Politics | Politics

Why a Trump Arrest Imperils the American Idea - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

Peril awaits the America I love if the 45th president of the United States is arrested or even “just” arraigned. When a former American president is targeted by the politically despicable woke, we all face disaster. We have rules in...

Politics | Politics

Joe Biden: Guilty Of Foul Deeds › American Greatness

Last week, the other shoe dropped on the Biden crime family. James Comer, chairman of the committee investigating the most disturbing scandal in the history of the White House…

Politics | Donald Trump

Indicting Trump Will Usher In America’s Banana-Republic Stage

The move to indict a former president for the first time in our country’s history will make political prosecutions the new norm in America.

Politics | Politics

Nobody Wants Kamala Harris—But There She Is, Anyway › American Greatness

One of the more absurd shibboleths of modern-day feminism is the notion that women, somehow, are constitutionally better than men. More virtuous, kinder, and ethically superior, we are mothers…

Politics | Politics

When Banks—And Other Institutions—Try to Change the World › American Greatness

The primary concern of the people who ran the Silicon Valley Bank (SVB)—the bank that just went bust—was not banking. Nor was it making money for the bank's shareholders or safeguarding the funds of…

Miscellaneous | Opinion

What's the matter with Ron DeSantis’ Florida?

His recent moves are a transparently cynical ploy to win over Republican voters who enjoy nothing more than angering liberals.

Politics | Opinion

What the rioting left fails to see

The attempted criminalization of Israel and Jews will continue even if the judiciary’s power is limited.

News | News

How today's divisions in America are different from what we’ve seen before

After deciding to step away from the anchor desk, Judy Woodruff wanted to use this time to hone in on a topic she feels is the most urgent one facing our cou...

Politics | Opinion

The Huwara Riot Was No ‘Pogrom’

Anti-Palestinian violence comes from the margins of Israeli society. Anti-Jewish violence comes from the Palestinian mainstream.

Politics | Woke Insanity

Victor Davis Hanson: The Woke Wrecking Machine

Almost everything that has followed from the woke mass hysteria gripping the nation since 2020 has proved disastrous. Wokeism destroys meritocracy in favor of…

News | Iran

Israel Must Prepare to Save the World from a Nuclear Iran

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei speaks during a meeting via video conference with people from East Azarbaijan in Tehran, …

Sports | Cycling

Commentary: Are L.A. drivers suddenly more OK with endangering lives?

There's a difference between knowing pedestrian deaths are up in L.A., and actually facing down increasingly reckless drivers on roads and sidewalks.

Health & Fitness | Health

What scientists have learnt from COVID lockdowns

Restrictions on social contact stemmed disease spread, but weighing up the ultimate costs and benefits of lockdown measures is a challenge.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Conspiracy Theorists Are Coming for the 15-Minute City

A movement to promote neighborhoods with amenities within walking distance has enraged far-right activists, climate deniers, and extremists.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

Super Bowl Wokeism: Are You Sick of It, Too? - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

They had someone sing the “Black National Anthem” before the Super Bowl. Are you sick of it? #MeToo. Here’s how sick of it: I actually had the pre-game show on my TV just so that I could walk out of...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Opinion: Why California needs a wealth tax similar to what’s being floated at the federal level - The San Diego Union-Tribune

With a national standstill, all the real action moves to the states.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

What's Up With That: Building Bigger Roads Actually Makes Traffic Worse

The concept is called induced demand, which is economist-speak for when increasing the supply of something (like roads) makes people want that thing even more. Though some traffic engineers made note of this phenomenon at least as early as the 1960s, it i

News | News

Steve Kramer – Israel, a Democracy

Steve Kramer – Israel, a Democracy There’s way too much hysteria from the left wing over proposed legislation in Israel’s parliament, the Knesset. Where do world leaders like Secretary of State Antony Blinken and French President Emmanuel Macron

Miscellaneous | Opinion

“Reality Is Submerged in Fantasy”: The Villages Is a Boomer’s Utopia—And Demographic Time Bomb

Florida’s Trump-loving retirement community was meticulously created “to make boomers in particular feel comfortable and happy,” as Philip Bump writes in his forthcoming book, ‘Aftermath.’ But behind its idyllic façade lurks a crisis that the V

News | News

Trans women tells her side of the story in Santee

The woman at the center of a national conservative media firestorm stemming from a shower she took at the YMCA addresses the Santee city council.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Opinion: Confidence in the military erodes as culture wars rage

After a sharp decline in military confidence, we must realize using the military for political feuds is not in the country's best interest.

