experienced a series of health difficulties in recent years, prompting anxiety on the left over the late Supreme Court justice’s health and capacity to do her job.
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