Biden Pays Big Bucks for Pfizer’s Latest Flop

The Biden administration is paying $10.6 billion in taxpayer money for Pfizer's unoriginal and ineffective Covid-19 drug, Paxlovid.
David Gortler June 27, 2022


Rod Dreher

American Orbanism

Why are many US conservatives drawn to Orban's Hungary? The New Yorker went to Budapest, but learned nothing
Rod Dreher June 27, 2022

State of the Union

Roe Is Dead

After decades of state-sanctioned slaughter, the Supreme Court declared that the "Constitution does not confer a right to abortion."
John Hirschauer June 24, 2022


Being Human in the Shadows of The Machine

Kale sits down with Tara Ann Thieke to discuss The Machine, Spirits, Technology and the struggle to be human.


Roe Falls: The End of the Beginning

With the case for life finally re-opened, Americans opposed to the murder of innocents must fight for their cause more fervently than ever.
Declan Leary June 25, 2022

Why Is Homophobia on the Rise?

The good faith in which opponents of gay marriage responded to the Obergefell ruling has been thrown back in their faces.
Adam Ellwanger June 25, 2022

We Need Masculine Men

A brave, noble, strong, loyal, and elegant man is better company than a cowardly, ignoble, soft, disloyal, and self-conscious one.
Itxu Diaz June 25, 2022

Ukraine’s Refugees and the Breakup of the West

The balance of power in Europe is shifting as displaced Ukrainians flow westward and E.U. nations differ on how to receive them.
Anthony Tokarz June 24, 2022

It’s Okay to Like Electric Vehicles

The reflexive conservative opposition to automobile innovation ought to be reconsidered.
Michael Fumento June 24, 2022

Classical Raphael

Raphael was one of the grandest portraitists of all time, whose pictures illustrated the humanistic principles of Western civilization.
Joseph R. Phelan June 24, 2022

Rules for Right-Wing Radicals

F. Paul Valone's new book is a detailed and useful guide to parts of organizing that the right side of the aisle needs to be using more.
David Hines June 24, 2022

Hong Kong Purges Mention of Tiananmen Square

Liberal and free Hong Kong is dead. This sad end likely was always inevitable since communists will be communists.
Doug Bandow June 23, 2022

The Push for Permanent Vote-by-Mail

A progressive activist you've never heard of sits at the center of efforts to remake the American election system.
Hayden Ludwig June 23, 2022

How Not to Fight Inflation

The new New Democrats' 62-point plan is devoid of a single good idea for fixing the economy.
George Liebmann June 23, 2022

Restoring the Founders’ Vision of Religion

The Court’s ruling in Carson v. Makin is a solid step to tearing down the wall separating religion from public life.
Frank DeVito June 23, 2022

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