Usually the use of the word “bankruptcy” is a negative. Not in this case. It can be a good thing. The news headlines these days should destroy forever the use of the cliché “it…
Military historian and premier political analyst Victor Davis Hanson asked a critically important question about the possibilities for success in a recent column: Can a divided America survive? Some conservatives would have liked to adjust the focus…
This is a nice summation of the amazing failure by conservatives to fight and win the information war. Their failure is almost comic. It is so simple. And yet, they (conservatives), prefer to make…
Victor Davis Hanson nails it in this article — it is a progressive labyrinth and there is a way out: In every single week of the Trump presidency, the investigators and attorneys of FBI…
In an exclusive interview with The College Fix, venerable conservative Harvard University Professor Harvey Mansfield laments he is ‘not very optimistic about the future of higher education.’
A very short video that sums it all up nicely: Obamacare has led to higher costs and fewer health insurance options for millions of Americans.
By Ryan T. Anderson: Increasingly, gender therapists and physicians argue that children as young as nine should be given puberty-blocking drugs if they experience gender dysphoria.
By Brian C. Joondeph: Trump’s approval rating is at 50 percent. Half the country is behind him, not part of the progressive jihad.
By Daniel John Sobieski: Have you no shame, Joy Ann Reid?
By Andrew Salzone: Understanding the author of America’s Declaration is easier said than done. He may have hated big government, but big government was born of the rationalism that he loved.
A video — Newt Gingrich and Sean Hannity hash out the recent news.
By Cliff Kincaid: Simply put, Mueller can’t be trusted to arrive at the truth. The anthrax letters case proves it.
By Victoria Taft: Alan Dershowitz has looked into the future of the special counsel probe of Russia’s influence in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and sees nothing but a haze of politics.
By Craig Lesner: The budget plan proposed by Republican General Assembly members would raise taxes by over $5 billion without enacting any significant spending reforms.