Miscellaneous | Education

Like DeSantis, All Republicans Should Stop College Board Classes

On Sunday, Kamala Harris claimed preventing teachers from teaching kids to judge each other by skin color is 'ban[ning] American history.'

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Malled to Death: Killing towns with consumerism | Bohemian | Sonoma & Napa Counties

By Craig J. Corsini One can describe them any way one likes. The most polite may be “artificial topography,” but I prefer “armpits of retail,” “land tumors,” “commercial biowaste” or “bacterial infections upon the landscape.” I am spea

Politics | POLITICS

Is a Biden-Netanyahu brawl inevitable?

Both men want to keep disputes between them private. But sympathy for the anti-Bibi resistance and differences over Iran could change that.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

What Would MLK Think About the Last Two Weeks? - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

As America celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday today, one wonders what he would have thought about several big events that took place over the last two weeks. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) both were...

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: The Manic Methods of Mad Democrats

For all Joe Biden’s talk about “semi-fascist” and “un-American,” “ultra-MAGA” Republicans, it is the Democratic Party that has far more radically changed.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Would You Fall for It? [ST08]

Watch this video ad-free and sponsor-free on Nebula: https://nebula.tv/videos/notjustbikes-would-you-fall-for-it-st08In the 1950s, the US automobile industry...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Yes, Homelessness Is a Housing Problem

It’s time to acknowledge that our lack of housing created something like a natural disaster and as we begin the years-long effort to catch up, the crisis should be treated just like the catastrophe it is.  

Miscellaneous | Opinion

The Housing Crisis is the Everything Crisis

Dude, where's my affordable housing?CHAPTERS: 0:00 Introduction2:28 The Problem5:06 Solving Poverty7:34 Solving Homelessness8:27 Helping the Environment11:06...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Q&A: How San Diego can become a more walkable city

City planner and author Jeff Speck shares insights into how cities can move away from a car-dominant culture.

Politics | Joe Biden/Biden Administration

Biden is turning Jan. 6 into a national anti-Republican holiday

On Friday, Biden will hold a White House ceremony to commemorate the second anniversary of the Jan. 6 Capitol Clash.

Politics | Politics

Lies for Me But Not for Thee › American Greatness

“Do as I say, not as I do.” That obnoxious diktat uttered by obtuse authority figures everywhere is working overtime in the case of George Santos, the Republican Representative-elect from New York.

News | News

Why Southwest is melting down | CNN Business

A punishing winter storm that dumped multiple feet of snow across much of America led to widespread flight cancellations over the Christmas holiday. By Monday, air travel was more or less back to normal -- unless you booked your holiday travel with Southw

Politics | Politics

After 10 Months Of War In Ukraine, Where Do We Go From Here?

Biden's governance by autopilot and the foreign policy establishment’s unimaginative Eurocentric groupthink have combined for maximum danger.

News | News

Shifting gears: why US cities are falling out of love with the parking lot

Cities are loosening rules on building parking spots with new buildings: ‘It’s about the climate, it’s about walkability’

Politics | Politics

Maybe It’s Time for Republican Voters to Fire Mitch McConnell - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

I get it. You’re busy. It’s the week before Christmas, and you have lots to do. You shouldn’t have to worry about politics this week. And if you’re a Republican voter, you should be able to take some solace in...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

An Epidemic of Loneliness and the Dark World of Far-Right Conspiracy Theorists

What I found in the deepest reaches of the Internet and the lost art—and political potency—of true human connection.

Politics | Politics

GOP Can't Be Successful Until Mitch McConnell Is Gone

Comments Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell made on Tuesday show why he has become the single biggest obstacle to GOP success.

