The President of the United States recklessly and dangerously unleashed F22 Raptors on three amateur balloons in as many days with no explanation. The Founders would’ve considered this an impeachable offense and a subordinate would likely face criminal charges under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The Biden Administration and the media have rapidly moved… Continue reading Provocative opinion: Balloon-gate is an impeachable offense
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Time Magazine: Maybe we should have another Civil War after all?
Progressive historian Jon Meacham takes to the cover of Time Magazine to helpfully explain how President Abraham Lincoln saved democracy by destroying it in the bloodiest conflict in United States history, and how these lessons apply to today’s political battles against the dreaded Ultra MAGA. The narrative is clear, but the truth couldn’t be more… Continue reading Time Magazine: Maybe we should have another Civil War after all?
No, crime is not a “construct” created to keep the black man down
Progressives are confused about crime. Their social justice philosophy views victims based on the facts of their birth, not the deeds that they’ve done. The saga of the Park Slope Panthers in Brooklyn, NY reveals that they’d rather have a homeless madman roaming the streets, terrorizing women and killing dogs, than protect the populace. Conservatives… Continue reading No, crime is not a “construct” created to keep the black man down
Biden fancies himself John Quincy Adams, thinks he can save America
The President delivered a primetime speech about the “continued battle for the soul of the nation,” but who is he to declare close to half the country his enemies? What moral quality and compass does this man have to define democracy itself, proclaim himself everyone else’s better, and demand we conform to his view of… Continue reading Biden fancies himself John Quincy Adams, thinks he can save America
The enduring importance of our Constitutional order becomes more apparent by the day
American democracy can be messy and confusing, but that’s only because it’s working as intended: Ensuring every decision of the government is subject to scrutiny, helping to keep each branch of government within the bounds of their authority, and that no single person ever is vested with unlimited authority or power. What other alternative is… Continue reading The enduring importance of our Constitutional order becomes more apparent by the day
Declare your independence from groupthink
This Fourth of July celebrate your freedoms by embracing your right to the contents of your own mind and conscience. The Founders themselves knew that passions and factions would always run high, but the alternative to a free society would be far worse. Their legacy is your right to say no to groupthink. The Fourth… Continue reading Declare your independence from groupthink
The bipartisan infrastructure push: This is the way things are supposed to work
From the Compromise of 1790 onward, the American system is built around establishing broad consensus for major issues, passing bipartisan legislation where both parties get something they want. The result is increased ownership of government programs and less acrimony. Isn’t that what everyone claims to want for America? Earlier this month, a bipartisan group of… Continue reading The bipartisan infrastructure push: This is the way things are supposed to work
Prince Harry and the First Amendment: It’s bonkers that an educated man his age knows nothing about it
Ironically, freedom of speech is a fundamental right designed to protect us from the tyranny of Prince Harry’s own ancestors. A tyranny that apparently still exists today. Consider the example of journalist James Callender from the Founder’s era, and Facebook blocking the dissenting views of a respected scientist and former Obama official from our own.… Continue reading Prince Harry and the First Amendment: It’s bonkers that an educated man his age knows nothing about it