Ed Feulner, Conservatives, we have our work cut out for us this year. Mind you, 2017 definitely had its ups. Neil Gorsuch is on the Supreme Court. The war on terrorism moved in the right direction, with the prime minister of Iraq declaring victory over ISIS. The Trump administration pulled the U.S. out of the
JOE DAVID, If we are to guard against ignorance and remain free, as Jefferson cautioned, it is the responsibility of every American to be informed. President Ronald Reagan, National Library Week, 1981 Today’s students have been skillfully educated to demonstrate their ignorance with both ease and pride. If you have doubts, you should: Listen to them
The Alex Jones Show, The aging Democrat may not be fit for office. Alex Jones presents a video compilation that PROVES Nancy Pelosi has completely lost her mind.
Mark Tapson, Another communist fantasizes that ‘this time’ they’ll get it right. With a Republican in the White House threatening to – horrors! – make America great again, nostalgia for the Communist-utopia-that-could-have-been is running high among dejected leftists. Last Monday on May Day, otherwise known among Reds as International Workers’ Day, the New York Times
Jerry Newcombe, “Liberal censorship” is technically an oxymoron. But today liberal censorship is a common reality. Where once free speech reigned on college campuses and in other secular institutions (or at least it was so thought), today you have the totalitarianism of political correctness. Say the wrong thing, and you may be fired. Dissenting Justice
Arthur Schaper, Fresh off our First Amendment victory in Berkeley, California’s Trump supporters and conservatives around the country rallied to hear President Trump’s 100 Days Celebration Speech. You know what? He’s doing a great job. Of course, there are critics. One libertarian-leaning millennial friend of me complained about how Trump spends so much time gloating
Ed Klein, As a former editor at The New York Times (I ran The Times Magazine for 10 years, from 1977 to 1987), I am often asked by friends to explain why the paper has abandoned all pretense at impartiality in its news pages and become a tedious mouthpiece for the Democratic Party and the “resistance” movement
Paul Greenberg, I’m innocent, I keep telling myself, only I don’t believe it. For the flashbacks keep coming: the body sprawled on the concrete, the pool of blood spreading all around it, the searchlights and sirens. It’s all one indelible image after another, and, like a guilty conscience, none of them will be washed away,