Politics | Opinion

The Palestinian issue is about supremacy, not justice

Privilege and supremacy are usually associated with white Europeans and Americans and not the seemingly poor and oppressed Palestinians.

Politics | Politics

Two Antithetical Billionaires › American Greatness

Before the midterm November elections, Sam Bankman-Fried was a left-wing billionaire heartthrob. He properly grew up on the Stanford campus, where his parents were well-known left-wing activist law…

Politics | Politics

Michelle Obama: Censor-in-Chief - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

The thought occurs: Who died and left former first lady Michelle Obama in charge of who is and who is not allowed on Twitter? Here’s the recent headline from Fox News: Twitter Files reveal Trump ban came after Michelle Obama,...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Brittney Griner is free from Russia. Why are some people booing?

Salt Lake City is notoriously vicious toward Black athletes, but these jeers were something else.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Opinion | Why these MAGA faithful refuse to celebrate Brittney Griner's release

Conservatives are obsessed with a patriotism litmus test rigged against Black Americans.

News | National News

Censorship by surrogate: Why Musk’s document dump could be a game changer

As many of us have long suspected, there were back channels between Twitter and the Biden 2020 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

Politics | Politics

Kevin McCarthy Gets It Right on Communist China Protests › American Greatness

Finally, it appears the “Zero COVID lockdown” protests roiling the People’s Republic of China have brought some among America’s political class to the long overdue realization the Chinese Communist…

Politics | Politics

On Trump, Kanye, Biscuit, Jews, and Dinners - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

I begin with certain definitions: 1. The Jew-hater formerly known as Kanye West now prefers to be called “Ye.” Therefore, for the duration of this article, I shall call him “Kanye.” 2. The White Supremacist, Holocaust-mocking Jew-hater who was anc

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: If You Really Wanted to Destroy the United States, Then . . .

First, you would surrender our prior energy independence. Reduce new gas and oil leases on federal lands to the lowest levels of any president in history.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

The Murder of the U.S. Middle Class Began 40 Years Ago This Week

Reagan’s firing of striking air traffic controllers was the first huge offensive in corporate America’s war on everyone else.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Opinion | Serious Question: Is Twitter Worth Saving?

This particular social media giant may be beyond saving, but the idea of a public-interest social network is something worth fighting for.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

Advice For Elon

Elon Musk's effort to turn Twitter into a free speech platform has encountered angry resistance from the Left. The EU has demanded that he expand censorship, liberals have insisted that 'hate speech' has proliferated since his takeover, and so on. As Scot

Miscellaneous | Environment/Climate Change

Goodbye Science, Hello Night - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

Do you remember back when you were in school and your math or science teacher gave a test in class in which you were asked to solve a problem or two and you were explicitly admonished to show your work?...

Miscellaneous | Education

How Tolerating Misbehavior Hurts Students | National Review

Students need order — not loosely managed pandemonium — to learn effectively. Without it, pandemic-era learning loss will continue to accelerate.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Colorado Rep. Boebert's shameless act after LGBTQ club shooting

Any Republican leader who has the nerve to offer up hollow “prayers” after the Colorado Springs shooting after helping to mainstream homophobia is shameless.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

The Strange Morality of the Bay-Area Billionaire Left › American Greatness

“Ya. Hehe. I had to be. It’s what reputations are made of, to some extent. I feel bad for those guys who get f—ed by it, by this dumb game we woke westerners play where we say all the right…

Politics | Politics

Nancy Pelosi Lacked the Most Basic Skill of Great Legislators - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

Nancy Pelosi announced Thursday that she plans to not run for her leadership position when the new Congress convenes. The House’s top Democrat for the last two decades leaves behind a legacy of division. The image of her ripping up...

Politics | Politics

Why Did Gen Z Turn Out To Vote Against Their Own Interests?

No one challenges the kids, so they grow up soft and slow, making them the perfect sheep to be manipulated en masse.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

U.S. Military Will CRUMBLE If It Doesn't Take THIS WAKE UP CALL! (Part 1)

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If Donald Trump Wants to 'Drain the Swamp,' Why is He Helping Kevin McCarthy Become Speaker?

