Bill Maher is the latest liberal to start taking aim at the left instead of the right. Normally, this might be nothing more than an interesting squabble between two factions of the left and the far left, but the principles underlying the battleground are far too essential and the stakes far too high to simply… Continue reading Progressives versus liberals, the battle begins, and the fate of America might hang in the balance
Tag: bill of rights
Why is abortion the only right the left doesn’t want to restrict?
From free speech to gun control, the progressive left regularly advocates for restrictions and limitations on your rights, but don’t dare try to limit abortions in any way, shape, or form. The Texas bill is not what I would’ve passed myself, but the reaction is illustrative of how one right is elevated above all others… Continue reading Why is abortion the only right the left doesn’t want to restrict?
Unprovable accusations: Whatever happened to basic fairness and objectivity?
From Buckingham Palace to The Bachelor, claims of rampant institutional racism abound with no means to verify or resolve them and little ability to mount a defense. Imagine, for a moment, if we treated real crimes this way... Buckingham Palace is a hotbed of racism. The Bachelor and Bachelorette exploit rather than protect people of… Continue reading Unprovable accusations: Whatever happened to basic fairness and objectivity?
How are the coronavirus lockdowns working out almost 10 months in? Can we try freedom yet?
The data isn’t good for the lockdown proponents, if it seems like we’re stuck in a bad high school science experiment, that’s because we are, it’s time to stand up for freedom Another holiday, another opportunity to shame Americans. Christmas trees are still up in three quarters of the country, but CNN is already searching… Continue reading How are the coronavirus lockdowns working out almost 10 months in? Can we try freedom yet?
Does anything truly unite us anymore?
Political unity isn’t happening, but perhaps we can unify around a few key founding principles like the Founders themselves The epic political battles between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton began practically on day one of the George Washington Administration, planting the seeds of the two party system as Federalists and Anti-federalists spontaneously organized themselves into… Continue reading Does anything truly unite us anymore?
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito finally states the obvious
How long can the government restrict your basic rights even in the middle of a pandemic? I'm now going to say something that I hope will not be twisted or misunderstood. But I have spent more than 20 years in Washington, so I'm not overly optimistic. In any event, here goes. The pandemic has resulted… Continue reading Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito finally states the obvious