While the UAW has a history of successful strikes against General Motors, the circumstances today are much different then they were in the 20th century.
Impeachment is painful, but it safeguards our republic.
In a throwback to the 60s or 70s, Washington D.C. was shut down for a few hours as protestors blocked city streets and interrupted the morning commute.
Half a million Americans are without homes, and 47 percent are in one state: California. Why?
Why do we presume voting requires no testable competence?
Kamala Harris: '100 days to get their act together...if they fail to do it, then I will take executive action.'
Hong Kong: A reminder to Marxists that man is not only material.
Our moral outrage about Dave Chappelle speaks volumes.
The emotional, physical, and intellectual damage wrought by the climate change movement now is coming into clear view. It’s an outcome that should enrage every parent.
If Republicans only drink Dunkin, and Democrats shop at Target, do our separate habits mean separate worlds?
The politicians pushing Medicare for All know how much it will cost, but some of them are just more honest than others about how they'll pay for it.
The numbers are surprising, but they don't lie.
Feminist academic Camille Paglia is notorious for marching to her own beat. Her recent interview in the academic journal Interfaces Brazil/Canada is no exception.
Progressives are adamant we need to eliminate all carbon emissions and go green, but they don't want to use the best tool to accomplish that goal.
The cultural climate out there is weird. Just about every American adult feels it, although we try to go about life as normal, pushing our unease aside.
States keep signing up to give away their electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote. When did our leaders stop having any knowledge of the Constitution?
Our Constitution guarantees citizens the right to trial by jury.
Marianne Williamson was shocked to find out how mean her fellow Democrats can be. It's time we purged political meanness from both sides of the aisle.
The President's twitter handle has long been a calling card of his political persona. Could it be his downfall as well?
Progressivism has the hallmarks of several historical political movements, and we must examine it in the context of those movements' effects.
Feminists who happen to disagree with some of the transgender movement's goals are being ostracized by the left.
When will we stop the exploitation of minors to score cheap political points with people who are typically shielded from criticism?
Polar bears are back in unprecedented numbers. Why isn't the media talking about this success story?
Will the craziness ever end?
What exactly are American interests? What unifies our foreign policy?
The government's intervention could have killed the light bulb, what will be the next thing it seeks to control?
Are we willing to sacrifice “wokeness” or virtue signaling in order to cut through the haze and tread the path of common sense?
Many Americans are now without a sense of community even in their own home town. We need to refocus on local matters and civic engagement.