Conservatives may not be perfect but they generally try to play by the rules. Paul Rosenberg has a fascinating essay on how conservatives are neutralized and why they shouldn't wait for permission to do the right thing.
A lot of politicians seem eager to use the atrocity in Buffalo, NY to justify greater wholesale controls over the public. Thomas L. Knapp says suppressing insane ideas doesn't stop insane conduct.
Gun control advocates are working feverishly to take advantage of the fear, shock and anger that follows any highly publicized shooting. David Gillette and Lauren Frazier explain why gun control misses the mark and creates injustice.
Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of the current downward spiral of American society is the growing divide among the citizenry. Blaine L. Pardoe spells out what happens when you label half of the country racist.
For all the posturing from the president on down, no data supports the "threat of white supremacy" that's being blasted at us nonstop. Julie Kelly breaks down the current political exploitation.
There's something incredibly liberating about not needing the approval of others. Jonathan Barnes makes the case for being a weirdo and spells out why eccentrics rule.
When it comes to Orwellian manipulation of our language, the New York Times has once again raised the bar. Tyler Durden documents the NYT's latest twisting of reality regarding the Ukraine conflict.
The more activists insist that LGBTQ indoctrination isn't taking place in our government schools, the more they also pushback against efforts to erect clear boundaries. Andrew Doyle has a great take on how to stop children from being indoctrinated.