Politics

The Soviet and Nazi Inception: A Married Ideology

The Soviet and Nazi Inception: A Married Ideology

The manikin of socialism was identical for the Nazis and Soviets.

Major Media Stories Ignore Immigration Status of High-Profile Murderer

Major Media Stories Ignore Immigration Status of High-Profile Murderer

Amidst an intense national debate over illegal immigration and crime, major media outlets are reporting on a grisly, high-profile murder while failing to reveal that the killer is an unauthorized immigrant.

The Religious Left May Be Poised for a Comeback

The Religious Left May Be Poised for a Comeback

Don’t fall for the idea that only conservatives bring religion into politics. Progressives do it too. It’s unavoidable, and it may even be growing.

Most of America's Rural Areas are Doomed to Decline

Most of America's Rural Areas are Doomed to Decline

The facts are clear and unarguable. Most of the nation’s smaller urban and rural counties are not growing and will not grow.

Journalism is Full of Alarmist Clickbait

Journalism is Full of Alarmist Clickbait

Most of the media feed you a diet of sensationalism, not reality.

Trump is Surrendering on Immigration

Trump is Surrendering on Immigration

How do all-expenses paid trips from the border into the United States for illegals figure into making America great again?

The Children at Play in Congress

The Children at Play in Congress

How else other than as children can we view some of those seated in Congress at the present moment?

8th Place: A High School Girl’s Life After Transgender Students Join Her Sport
This Man Grew Up in Venezuela. Here’s His Message to Americans Who Want Socialism.

This Man Grew Up in Venezuela. Here’s His Message to Americans Who Want Socialism.

For Ricardo Pita, socialism is not just theoretical. He has a message for those who haven't experienced it and think it will improve their country.

You Can Work for the Bernie 2020 Campaign, but Don't Expect Health Insurance

You Can Work for the Bernie 2020 Campaign, but Don't Expect Health Insurance

The Sanders campaign is currently advertising nearly two dozen job positions on the campaign website.

And the First Country to Ban Fake News Is...

And the First Country to Ban Fake News Is...

For months, French President Emmanuel Macron has asked European leaders to crack down on fake news. At last, someone has taken his advice.

What President Trump Has in Common With President Polk

What President Trump Has in Common With President Polk

If James K. Polk can be credited with adding a huge swath of territory to the American empire, might Donald Trump one day be credited with preserving that long ago victory by reversing the gradual makeover of the southwestern United States?

Doctors of Transgender Kids Aren’t Ignoring the Evidence

Doctors of Transgender Kids Aren’t Ignoring the Evidence

There seems to be a wide gap between clinical practice and the research on which it should be based.

Rumor and Bias, Inaccuracy and Ignorance: The Low State of Journalism

Rumor and Bias, Inaccuracy and Ignorance: The Low State of Journalism

Americans have lost faith in today’s mainstream news media.

No One Is Coming to Rescue You—Especially Not a Presidential Candidate

No One Is Coming to Rescue You—Especially Not a Presidential Candidate

A politician cannot save us, not in the policy realm or our personal lives.

The Eco-Gospel According to Saint Greta

The Eco-Gospel According to Saint Greta

Greta and other Western children are given to understand that human beings — they themselves — are the problem.       

The Truth About Georgetown's Vote for Slavery Reparations

The Truth About Georgetown's Vote for Slavery Reparations

It's being used to drive a narrative the media wants to hear.

I’m a College Student. Here’s Why I Oppose Socialism.

I’m a College Student. Here’s Why I Oppose Socialism.

Do young Americans really know what it means to live under socialism?

Should the Boston Marathon Bomber Get to Vote?

Should the Boston Marathon Bomber Get to Vote?

During a CNN town hall on Monday, a student asked Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris whether they would allow felons in prison to vote.

Arizona Case Shows the Difference Between Campus Free Speech and Harassment

Arizona Case Shows the Difference Between Campus Free Speech and Harassment

Three Arizona students may soon learn a valuable lesson: There’s a difference between exercising your free speech on campus and blocking someone else’s attempt to do the same.

How Artificial Intelligence Systems Could Threaten Democracy

How Artificial Intelligence Systems Could Threaten Democracy

The misuse of AI is not limited to autocratic states.

The Rights Glut

The Rights Glut

When someone talks about someone having "rights," what do they mean?

A Legal Immigrant's Lament

A Legal Immigrant's Lament

Medi-Cal wields a budget of $20.7 billion but does not quantify how much taxpayer money it spends on false-documented illegals. 

Red Flag Gun Laws Are a Page out of Dystopian Science Fiction Novels

Red Flag Gun Laws Are a Page out of Dystopian Science Fiction Novels

Americans should tread with care on the red flag issue.

Attorney General Says Mueller Found No Collusion, but 10 Instances of Possible Obstruction

Attorney General Says Mueller Found No Collusion, but 10 Instances of Possible Obstruction

The Attorney General repeated the phrase “no collusion” several times.

 Bernie's Example to America: Pull Yourself up by Your Bootstraps!

Bernie's Example to America: Pull Yourself up by Your Bootstraps!

This sounds suspiciously like the "bootstraps" argument which the left so often and so vehemently rejects. And it's pretty odd to hear it from Bernie Sanders.

Answers to 4 Big Questions About Sending Illegal Immigrants to Sanctuary Cities

Answers to 4 Big Questions About Sending Illegal Immigrants to Sanctuary Cities

Prominent Democrats say they oppose the idea, and even supporters say President Donald Trump could be trolling Democrats in a public relations move. 

Philadelphia’s Soda Tax Already Is Facing Threat of Repeal—From Democrats

Philadelphia’s Soda Tax Already Is Facing Threat of Repeal—From Democrats

Philadelphia’s soda tax raised $79 million in its first year, but critics say the levy is regressive and falls disproportionately on the city's minority populations.

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