A moment of reckoning may be comping between Donald Trump and his oft-repeated political mantra,

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Dave Chappelle monologue disappoints on 'Saturday Night Live'

Chappelle's monologue seemed filled with justification and minimization.

Politics | Politics

Republicans Actually Had an Excellent Night in New York

Lee Zeldin lost, but he helped his party win major victories around the state.

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: The Pathetic Democratic Pantheon

Over the last few months the four icons of the Democratic Party—Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and Nancy Pelosi—have hit the campaign trail. They’ve weighed in on everything from “right…

Politics | From CNN

On Election Eve, Dems Confront Nightmare Scenario

Democrats close their midterm election campaign Monday facing the nightmare scenario they always feared -- with Republicans staging a gleeful referendum on Joe Biden's struggling presidency and failure to tame inflation.

Politics | Politics

In Support of Herschel Walker and Redemption — And Conservative Change - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

Gennifer Flowers, Paula Corbin Jones, Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, Monica [go ahead and insert the surname]. I think I have them in the right order, more or less. Do these five names bring any person to mind? He denied. He...

Politics | Politics

‘Pandemic Amnesty’? Not a Chance - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

I keep telling myself that I’m past the point where I can be insulted by the wide open sanctimony and gaslighting of the other political side, and every time I think that I’m right those guys up the ante. Perhaps...

Health & Fitness | Coronavirus COVID19

Covid Vaccines Shouldn't Be 'Routine' for Kids

The CDC’s latest guidelines could wind up lowering vaccination rates for truly dangerous diseases, like polio and measles. Dr. Vinay Prasad writes.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

What Happened to Liz Truss Can’t Happen Here

The prime minister’s downfall shows that British democracy is still working. American dysfunction is far worse.

Family & Parenting | Family and Parenting

Why We Need The 'Protect Children's Innocence' Bill

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's bill gives us the chance to defend children from leftists pushing a radically sexualized agenda on minors.

Politics | Opinion

Israel walked into a Lebanese trap

  Give Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid credit for belatedly understanding just how dangerous the off-shore gas deal he thought

Health & Fitness | Health


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Miscellaneous | Opinion

Column: How the GOP counts on Democrats' goodwill to conceal its own cruelty

Republicans get away with flying migrants in a political stunt and voting against disaster aid, only because they know others will cover for the cruelty of their policies.

Politics | Blue State/City Life

The Morning Briefing: Once-Glorious California Is Now a Fascist Lunatic Asylum

Top O’ the Briefing
Happy Tuesday, dear Kruiser Morning Briefing friends. Darren rarely spoke of the unfortunate dung beetle incident that ended his occasionally drunken forays into entomology....

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Opinion | The Rise of the Right-Wing University

Despite its liberal reputation, academia is being flooded with right-wing money and ideologies.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Americans' Addiction to Parking Lots Is Bad for the Climate. California Wants to End It

“Like the Dutch have reclaimed land from the sea, we can reclaim land from parking”

News | News

Charles Abelsohn – Letter from Israel: Rosh Hashana 5783: The Happiness Report

Charles Abelsohn – Letter from Israel: Rosh Hashana 5783: The Happiness Report Rosh Hashana 5783 12 September 2022 Shalom from Israel, This past year has been, shall we say, tumultuous. Some highlights (lowlights?) included Russia invading Ukraine,

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Copstagram: Inside law enforcement's terrifying social media bubble

Thanks to poor oversight of social media networks, the police are living in a horrifying parallel reality.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Racists Are Worried About the Historical Accuracy of Mermaids

Apparently they can’t handle Halle Bailey singing “Part of Your World” in the new ‘Little Mermaid’ trailer

Politics | Gender Insanity

The Transgender Movement Isn’t Just Targeting Kids, It’s Targeting Families

The point isn’t just to break down the 'gender binary.' It’s to break down the family in order to reshape society.

Politics | Politics

Biden Lacks the Moral Authority to Define America

Biden’s September 1 address from Independence Hall rests on a false premise, that he has the moral authority to define America’s “soul.”  Biden lacks that authority.  His embrace of unlimited

News | News

Biden's speech walks a fine line in its attack on MAGA Republicans

In his Thursday evening address to the nation, President Biden chooses a risky strategy of criticizing elected GOP officials while trying not to alienate Republican voters.

