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LawMedia and CulturePolitics
New York Times columnist David French likes to think of himself as an honest broker. In reality, his "Never Trump" mentality leads him to overlook government lawbreaking.
DemocracyEconomic PolicyPoliticsPhilosophy and Methodology
Like so many others in the "national greatness" movement, Christopher Buskirk understands some of the problems the country faces but fails to grasp the solutions.
LawProperty RightsU.S. History
Like so many other Indian tribes, the Cherokees found out the US government has a penchant for not abiding by its own treaties.
AntipoliticsDemocracyMedia and CulturePoliticsThe Police State
Tucker Carlson has rankled the ruling elites for many years. But was his interview with Robert Kennedy Jr. a bridge too far?
Central BanksThe FedPolitics
The elite playbook: blame the people so they fight each other.
Booms and BustsEconomic PolicyThe Fed
The most popular measure of economic growth is GDP. However, GDP movement is driven by changes in the money supply, not real economic factors.
Bureaucracy and RegulationLawProgressivismThe Police State
President Biden's executive order to promote transgenderism on college campuses eviscerates long-held due process protections for accused students. This will not end well.
Bureaucracy and RegulationDemocracyProgressivismThe Police State
Federal laws with acronyms are usually bad news. (Think the USA PATRIOT Act.) The RESTRICT Act is yet another Orwellian proposal in which the federal government assumes ignorance is strength.