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Public Toilets and Private Burdens

Steve Chapman If there is anything more rewarding than making a personal sacrifice for a good cause, it’s getting other people to do it for you. That’s the thinking behind a lot of legislation at all levels of government that imposes costly mandates on private parties. The impulse explains an ordinance proposed by a Chicago

This Is War

Derek Hunter, Republicans never have been particularly good at the culture war. Sure, they won battles here and there. But even most of those victories turned into losses through court decisions anyway. Now we’re in the midst of the ultimate battle in the culture war – the battle for the First Amendment – and if

I Am a Victim of Your Hateful Hate Crimes, You Hate-Criminals

Kurt Schlichter, As a person of absolutely no color who embodies an intersectional reality that includes my utter lack of genderfluidity and my unemployment-questioning, differently-veteraned, and non-pagan experiences, I am totally oppressed by progressivism’s hegemonic power structure. I am also the victim of a systemic system of hostile paradigms that denies my truth regarding my

Assange lashes out against CIA after Pompeo rips WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange accused the CIA of trying to “subvert” his First Amendment rights after agency Director Mike Pompeo called the group a “non-state hostile intelligence service” that is often abetted by “state actors like Russia.” “History shows the danger of allowing the CIA or any intelligence agency, whose very modus operandi includes misdirection

Truman State University: Robert Spencer Set to Speak, Left-Fascists Call for Violence

Robert Spencer, It’s what they do. Whoever said that fascism would come to America in the guise of anti-fascism got it right. The College Republicans chapter at Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri invited me to speak Thursday. Last week, this invitation came to the attention of a young Kirksville resident who called herself Bella