Politics | Politics

Biden Says Trumpism Is Sick, But Leftism Is The Real Cancer

We are beyond the point of sugarcoating or minimizing the profoundly destructive effects of the left on American society.

Politics | Politics

Save Our Political System: Impeach and Convict Joe Biden | National Review

In this country, Congress makes the laws — and it must reassert this authority.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Death in Navy SEAL Training Exposes a Culture of Brutality, Cheating and Drugs

The elite force’s selection course is so punishing that few make it through, and many of those who do resort to illicit tactics.

Politics | Opinion

The Use of Human Shields Is a War Crime. America Must Hold Terrorists Accountable

A robust U.S. government response to the use of human shields by PIJ and other terrorist groups would concretely advance several American national security and foreign policy objectives.

Sports | Golf and Other Sports

Let Djokovic Play

Barring the tennis champion from the U.S. Open has nothing to do with science or public health.

Politics | Politics

Trump Is Not Wrong About Mitch McConnell - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

You might not have caught this earlier in the week, but President Trump unloaded on Mitch McConnell with a vengeance...

Politics | Opinion

Enough rounds of fighting in Gaza, it is time for victory

The IDF looks for every possible way to maintain peace even if the very heavy cost is the complete loss of deterrence.

Politics | Politics

Dr. Fauci's Legacy

Dr. Marty Makary on the public health risk of putting America's fate in the hands of one doctor.

Music | Music

Donald Trump: Too Punk for Rock and Roll

Recently, a minor-selling but extremely important rock and roll relic was unearthed. “Demo 83,” a 1983 recording by the German punk band Rosa Beton…

Politics | Op-Ed

It’s Inevitable: Trump Will Be Indicted › American Greatness

A few days after federal agents stormed Donald Trump’s castle in Palm Beach last week, Judge Beryl Howell berated a man from Georgia for his involvement in the…

Politics | Opinion

The 'forever war' against the West

  Just under a year ago, President Biden asked this question: “What interest do we have in Afghanistan at this

Politics | Politics

Nancy Pelosi’s Childlike Diplomacy Mirrors America’s Childlike Posture Toward China › American Greatness

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s sin was not in going to Taiwan per se. Rather, after announcing her destination, the California Democrat then sorta kinda hesitated in deer-in-the-headlights fashion under…

Politics | Op-Ed

How Do We Get Rid of the FBI?

President Harry Truman saw the FBI as the seed of a totalitarian cancer it would later become. “We want no Gestapo or Secret Police,” Truman wrote. “F.B.I.

Sports | Cycling

Why Dutch Bikes are Better (and why you should want one)

The Dutch-style bicycle, an upright bicycle designed for comfort - not sport - is commonplace in the Netherlands. But they're incredibly rare in many other c...

Politics | Politics

The Leader of the Opposition | National Review

Will conservatives look back on the last two years and longer and recognize that DeSantis was their leader even while Trump was still in office?

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: Why We Lost Trust in the Expert Class

For years, European policy makers had assured the world that the relatively rapid “transition” to “green” energy was the world’s preordained future—regardless of the costs. Accordingly…

Politics | Politics

The Point of No Return

This is an election year. But the issues this year are not about Democrats and Republicans. The big issue is whether this nation has degenerated to a point of no

Politics | Opinion

Whitlock: Beyoncé is a poor replacement for Aretha Franklin

Whitlock: Beyoncé is a poor replacement for Aretha Franklin

Miscellaneous | Opinion

The Toxic Masculinity of Tactical Survival Gear

In the wilderness, it isn't cheap, paracord-wrapped hatchets and trenching tools that we need to survive. It's each other.

Politics | Opinion

Why won’t the UK recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital?

