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With the election dragging on, Americans are getting frustrated at the mismanagement of the election. Why then would we trust the USPS or government healthcare?
America's social fabric, already severely frayed in 2020, may end up being ripped in two by the battle to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat.
Trump recently instructed the government to stop training its employees in critical race theory. There's more to the move than just a political stunt.
Even as the world's largest and longest experiment in Marxism started to collapse for everyone to see, Marxist ideas were becoming mainstream in American universities.
The economic policies of our government during the COVID-19 pandemic have ignored a simple truth that Elon Musk recently reminded us of.
The backbone of the economy has suffered mounting injuries plus insults.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has admitted that national experts have failed to properly model the growth and spread of the coronavirus in America.
YouTube will soon begin actively censoring any content which contradicts COVID-19 guidelines from the UN's World Health Organization.
Sweden's trust in its citizenry has been widely condemned by other nations, but perhaps we could all stand to have more confidence in our society of individuals.
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A philosophy of resentment only holds people back.
His project is about personal, not political, empowerment.
Parents, teachers, and school officials often do their utmost to squelch the development of passion. Children are redirected from their own interests to the pursuits that adults consider more important.
Last month’s torchlight parade in Charlottesville represented, among other things, the utter failure of modern public education and much of modern public discourse.
Berkeley has become a favorite battleground for budding political street warriors.
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