Instead of pushing for policies that incentivize unemployment, lawmakers should look to solutions that will foster employment opportunities.
Codifying into anti-discrimination law the concept that a man who says he is a woman must be treated according to his mental illness is not something we can live with as a society.
The new rioting over what appears to be an act of self-defense on the part of an Atlanta cop demonstrates that this movement was never about justice for George Floyd.
BLM uses your natural fear of social rejection to force conformity and compliance with its goals.
Democrats and the media demand that Republicans kneel and wash Pelosi’s feet. The GOP response? “How low and how much water to use?”
Call it reverse broken windows policing. Police are treated as criminals and criminals are exalted as oppressed and entitled to riot with no consequences for assaults and property damage.
Shutting schools for a virus that killed one-eighth the number of children who die from the flu every season will turn out to be one of the most devastating decisions ever made by government.
Shouldn’t a general, retired or otherwise, know that a president’s primary responsibility is the security of the citizens of our nation?
The orchestrated violence roiling an increasing number of American cities is cause for considerable concern.
The lockdown scam is over. Feel free to enter a church; just bring a match instead of a prayer book. Feel free to enter a store, just bring a mask; or a brick. After all, it’s the symbolism and what’s in your heart that counts. Science and law be damned.
Associating the violent destruction of a police station and wanton looting of businesses this past week with the Boston Tea Party is an abuse of history.
Clearly, this country is not big enough for competing views of morality that are so far apart.
What about the justice for the other 330 million Americans who didn’t participate in the murder of George Floyd? When will we get justice for all of the people rioters killed and maimed and property they destroyed over the weekend?
There’s only one outcome here: revival or bust.
The Left always said that America needs to be more like Europe and Japan in terms of health policy. Well, why are they suddenly so shy about playing follow the leader?
Over the past several decades a system of constructing legislation has taken over Washington DC that more resembles a business operation than a legislative body.
In the COVID-19 pandemic, our heroes are healthcare professionals, essential workers, and scientists. On Memorial Day, though, it’s also important to remember our troops — especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
We are now living in times when even hyperbole, parody, and absurdity don’t fully capture the illogical, illegal, and immoral actions taken by our government.
In April something was bugging me… a familiarity amid the COVID lock-down status & another time… I couldn’t quite put my finger on it until a dear friend reminded me.
There’s no way Republicans would agree to the new $3 trillion Pelosi bill, right?
The reason we need independent conservative writers like me to investigate what should be the most publicized data ever is because our overlords do not want us to discover what these results would reveal.
We’ve flushed trillions of dollars in a greater investment than World War II, and we have nothing to show for it but a destroyed economy.
Activists and policymakers on the left are trying again to grab Americans’ tax dollars to bail out state and local governments from their own poor budget choices, this time using the COVID-19 pandemic as an excuse.
Even those promoting lockdown policies will readily admit that this virus will not go away until we achieve herd immunity in some form.
Why is our approach to the virus the same for all people, when the virus itself is so overwhelmingly biased toward a defined group of people?