The opening of talks on a UK-Israel free-trade agreement (FTA) is a welcome development for both countries. The negotiations, launched by Trade Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan in a meeting with Israeli ambassador Tzipi Hotovely on Wednesday, follow a bilat

Politics | Politics

The Modern Enslavement of The Black Community in America

As we draw close to the pivotal 2022 midterm election in November, many are discussing the electoral trend of the Hispanic community away from the Democrat, progressive socialist party. When

Politics | Politics

The Left Should Be Happy with Biden › American Greatness

The Left should be ecstatic that Joe Biden has given them everything they wanted. The Left likes inflation. It reduces the value of old money by printing lots of new money. Those richer who have it…

Politics | Politics

So Biden Has Covid

The White House announced today that Joe Biden has tested positive for covid. There is nothing surprising or particularly newsworthy about this, apart from the fact that, given his age and degree of frailty, Biden is in a relatively high risk group. Given

Politics | Politics

Hunter Biden Investigation Must Look at Joe | National Review

The major question is whether Hunter is a vehicle by which Joe Biden indirectly cashed in on his political influence.

Politics | Biden Administration/Congress

The strategic fallout of Biden’s failure in Israel

While his contradictory pandering was sufficient to render the president’s trip a bust, the unbridgeable gap between his words and his administration’s policies made it strategically catastrophic.

Politics | Opinion

Victor Davis Hanson: Biden and The Destruction of Wisdom

There used to be an agreed-on body of wisdom, which both Left and Right, Republicans and Democrats, generally accepted. Heated arguments and invective centered on implementations and methods of…

Politics | Politics

The Deranged Liberal World Order

"What you heard from the president today is a clear articulation of the stakes. This is about the future of the liberal world order and we have to stand firm."

Politics | Politics

The Wheels Come Off the Presidency | National Review

President Biden’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia resulted in a humiliating defeat.

Miscellaneous | Education

Why Education Is a Winning Issue for Conservatives - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

Last week, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed the nation’s most expansive school choice program in U.S. history. The legislation calls...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Voices: The left has a language problem – just look at the Anne Frank ‘white privilege’ debate

Here’s my advice: stop showing off! I’m sure you’re very clever, but you are in an ideological war with people whose entire political philosophy is built around simplicity

Politics | Politics

Moving Beyond Affirmative Action - The American Conservative

If we are committed to ending discrimination by race, we need to end discrimination by race.

Politics | Liberal Hyprocacy

Victor Davis Hanson: Our New Antoinettes

Marie Antoinette, the beheaded wife of the beheaded French Bourbon King Charles Louis XVI, did not really say “Let them cake.” But in the short time that the…

Politics | Politics

The Rise of Hispanic Religious Republicans - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

The New York Times is famous for its anthropological studies of conservatives — what wags have called “gorillas in the...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Baseball, barbecue and losing freedom this Fourth of July

Life in post-hypocrisy America creates a newfound understanding of what "home" really means.

Politics | Politics

Victor Davis Hanson: Who Are the Real Insurrectionists?

For 120 days in summer 2020, violent protesters destroyed some $2 billion in property and injured 1,500 police officers in riots that led to over 35 deaths.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

How Dobbs Helps Heal Roe’s Wounds to the Constitution - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

America started anticipating the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization as soon as Justice Samuel Alito’s draft...

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: The Cry-Baby Leftist Mind

Modern progressives assume moral and intellectual authority. Consequently, their supposedly superior ends naturally justify almost any means necessary to…

Politics | "Apartheid" State?

The truth behind the anti-Israel 'Apartheid' smear

The Apartheid smear was not created to bring peace. Nor is it about human rights. It was explicitly created to deny Israel the right to exist

Politics | Politics

Roe Was Never Law | National Review

A controversial subject that should never have been wrested from the people in the states has now been returned to them.

Miscellaneous | Religion/Christianity

The Ahistorical Secularism of Justice Sotomayor - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

Justice Sonia Sotomayor has emerged as the Supreme Court’s most outspoken secularist. She subscribes fervently to the left’s myths about...

Politics | Politics

Why the Left Will Cut Biden Loose › American Greatness

Republican pundits and conservative activists are debating whether they can win in 2024 with the successful Trump agenda, but without the controversial Donald Trump as their nominee.

