Is it too much to suggest that passage of the Flag Protection Amendment would help make America great again?
Honoring its new agreement with the U.S. to adopt new measures to curb illegal immigration, Mexico recently arrested 791 illegal immigrants at its border.
If the United States is such a bastion of oppression and misery, then why are so many immigrants, legal and illegal, trying to come here?
Even if most of us are still using plastic drinking straws and driving gas-guzzlers, the words of the prophet from Stockholm have not fallen on dry ground.
Breaking up the monopolies on speech might save us—particularly anyone right-of-center—from encroaching online deplatforming, and preserve our ability to hear ideas outside echo chambers of bullied consensus.
Economists expect this legislation to reduce the construction of rental housing in coming years, making housing shortages worse.
Ironically, Donald Trump, the capitalist, and Che Guevara, the communist, share the same birthday.
Now, those of us in the zoomer (Gen Z) and millennial generations are not only footing the bill for Social Security and Medicare, we are also subsidizing boomer retirement hobbies with our tuition and tax dollars. What gives?
Did women win some long-sought freedom from oppression in the male-dominated society of the ancien regime?
Socialist support in the United States is reinforced by politicians like Bernie Sanders who promise a great many “free” services, to be provided or guaranteed by the government. Does a working model of socialized healthcare even exist?
Moral of the story: If you’re a white guy named Hank, shut up.
Along with great economic performance has come a good bit of silly, one might even call it stupid, regulation and proposals for regulation. Here are my top seven for the United States, although I’m open to hearing about other, even stupider ones.
“Many trends develop over decades but I’ve never seen change so rapid as the breathtaking success of what one might call social justice concerns.”
Were you not elected to represent your constituents and to defend American interests?
Donald Trump is the first president to ever be elected while being actively disliked by the majority of Americans.
Lawmakers need to return school meal programs to their original purpose of assisting children in need – and not add more students to waste-prone programs.
Today, ridding the world of Western civilization as a phenomenon doesn’t seem like such a stretch.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg suggested Friday that the Supreme Court is deeply divided over its most-watched cases.
The rise of socialism is being driven by a shift in civic attitudes.
In the decades since the time of its publication, the context of Orwell’s magnum opus has been lost.
Has the Netherlands found the “Achilles heel” of Euthanasia? That’s the question quietly being asked in Dutch medical circles.
This week marks the centennial anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
According to Bernie Sanders, the core problems of the U.S. education system are racism and underfunding.
There is not a consensus among criminologists, sociologists, and historians that guns are the primary or driving factor behind US homicide rates.
The moon mission is an important anniversary in 2019, but we should also recall Ralph Abernathy’s preceding protest. He was telling our government to look homeward and put Americans first.
As Netflix attempts to strong-arm the state of Georgia, they may want to take time for some self-evaluation.
We are left with children who rely not on authoritative adults but on news from nowhere.
We may laugh at Ocasio-Cortez’s boundless hubris, but let’s learn from history.