You Can’t ‘Just Build Your Own Twitter’

To build an alternate social media website with a dissenting moderation policy, you must first invent the universe. Good luck.
Robert Mariani January 16, 2021

Blogs

Rod Dreher

Reality Vs. Pseudo-Realities

Living in truth means rejecting structures of lies on both Left and Right
Rod Dreher January 17, 2021

State of the Union

U.S. Cuts Troops in Afghanistan to 2,500, Lowest Since 2001

'The U.S. is closer than ever to ending nearly two decades of war and welcoming in an Afghan-owned, Afghan-led peace process,' said Miller
Barbara Boland January 15, 2021

Prufrock: Books, Arts, & Ideas

The Problem with Technosolutionism

Technology is an amazing tool, but there are some problems it can’t solve
Micah Mattix January 15, 2021

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Inside the Grim Impeachment Encore

The country is on high alert as Trump is lashed once again by the House.
Curt Mills January 15, 2021

The Brutal Taiwan Dilemma Trump Will Leave for Biden

The incoming president will face a choice: rescind closer ties with Taipei or exacerbate tensions with China.
Ted Galen Carpenter January 15, 2021

The Bootlegger and Baptist Coalition to Restrict Urban Growth

Moralistic preservationists and environmentalists join hands with financially self-interested property owners.
Nolan Gray January 15, 2021

Collective Guilt and the New Witch Hunt

Hatred is at an all-time high in Washington. Will Congress step in to become the arbiters of truth?
James Bovard January 15, 2021

11 Populist Proposals for the Post-Trump GOP

The president's reign might have devolved into nihilism, but there are ideas waiting for those who would pick them up.
George Liebmann January 14, 2021

Time to Rebalance the U.S.-Europe Relationship

Joe Biden should do what Donald Trump only talked about doing.
Doug Bandow January 14, 2021

Stop Biden’s Neocon Nominee to the State Department

Victoria Nuland helped fuel a coup and violent war in Ukraine, yet the president-elect thinks she's a perfect fit.
James Carden January 14, 2021

The Death and Rebirth of Radical Chic

Once the left loathed the establishment and lived vicariously through the mob. Now our politics has inverted.
Matt Purple January 14, 2021

Fight Big-Tech Censorship with Low-Tech Retail Politics

Thoughts that are increasingly unthinkable online may yet find success via handbilling, door-knocking, and person-to-person conversations.

With Washington in Chaos, Let’s Steer Clear of War With Iran

The Trump administration is escalating tensions on its way out and few things could be more foolish.
Bonnie Kristian January 13, 2021

Pentagon Chief Waited Hours to Send Capitol Aid: Why?

Repeated requests for Guard assistance were denied and delayed, even though hundreds of National Guard were on standby outside D.C.
Barbara Boland January 13, 2021

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