Politics | Op-Ed

As a Former Liberal, I Can Assure You: Leftists Celebrate Abortion Because They Hate YOU

The real reason the lefty abortion goblins are misplacing their excreta lately is simple: they hate conservatives, and they believe every abortion is a swaggering middle finger to “evil, racist...

Politics | Politics

Heading Toward the Abyss

In this bracing essay, David Horowitz calls out the Left for what it is--criminal, racist, and sometimes fascist. David argues that conservatives need to understand the utter bad faith with which the Left conducts itself, and stand up bravely to defend ou

Politics | Politics

Victor Davis Hanson: The Subordinate Citizen

I recently led a group of about 100 citizens to tour Israel for nearly two weeks. Before returning to the United States, all participants had to indicate their…

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: The Sovietization of American Life

One day historians will look back at the period beginning with the COVID lockdowns of spring 2020 through the midterm elections of 2022 to understand how America for over two years lost its collective…

Politics | Politics

We’re So Close to a Win Against the Student Debt Crisis

With the 2022 midterm elections on the horizon, now is the best time for Biden to fulfill his campaign promise and cancel student debt.

News | News

How Religion, Education, Race And Media Consumption Shape Conspiracy Theory Beliefs

A new survey from the polling firm PRRI breaks down conspiracy theory acceptance by religious group, level of education, and sources of news and information, among other things.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Why Beto O'Rourke is right to talk politics today | CNN Politics

When Democrat Beto O'Rourke confronted Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott during a press conference Wednesday in the wake of a mass school shooting that left 19 children and two adults dead, he was shouted down for making the tragedy political.

News | News

Here’s a reminder of the GOP senators taking the most NRA money to turn a blind eye to dead children

By now you have probably heard or read about the tragic shooting in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday. At the time of this story no less than 15 people have been killed in an elementary school—at least 14 of them elementary school children. The Republican...

News | Antisemitism Watch

Antisemitism isn't a strong enough word

  Supporters of the BDS movement against Israel claim they are not antisemitic. I have concluded that they are correct

Health & Fitness | Covid vaccine

Vaccination Blues

It should be obvious to everyone by now that the covid vaccines have underperformed. After a few months, they provide only minimal protection. Healthy Skeptic has the Minnesota numbers, and every other state is no doubt the same if the data can be extract

Politics | Op-Ed

The Approaching Food Crisis Will Be a Catastrophe For Humanity

All modern famines are man-made, usually the result of war, disease, and stupidity. In 2022, all the elements necessary for a historic famine are present

Politics | Opinion

The one-two of Elon Musk and Project Veritas might end Twitter

It turns out that Elon Musk had a good reason to put the Twitter deal on hold: it's possible that Twitter management may have misrepresented the number of actual accounts it has versus fake/spam accounts.  And in another blow to the now...

Politics | Op-Ed

If Democrats Really Wanted Equality, They'd Treat Criminals Equally

Remember when you were a kid and your mom yelled at you for the slightest transgression you committed, but your felonious punk sibling got away with redrum?
Democrats have the same problem. They turn...

Politics | Politics

Victor Davis Hanson: The Cycles of Revolutions in Our Midst

We are witnessing a number of radical military, social, and political revolutions that are changing the United States—and the world—in fundamental ways that we…

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

MAGA Icons: Where Are They Now and Are They OK

The Void. We all feel it, to varying degrees. And we all try to fill it in different ways. In the first episode of Filling The Void, a collaboration between ...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

How a Plague Exposed the "Christian Nation" Myth

The evidence is in. The United States can finally abandon the pretense that it is a Christian nation. For most of us, this isn't news. Since its

Miscellaneous | Opinion

George Carlin SHREDS Republicans in resurfaced megaviral abortion rant: 'They're ANTI-WOMEN'

George Carlin nailed right wing hypocrisy on abortion more than 25 years ago. Francis Maxwell breaks it down.Video by Francis Maxwell.Donate to MeidasTouch: ...

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A Cop’s Eye View of the Federal Takeover of the Police

Local control of the police is vital to the preservation of American democracy. Police officers and sheriff’s deputies swear an oath not only to serve and…