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.
Instead of shifting the 25th Amendment’s constitutional duty to unelected political appointees, Congress should keep it with the Cabinet, where it belongs.
“There would be no room for any act of dissent or good-faith debate on whether a particular instance of speech or action indeed amounts to racism,” the letter reads.
When the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs published a list of demands for “anti-racist” policies, one student coalition dissented.
If we continue the rhetoric that cancels heroic people for their inevitable imperfections, we can’t neglect to evaluate those whom the left elevates as historical heroes.
Columnist and author George Will goes beyond what conservatism means in politics, but how it effects the way we interpret societies moral and natural laws.
Professor Kevin Portteus explains how the progressives in Congress during the ‘Progressive Era’ significantly reformed the wielding of power in the House of Representatives.
We must create visionary programs of our own, and they must center around slashing the bloated administrative and regulatory state bankrupting our country.
Progressives rejected the natural law and natural rights arguments of the Declaration of Independence, and believed they were outdated for the needs of modern society.
Progressives like Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt expanded the role of government to a degree that shrunk the rights of American citizens.
Progressives and social justice warriors today are in the business of moralizing, which isn’t the same thing as being moral.
Progressive thinkers rejected many of the ideas upon which the U.S. Constitution was based. They declared the Founding Fathers irrelevant and natural law dead.
On the centennial of America’s entry into World War I, the reasons we went to war hold an eerie resemblance to issues facing our country today.
There are a number of eerie parallels between the health of Hillary Clinton and that of another progressive political figure, President Woodrow Wilson.
Ronald J. Pestritto, dean of the graduate school of statesmanship at Hillsdale College, joined The Federalist Radio Hour to discuss Read Full Article >
Government isn’t meant to be active and efficient. It’s meant to secure our rights.
There are many insane things happening on college campuses these days, but shaming Woodrow Wilson is not one of them.
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